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Serena Williams’ Daughter Olympia Stunts Like Her Mommy While Recreating Iconic Catsuit

“Practice makes….,” Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian captioned the post.

“Awwwww mannnnnn I asked you to save this post until I was next to her side my side in my same outfit,” Williams wrote in the comments.  

While standing on a tennis court, the 3-year-old can be seen posing and making similar facial expressions and arm movements as Williams while holding a tennis racket. Her hair is pulled up into two high buns accessorized with matching hot pink fuzz balls. 

The 3-year-old’s one-legged unitard design is similar to the one the Williams previously wore at this year’s Australian Open as an homage to late Florence Griffith-Joyner, also known as Flo-Jo, as Blavity previously reported.

The track and field star was famous for sporting the one-legged unitards for her races. Williams even previously said the woman’s athleticism was a big influence on her professional career growing up, according to Harper’s Bazaar. 

“I was inspired by Flo-Jo, who was a wonderful track athlete, amazing athlete when I was growing up,” Williams said earlier this year. “Watching her fashion, just always changing, her outfits were always amazing.” 

Williams, who holds 23 Grand Slam titles under her belt, recently spoke out to show her support for tennis star Naomi Osaka who announced she was stepping out of this year’s French Open to focus on her mental health. Williams acknowledged Osaka’s struggles, saying she understood the pressure.   

J.D. Smith is a Tech Investor, Author, and Economist. He is the Founder of Visionary Creative International, a Tech-Based Consumer Solutions Company. He is also the Publisher for Black Media Daily, a 24/7 media outlet providing a voice for black content creators and a place to control their image throughout the Diaspora. J.D. is also the co-author of the book 100 Questions Black People Should Ask themselves, and a best-selling author of the book Made By Hustle. As a digital nomad, he promotes the importance of black travel and working from anywhere.

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