Too Tense To Play? Serena Caught Prepping For Olympic Match After Dad’s Scary Health Crisis
Serena Williams wants to snag the gold — but may not even be ready for bronze after her father’s scary health crisis just weeks ago. Click through these six slides to find out if Williams is ready to compete!
Williams, 34, is scheduled to compete on Aug. 7 in the Rio Olympics, and her competitors from the Czech Republic may have the upperhand.
Williams’ training was set back after Wimbledon, as her father Richard suffered a debilitating stroke while she was playing in the tournament.
His wife confirmed to RadarOnline.com exclusively that he suffered memory problems as a result.
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Regardless, Williams and her sister Venus saw victory, and maintained that they would compete again in Rio.
Now, Williams was spotted looking worrisome.
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