The Grand Slam-winning ace was pulled over by the police on Saturday for driving at a 138Km/h in a 104km/h zone. - Tennis star Serena Williams received a speeding ticket Saturday morning in West Palm Beach, Florida Highway Patrol records show.
Serena, who tied the knot with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian in November shortly after their daughter's September birth, posted a snap of her cradling her adorable girl.
As a result, Williams was cited for the unlawful speed, and ordered to pay a $281 fine.
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We're just glad little bb Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. wasn't in the vehicle as Serena was listed as the only occupant of the 2016 Mini Cooper.
The citation says Williams was driving a white Mini Cooper just after 7:15 a.m. on December 2 when the trooper, using a Stalker Dual police radar, clocked her speeding.
During their romantic getaway, Williams took to social media give fans a behind-the-scenes look into her holiday. Thanks @bookingcom for helping us find the ideal honeymoon villa.
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While Serena is clearly loving her time as a mum, she's not letting it stand in the way of her incredible tennis career.
Williams hasn't competed professionally since she won the singles title at the Australian Open earlier this year, but she is apparently set to return to action in the coming weeks.
"There is no question she will be ready in our view".
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