Serena Williams Pregnant: Loses Wimbledon Over “Morning Sickness,” Says Source

Serena Williams Pregnant: Loses Wimbledon Over “Morning Sickness,” Says Source

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serena williams patrick mouratoglu pregnantSerena Williams is said to be pregnant.

According to German tabloid ‘Bild,’ the female athlete and her beau Patrick Mouratoglu are expecting their first child and reason for Serena’s loss at Wimbeldon this week was purely down to her “illness”.

Sources say that this illness is actually morning sickness which has been making the 32-year-old feel very weak during training. 

And what’s even more interesting is that mixing the hot weather with morning sickness can make any pregnant woman feel some kind of way. It’s quite worrying that Williams would enter Wimbledon knowing that she’s pregnant though, right?

‘Bild’ reports: “The Players’ Association WTA spoke of a “viral disease”. Serena said only: “I thought this morning, I could recover myself, because I really wanted to play.”

In London, the rumor mill is boiling over.”

“Serena, who together with her coach Patrick Mouratoglou is supposed to be pregnant. The Frenchman stated for the record that he had not seen Serena in two days. So he could not even say anything about the incident,” they concluded saying in the article.

Should it be true that Serena Wiliams is pregnant, this would be her first child to her lover who she has claimed has quickly become the love of her life. Patrick also happens to be Serena’s trainer so the two are literally inseparable.

It’s definitely time for Serena to pop out a couple of babies though. Her pals, Kelly Rowland and Kim Kardashian have made the move so it only makes sense for her to start thinking about starting a family of her own too.

A rep for the couple has yet to comment.

4 COMMENTS

  1. If pregnant, then it must be a mistake of sorts as it seems highly unlikely she’d be purposely trying to conceive while still the game’s premier player. Then again, she wouldn’t be the first elite athlete to become pregnant while not explicitly planning any kind of family. I wouldn’t put any stock into this vague report, but time will tell.

    • “Everyone is getting pregnant these days?” Yeah, that’s REAL insightful. Besides, by the time you wrote that it had become obvious that she ISN’T pregnant in case you don’t follow tennis closely. Seriously, you shouldn’t have bothered posting that publicly.

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