"History in the making...." the tennis champion captioned the cute clip.
On Monday morning, the professional athlete shared an adorable video of Alexis, 19 months, running around the house while holding a tennis racket. "History in the making...." Serena captioned the cute clip.
In the video, the tiny tot is seen playing with a lime green tennis racket, which is almost as tall as she is. After throwing the racket down, Alexia ran into a storage closet and grabbed an identical racket and hit it against the dark hardwood. She then took another tennis racket from the closet and ran in the other direction, however, you can hear her slamming it in the background.
Comedian Chelsea Handler commented on the post and made the observation everyone was thinking: "This is ridiculous," she wrote. "Now, she's going to start kicking ass on the court before she can talk?"
As Alexis is the daughter of a 7-time Wimbledon champion, we wouldn't be surprised if the little girl starts showing athletic talents at a young age.
The cute toddler, who Serena shares with her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, was born back in September 2017. This isn't the first time we've seen baby Alexis Olympia taking a liking to tennis.
Back in July, an adorable photo of the cute infant was posted to her Instagram account (Yes, she has her own verified Instagram profile!). In the pic, Alexis showed off her two, tiny front teeth as she flashed a smile while wearing a baby-sized Wilson tennis racket bag on her shoulder. And on her pink dress? A button that read, "The All England Lawn Tennis Club."
Also back in July, when Serena was training for her first time playing at Wimbledon since giving birth, the tennis champion tweeted she was heartbroken because she had missed Alexis' first steps.
"She took her first steps," she tweeted, after advancing to the fourth round. "I was training and missed it. I cried."
Serena's tweet was immediately flooded with hundreds of replies from moms assuring the pro athlete that she would surely witness tons of other firsts of her baby girl.
ESPN reporter Allison Bender told Serena she, too, missed her daughter's first steps because she's in Russia covering the World Cup.
"I watched her first steps on a video," Allison wrote. "She'll be proud of you when she grows up."
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