Serena Williams’ former hitting partner drops a BOMBSHELL on Olympia following her mother and aunt Venus Williams

Bajin believes Olympia will have a name in tennis in the next 10 years.


Serena Williams’ former hitting partner drops a BOMBSHELL on Olympia following her mother and aunt Venus Williams

(L) Sascha Bajin, (R) Olympia (Credits:- Tennis.com/Harpar's Bazaar)

Renowned tennis coach Sascha Bajin recently made headlines for his comments on Olympia, the daughter of American tennis player Serena Williams. Bajin’s message has stirred excitement among tennis fans, as he believes that Olympia has a lot of potential for tennis. Engaging in a thread of tweets, Bajin discussed Olympia’s probable future in the tennis world.

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The discussion started when Bajin took to Twitter to thank Karolina Pliskova for hiring him as a coach for the past 3 years. Under his tutelage, Pliskova was able to reach the finals of 2021 Wimbledon. Bajin asked his followers at the end of his tweet for suggestions as to what he should do next. From the various replies he got, one was about him coaching Olympia in the next 10 years.

Olympia is Serenas blood, she gonna be ready in 5. 💪🏽😜😂😂 Yes I ran into Caroline at Wimbledon, she looked fit,” he responded.

Bajin is well-known for his work with some of the world’s best tennis players, and he has frequently been commended for his excellent eye for detecting talent and nurturing new players. His track record includes coaching stars such as Naomi Osaka, who won the 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open under him. He is also the former hitting partner of Serena Williams.

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Will Olympia walk in the footsteps of her mother?

Olympia and Serena Williams
Olympia and Serena Williams (Credit:-Cosmopolitan)

During an interview with People, Serena revealed that, while she had hoped her daughter Olympia would share her love of tennis, Olympia does not. “That’s a little disappointing for me, but she’s actually really good at it,” Serena smiled. The 23-time Grand Slam champion voiced her admiration for Olympia’s inherent skill, even though her desire to play the game was not as strong as she had hoped.

Serena, known for her tenacity both on and off the court, isn’t giving up on her desire to share her passion for tennis with her daughter. “We’re trying to figure out a way to get her to play a little bit,” Serena added, determined to find a more fun approach to introduce tennis to Olympia. She is thinking about scheduling group classes for some children in the hopes that the companionship and fun of learning with peers may pique her daughter’s interest in tennis.

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