Serena Williams returns to the tennis court

Remigio Civitarese
Dicembre 7, 2017

The Grand Slam-winning ace was pulled over by the police on Saturday for driving at a 138Km/h in a 104km/h zone.

The tennis star welcomed baby Alexis in September.

Serena Williams hit the court publicly for the first time since the birth of her daughter over the weekend, raising awareness for a cause near and dear to her and her family.

Williams, a longtime Palm Beach Gardens resident was fined $281, according to a copy of the ticket posted online.

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 came shortly after Williams and her husband enjoyed a nine-day, Booking.com-sponsored honeymoon on a private island in the Caribbean.

The two said "I do" a few weeks ago during a star-studded ceremony in New Orleans.

Their secluded property, which is situated on a 96-acre site close to one of the world's largest barrier reefs in Andros, featured 20-foot high ceilings and a 1,500 square foot beachfront terrace that looks out onto the Atlantic Ocean.

Alongside an Instagram video of the villa, which later pans to Serena on the balcony, she wrote: "A week in paradise".

Serena won the tournament previous year while she was secretly eight-weeks pregnant. But she didn't return for a tournament just yet.

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