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Serena Williams’ back at French Open! Watches sister Venus beat Kurumi Nara

Serena Williams was back on the Grand Slam scene Wednesday, just she was nibbling on a bit of natural product while sitting in a shaded some portion of the stands at the French Open, watching her more seasoned sister win in straight sets as opposed to playing a match herself. 

Around six months pregnant, and off the WTA visit for whatever is left of this season, Williams was cool about going to a noteworthy competition as an observer as opposed to a member. 

"It feels fine. I don't feel anything," she said Wednesday before leaving the Roland Garros grounds. "It's only a piece of my life." 

As everybody associated with the game recognizes, tennis occasions just are not the same without Williams in the draw. She produces consideration and wins more than her offer of trophies _ the Australian Open title in January, while she as of now was expecting, was her 23rd at a Slam. 

She beat her sister Venus in that last. Presently Venus is the main Williams who'll be in competition sections until 2018, when Serena pledges to return. 

"I'm certain she feels the fervor of being at a noteworthy and not having the weight to play and plan. Must be a fascinating feeling, no doubt," the tenth seeded Venus said subsequent to taking 11 of the last 12 recreations and beating Kurumi Nara of Japan 6-3, 6-1 to get to the third round. "In any case, she knows precisely what it resembles out there, and she's had a great deal of progress here." 

Serena has won the French Open three times, in 2002 (Venus was her rival in the last), 2013 and 2015. 

So what's it like for her to be an onlooker these days? 

"It resembles any competitor: When you watch another player, you can see everything that they're not doing and you need to get out there and do it without anyone's help. That is how it is," said the sisters' mom, Oracene Price. "She can hardly wait to return, however. Really, she's progressing in the direction of it now." 

Yes, Serena is not remaining inactive. 

Her mentor, Patrick Mouratoglou, said Serena as of late messaged him "and she stated: `It will sound odd, however I'm going on the court. I would prefer not to lose my touch.' That was her joke, looking at losing her touch. Be that as it may, she needs to stay in touch with the racket and the ball. There is probably she wants to return." 

Mouratoglou included that Serena as of now is looking at making it back so as to play the Australian Open next January. 

"For anybody, it sounds outlandish, on the grounds that it's too short a period after you conceive an offspring," said Mouratoglou, who noticed that he is wanting to proceed as her mentor at whatever point she is prepared to come back to rivalry. 

"Be that as it may, Serena will be Serena. There is no decide that you can apply to Serena. She has a body that is not anyone's body. She has a will that is additionally totally irregular. She is unique," he said. "I never observe any cutoff points for her and put any breaking points to her, since that would not be right. So in the event that she says Australian Open, it will be the Australian Open."

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