Serena Williams ended her season by withdrawing from the rescheduled Roland Garros while she dealt with an achilles injury. With the 2020 season now in the books, Serena is recovering and enjoying quality time with those that matter most.
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Serena launches mother-daughter jewelry collection
Published Nov 19, 2020
The 23-time Grand Slam champion is spending the off-season with her daughter Olympia, and she recently launched an entirejewelry collection inspired by her three-year-old.
The "By My Side" collection ranges from diamond lock and key necklaces to matching mother and daughter earring studs, with each piece celebrating their love and special bond.
“Being a mom is super important, but also being a leader so my daughter can look at me and say, ‘This is what my mom did, I aspire to do that, and I want to be better... it’s really important to me to inspire the next generation because that’s what the future is," Serena told press.
The jewelry pieces designed by Serena range from $85 to $875 for matching necklace sets and more.
As busy as the 39-year-old is, she unfortunately can't always be close to her daughter, but the statement collection aims to provide a way to stay close when it's not possible.
"We keep going, I am so proud and inspired by the women who do it day in and day out. I’m proud to be this baby’s mama," Serena said.
This year, Serena won Auckland, which marked her first WTA title since winning the 2017 Australian Open and her first as a mother. She finished the season ranked No. 11.