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Serena Williams is famous for her dominance on the tennis court, winning 39 Grand Slam titles, four Olympic gold medals and the most women's singles matches in Grand Slam history. Personally, she has kept a relatively low profile, letting her play do the talking. That changed in 2017 when Williams announced she and then-fiance Alexis Ohanian were expecting their first child, confirming that she was eight weeks pregnant when she won her 23rd Grand Slam singles title. The impending birth also set the stage for "Being Serena," a five-part documentary that provides unprecedented access to Williams during her pregnancy, new motherhood and marriage. The behind-the-scenes, first-person portrait delves into her landmark career, family life and her impact as a businesswoman and investor.

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Serena Williams discovers she is pregnant before capturing her 23rd Grand Slam singles title at the 2017 Australian Open; from there, her world takes a dramatic turn as she puts competitive tennis aside in the months leading up to the birth of her first child.
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Serena marries Alexis Ohanian in New Orleans; shortly afterward, Serena returns to the tennis court to play an exhibition match in Abu Dhabi and join the U.S. Fed Cup team in North Carolina.
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Serena gives birth to her daughter after an emergency cesarean section and reveals the life-threatening complications that followed her delivery; seven weeks later, she returns to the practice court and slowly begins her comeback.
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With the French Open approaching, Serena's training intensifies in Europe as she continues to navigate the challenge of balancing tennis with her new family.
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Serena plays in her first tournaments since giving birth to her daughter, continuing to adjust to life as a mother and tennis superstar.

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