Williams holds her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanion Jr., in a scene from "Being Serena."
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That's one example of the images and words that show vulnerability the world is not accustomed to seeing – or hearing – from the owner of 23 Grand Slam singles championships, someone whose on-court game is built, at least in part, on intimidating power.There is the footage, including in the delivery room when Williams gave birth to her daughter on Sept. 1 .The debut episode is titled "Fear".Those first two installments mainly focus on Williams' pregnancy, her difficult childbirth and her thoughts on motherhood.The second episode closes with Williams heading to the practice court, seven weeks after becoming a mom, ready to get her comeback to the tour started.
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