"If that happened, I would be totally dialed in" - Venus Williams on the prospect of having kids

Venus Williams is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the history of women's tennis and with the 42-year-old nearing the end of her illustrious tennis career, she has expressed her willingness to have children in the future.

In a video posted on her official YouTube channel on July 8, the former World No.1 discussed her family and the idea of parenthood.

Williams believes the pathway to becoming a mother involves a lot of sacrifices. The American admitted to presently enjoying life living by herself. However, the seven-time Grand Slam singles titlist said she would be totally "dialed in" when she makes the decision to have kids.

"There's so much sacrifice, it's gonna be hard," admitted Williams. "But I know that if that happened, I would totally be dialed in, completely dialed in. I've had so much fun living your life for yourself so I have ways to go still."

Venus' younger sister and 23-time Grand Slam champion, Serena Williams, was blessed with a baby girl, Olympia, on September 1st, 2017. Serena is happily married to the co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, since 2017. Venus plays the role of a doting aunt to Olympia, often sharing precious moments with her sister and niece.

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