"First day as a soccer mom, but you know I decided not to do the minivan just do the Lincoln" - Serena Williams plays assistant coach at daughter's soccer practice

As mentioned by Serena Williams in her retirement note in Vogue's August edition, after hanging up her racquet from professional tennis, she has turned all of her focus to her daughter Olympia Ohanian.

The legendary player recently took to social media to narrate how she arrived at Olympia's first soccer practice, but out of nervousness, the five-year-old stuck to her mother.

As soon as Williams learned that the academy needed people to volunteer as assistant coaches, she jumped right in and later posted a video in which she can be seen sweating profusely.

"First day as a soccer mom, but you know I decided not to do the minivan just do the Lincoln," Williams wrote.

"True story: I showed up to Olympia’s first soccer practice. And she was so nervous, she would NOT leave my side. So they needed volunteers to be assistant coaches. So now, I am an assistant coach (when I can) and clearly, I was not prepared. I just went to chill and left looking like this. At least I have a @Lincoln to get us to soccer practice! Modern day soccer mom. Maybe I’ll call up @weareangelcity."

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