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Serena Williams is not dating Drake, despite reports they were seen looking very close at dinner, multiple sources tell Page Six.
The pair was photographed “making out” at Sotto restaurant in Cincinnati on Sunday, according to TMZ, just hours after he watched her win at the Women’s Tennis Association tournament.
When Serena was hanging around with Dimitrov, he was still being coached by Patrick Mouratoglou, who is now Serena’s coach and by all indications, her boyfriend.
When Serena Williams began dating multi-millionaire Alexis Ohanian back in October, someone failed to inform his girlfriend. The founder of allegedly swerved on his 32-year-old girlfriend Sabriya Stukes for a chance with the tennis superstar.
What I say on the court, whether it is smashing my rackets or it is in the heat of the moment, I have no plans, no future of suing Wimbledon.
We are told Serena is working hard to keep her mind solely on tennis, and her team doesn’t want Drake being a distraction from her winning at Flushing Meadows. Serena has also been recently linked to her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, who has helped her to huge success, but the sources say they are also no longer romantically involved.That is not the pro athlete world though, and certainly not all of the tennis world, when statements that are termed “controversial” somehow get turned into eye-popping words that must apologized for.Some statements like Serena’s Williams ill-advised comments about the Steubenville rape case do immediate demand explanations, but did Serena really have to come out and apologize to Maria Sharapova for telling (at least partly) that a top-five player now allegedly in love “begins every interview with ‘I’m so happy. She’s still not going to be invited to the cool parties.He has been at her side at a lot of tournaments recently, including Wimbledon in July, where he sat in her box next to her sister Venus.“Serena is single at the moment and is focused on winning the US Open, and making history.” Serena, 33, the most dominant player in the history of women’s tennis enters next week’s US Open on a high note after winning her fifth title of the year and the 69th of her career.