VIDEO: Serena Williams shows her mischievous side as she pulls a hilarious prank at the Citi Open

Serena Williams is back on the tennis circuit. After spending a year on the sidelines due to a hamstring injury, the American legend made her singles comeback at the Wimbledon Championships. Despite losing in the first round, Serena put up a great fight in her first singles match in a year.

She is currently training at full speed for the upcoming hard court tournaments. She was also spotted training with her sister Venus at the Citi Open. During her time in Washington, she took time off from tennis to show off her mischievous ways.


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Serena Williams admits being a little mischievous

The 40-year-old took to Instagram to share a hilarious prank she pulled. She shared a video that read “Parking for Serena Williams” on a sticker. She pasted it to the sign that said “Reserved Parking Mark One.” Serena captioned the hilarious post, “Only those closest to me know I’m a bit mischievous. Zoom in… and slide right.”


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Mark Ein also shared a picture with Serena on Twitter and said: “I always love showing tourists my city…” Serena has traveled to Washington with her older sister Venus. The latter celebrates her individual comeback at the tournament. She will take on Canada Rebekah Marino in the first lap later today.


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Paula Badosa picks her best player of all time

During a recent interview, the Spaniard was asked to pick the best player of all time. you promptly answered, “Serena Williams.” In fact, the American legend was one of the most decorated players in tennis history. In her illustrious career she has managed to win 23 Grand Slam singles titles.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 17: Serena Williams of the United States plays during her first round match against Belinda Bencic of Switzerland on day two of the Australian Open 2017 at Melbourne Park on January 17, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

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serena will return to action next week at the National Bank Open in Toronto. She will also compete in the Cincinnati Masters in preparation for her home grand slam, the US Open. At Flushing Meadows she will be fighting for her 24th Major title and a chance to equal Margaret Court’s record.

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