Serena Williams' daughter, four, shows off incredible backhand - and wow

Another star is born!

Serena Williams' daughter, Olympia, is following in her famous mom's footsteps and she's unbelievable. 

The tennis champion posted a clip of the four-year-old practicing her backhand on Instagram. 

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In the video, Olympia takes a swing at the ball and connects with power. Wearing a tracksuit and sneakers, the little girl looked like a mini version of Serena. 

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The clip was also shared on Olympia's Instagram feed with the caption: "Practice makes progress." Serena's sister Venus couldn't wait to comment and wrote: "It's Oracene all over again," making reference to their mom, who was also their coach when they were younger. 

Fans rushed to share how impressed they were and added: "Lil champ in the making already working hard," and, "wow she's amazing".

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This is by far the first tennis lesson Serena has given her daughter. During the COVID-19 lockdown, she decided to introduce her to the sport. 

Fans were blown away by OIympia's tennis talent 

"She's a perfectionist on the court. I'm not quite sure where she got that from, but yeah, she loves it," she told Stephen Colbert. "I never thought I would let my daughter play tennis, but then during this pandemic, it was the only thing that we could do safely so I'm like, well, tennis it is."

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Surprisingly, Serena also admitted that a career in tennis wouldn't be her ideal job for her daughter. 

Olympia loves tennis!

"It's all consuming. It's stressful. It's a lot of work. It's a huge commitment, and it might be a little dab of pressure on her," she said.

"I wouldn't naturally put her in it, but if that was something that she wanted to do, I would absolutely be like, 'Oh my gosh, you should totally do that,'. And I'd be rooting for her and supporting her, but it wouldn't be the first thing that I would do."

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