Is Serena Williams Dating Rapper Drake Now?

Is Serena Williams Dating Rapper Drake Now?

The 2015 Wimbledon Champion, can’t seem to make up her mind about her love life. She was caught kissing the rapper Drake and dancing up a storm with Novak Djokovic even though she is rumored to be her coach’s girlfriend.

Serena’s boyfriend, Patrick Mouratoglou may have a problem. Serena seems to be juggling men and looking for options in her love life. Kpopstarz reported that Serena got tongues wagging when she was caught kissing the rapper, Drake in the clubhouse after her victory against Victoria Azarenka in the Wimbledon Quarter Final.

Serena later claimed that Drake was just like family. “We’ve been friends for, like, so many years,” Williams said. “Just like family.” But insiders say that they might be an item as they have seen Drake attend all her matches in Wimbledon to cheer her and support her. A reporter even asked Williams whether Drake might be a “lucky mascot.” To which, Williams rolled her eyes, and Drake laughed it off.

It is obvious that the 33 year old tennis champion has gained a lot of benifits from her relationship with Patrick Mouratoglou. She and her coach have worked hard to build her career and take it to great heights. She is clearly indebted to him for all the work he put in to place her at the top. It is therefore not surprising that they have finally decided to make their relationship known to public. But was it a hasty decision? Has she moved on and launched into a romance with Drake? And what of the third angle of Novak Djokovic? Is that just an innocent event? Are we reading too much into it? Her tennis fans will obviously be curious.

The world number 1 had kept her relationship with her coach under wraps for the longest time, denying every rumor and speculation. It wasn’t until the kicking off of the Australian Open 2015 that she became more public about her relationship with Patrick Mouratoglou.

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