Serena Williams Dating Tennis Pro Grigor Dimitrov?

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  • Tennis star Serena Williams
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    Tennis star Serena Williams
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    Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov stretches to reach the ball during his match against France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing October 4, 2011.
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By Kris Coombs , Christian Post Contributor
February 2, 2012|10:14 am

Could Serena Williams be dating fellow tennis pro Grigor Dimitrov?

On Monday, Williams was spotted in Paris spending some quality time with the Bulgarian up and comer, who lives in the romantic French city.

A "spy" told the New York Post that Williams, 30, and Grigor, 20, grabbed lunch at the trendy L'Avenue restaurant, and then went for a walk through the Parisian streets, where Williams has an apartment.

The pair was also seen visiting the Eiffel Tower. "They were laughing and seemed to really enjoy each other's company. It looked like a first date."

In January, Serena, who split from her rapper boyfriend Common in 2010, admitted she hadn't been on a date in a long time. "I haven't been on a date in forever," Williams told Australian reporters.

Williams has since been linked to rapper Drake and, now, Grigor. The former No.1 women's tennis pro admitted she is very "picky," but is willing to change.

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"I can be super picky, never satisfied. It's a little crazy right now because there's so much going on that when I'm not playing tennis I don't sleep because I'm always doing something," Williams told reporters.

When reporters asked what William's was now looking for when choosing a suitor, she said, "Anywhere between 18 and 80, blond, purple or green."

Williams recently lost her bid for her sixth Australian Open title to Ekaterina Makarova, ranked No.56.

 "I served like a . . . I guess that's not appropriate," Williams told Fox, on her shocking 6-2, 6-3 loss. "I can't even describe how I served, to be honest. It wasn't good enough. My lefty serve is actually better than that. Maybe I should have started serving lefty."

"I look forward to our next match. I feel I can definitely play so much better. And that's good. Like if I felt I couldn't play better, that would be a problem," Williams, ranked No.12, added.

Williams was back in Boston Wednesday night for the Fed Cup matches against Belarus.

 

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