Tennis Star Victoria Azarenka Scores Huge Win In Nasty Custody War With Baby Daddy

Tennis genius Victoria Azarenka is one bit nearer to continuing her expert vocation, in the wake of getting an immense win in her authority case that should clear the way for her to movement with her child once more.

Azarenka, who's a resident of Belarus went to war with her infant daddy Billy McKeague in 2017 after he recorded paternity papers in L.A., where Azarenka trains.

The recording brought about the judge disallowing either parent to remove the youngster from California until the point when an understanding was come to.

Here's the issue... Azarenka (the former #1 positioned player) contends everywhere throughout the world, however she declined to abandon her 1-year-old kid behind. Thus, she hauled out of the US Open, the Australian Open and the ASB Classic in Auckland.

Azarenka contended the case has a place in Belarus, where she was already granted essential care by a Belarusian court.

Presently, TMZ Sports has taken in the California judge has managed to support Azarenka, concurring the case doesn't have a place in CA or anyplace in the U.S.

Yet, she's not out of the forested areas yet on the grounds that McKeague has 3 weeks to advance the decision.

However Azarenka's camp is sure they will win that fight too, in light of the judge's emphatic 65-page assessment.

Azarenka will likely move back to Belarus with their child when she can, yet she needs McKeague to be in the child's life and plans to have a friendly co-child rearing association with him advancing.