TENNIS

Serena Williams’ online post hints at pregnancy

Is Serena Williams pregnant? It appears so.

On Wednesday morning, the tennis superstar posted a side-shot selfie of herself on Snapchat with the caption ’20 weeks.’

The post was quickly deleted – yet captured before taken down.

Williams, 35, withdrew from ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events at Indian Wells and Miami last month citing a knee injury; she won the Australian Open by beating sister Venus on Jan. 28.

“Sadly, I have to withdraw from the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells and the Miami Open,” said Williams, who lives in West Palm Beach, Florida, on March 7.

MONTE CARLO MASTERS: Defending champion Rafael Nadal withstood a determined comeback from Britain’s Kyle Edmund to win 6-0, 5-7, 6-3 in the second round at Monaco.

BASEBALL

EASTERN LEAGUE: The Portland Sea Dogs’ game against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies was postponed due to rain. It has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader at Binghamton on June 3, starting at 5:35 p.m. The doubleheader will consist of two seven-inning games.

SOCCER

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Juventus put on a master class of defensive football to reach the semifinals, frustrating Lionel Messi and earning a 0-0 draw against a Barcelona side hoping for another miraculous comeback.

The second-leg stalemate sealed a 3-0 win on aggregate and came six weeks after Barcelona’s historic 6-1 thrashing of Paris-Saint Germain, when the home side became the first team to ever overturn a 4-0 loss in the competition.

 Rising teenage star Kylian Mbappe and resurgent forward Radamel Falcao scored early goals as free-scoring Monaco beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 at Monaco to reach the semifinals.

CYCLING

WALLOON ARROW: Alejandro Valverde of Spain won for a record fifth time after a fourth straight title at Huy, Belgium.

Valverde continued his excellent form with an attack unanswered by his rivals 250 yards from the finish in the brutal Mur de Huy, one of cycling’s most difficult climbs.

Daniel Martin of Ireland was second and Dylan Teuns of Belgium third.

FOOTBALL

NFL: Joshua Huff was allowed to enter a pretrial program after a weapons charge in New Jersey.

The wide receiver was playing for the Philadelphia Eagles when he was stopped for speeding on the New Jersey side of the Walt Whitman bridge last November.

Prosecutors said Huff won’t face jail if he successfully completes the program. His lawyer said the program lasts six months.

 Denver Broncos star Aqib Talib won’t face a suspension over the shooting in Dallas last year in which the All-Pro cornerback admitted he accidentally shot himself.

Talib received a letter from the league recently informing him he wouldn’t be suspended or fined over the shooting.

But the NFL did notify Talib he must complete a firearm safety course and supply the league with a list of all firearms he owns.

• Von Miller has his Super Bowl 50 helmet back.

The FBI retrieved his helmet from Mexican authorities who also recovered Tom Brady’s two Super Bowl jerseys in Mexico City last month. Special agents Brian Schmitt, Melissa Tallman and Clint Judd delivered the helmet to Miller at the UC Heath Center.