The picture reveals all the curves of the tennis stars perfectly toned body
Serena Williams has spent a lot of time in the tennis court. And this hard work has resulted in an awe inspiring athletic figure that she is truly proud of. Her bio-data is equally impressive. Williams is ranked number 1 in women’s singles six times by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).
On Saturday, the tennis star posted a Snapchat selfie which showed the entire curves of her great body. Her mirror selfie displayed the star in a mirror.
Serena Williams was wearing a yellow top in the mirror selfie which was paired with a bottom featuring polka dots. Williams looked as if she hadn’t put on any make for the snap. She had one hand on the hip while she posed for the picture.The celebrity was wearing a simple necklace, belly button ring, and a waist chain. The hat that she wore was a Nike.
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During the same week, the 34 year old sports figure had also shared a bikini selfie. She was snapped in a one-piece. On Thursday she had shared another selfie featuring a flimsy swimsuit. William’s suit was a heart-neckline that featured three cutouts. Williams always says that her great shape is the result of a very active lifestyle that she follows every day.
Serena Williams is the winner of thirteen Grand Slam doubles with her sister Venus. The pair has remained unbeaten in the finals of Grand Slam tournaments. Williams has won the WTA Tour Championships at least five times.
She is also the winner of four gold medals at the Olympics. One of these medals was won in women’s single whereas the rest were won in doubles. This is an unbroken record that she shares with her sister.
With the arrival of Venus, a new era in women’s tennis has opened. During the previous year, Serena Williams was one of the most highly paid female athletes in the world.
She earned around 25 million dollars from endorsements and prize money. Last year, she was also named the sportsperson of the year by the prestigious magazine, Sports Illustrated.