Serena Jameka William is an American professional tennis player who has ranked first in the Women’s Tennis Association ranking multiple times throughout her career. She is her given name, but her full name is Serena Jameka William. Serena was born in Saginaw, Michigan, United States, on September 26, 1981. There are two nicknames for Serena, Meka and Momma Smash. Serena started tennis training when her age was three years old. Here we are talking about Serena Williams husband, age, family, height, and bio.
Keyshawn (2003-2004), Brett Ratner (2004-2006), common (2007-2010), Jackie Long (2007-2008), Hosea Changchez (2008), Amar’s Stoudemire (2010), Patrick Mouratoglou (2012), Grigor Dimitrov (2012)
Serena Williams Career & Net Worth:
Turned Pro in 1995
Serena’s career-best performance has garnered her 84 million USD, 50 million more than any other female tennis player. Serena also enjoys acting in movies. The scenes in which Serena worked in “Black Knight” were sadly cut out. Apart from film, Serena voiced highly-rated shows for Playhouse Disney. A music video for the American rapper Common’s song “I Want You” also featured her. Her appointment to the UNICEF goodwill ambassadorship in 2011 resulted from a competition.
Serena Williams is a world champion tennis player with a net worth of $250 million. Many consider her one of the best female tennis players of all time. By far, she is the highest-earning female player.
The US Open was Serena Williams’ first Grand Slam win since Althea Gibson in 1958.
Serena’s scenes were not included in the final version of “Black Knight.”
Williams’ eldest sister, Yetunde Price, was murdered in Los Angeles in 2003.
“Venus and Serena: For Real” was a reality TV show starring the Williams sisters that debuted in 2015.
After allegedly threatening a lineswoman in 2009, Serena was fined $82,500 and placed on probation. Tennis players have never been punished in such a way before.
Serena Williams launched a signature handbag and jewelry collection in 2009 called “The Signature Statement” for the Home Shopping Network.
Serena underwent emergency treatment for a hematoma caused by a pulmonary embolism in 2011.
She produced two television series. “We trust you with your life” & “Drop dead diva” in July 2012.
Women’s singles and doubles gold medals were her first gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Ajla Tomljanovi of Australia defeated her in the third round of the US Open on 2 September 2022. 4.8 million viewers watched the three-hour match, making it the most-watched tennis match on ESPN; 6.9 million viewers watched the final set between 10:15 and 11:00 p.m.