Serena Williams is an American professional tennis player, considered as one of the best players in the history of this sport, whose style is characterized by her physical and mental strength. Her extensive track record includes his 39 Grand Slam titles, 23 in singles, and four gold medals at the Olympic Games: Sydney 2000, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 in doubles, and also in London 2012 in singles. She has also completed a Golden Slam, a gold medal, plus wins in all four Grand Slam tournaments. Among her multiple achievements, Serena Williams has managed to stay for 200 weeks at number one in the world rankings.
Serena Williams started her career in sports when she was only 5 years old, and in 1995 she became a professional tennis player, and made her official debut in 2000.
Besides her incredible sporting achievements, Serena Williams is also a renowned activist and businesswoman. Williams is an advocate for gender equality and diversity. Serena Williams has her own investment firm, Serena Ventures, which invests in companies that are committed to diverse leadership, individual empowerment and creativity, helping them grow in their early stages.
She has been awarded the Best Female Athlete of the Year by the Associated Press (2002, 2009) and received the ESPY award for Best Tennis Player (2016,2017,2019).
Tennis player. Captain of the Spanish Davis Cup team (2012-2013). Winner of the Davis Cup (2000)
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