Serena Williams biography, net worth and house.

Serena Williams biography, net worth and house.

Serena Williams is a professional tennis player and a formed World No 1 ranked by Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). She has held the top position in the ranking charts on five different occasions. On the All-time list of Grand Slam title she is in ninth position with 27 wins, and also known as the fifth women to hold all four Grand Slams title simultaneously.

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Serena Williams career

Serena Williams was born in 26th September, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan, United States to her parents “Richard Williams” as a father and “Oracene Price” as a mother. The Swiss prodigy Martina Hingis was the last player to so. Serena Williams has also won 2 Olympic Gold medals. Williams plays her doubles matches with her sister Venus and they has won a dozen Grand Slams together. Serena is the first person to win 5 Australian Open singles titles

Serena Williams got this name and fame by all her hard training. Serena is only female tennis player to have more than $35 million in prize money. Serena Williams net worth grew not only with the prize money she won but also her with her endorsements deal with the branded company like Nike which is worth close to $40 million. Her own line on designer apparel and a signature collection of handbags and jewelry also comprises her net worth. All her collections are mainly sold on HSN. Serena has also given her voice to the animated shows. To appear on feminine hygiene products, she was the first female athlete which was on 2009.

Serena Williams and her sister Venus Williams bought the palatial house on the sum of $525,000 on 1998 and Serena Williams just renovated her bathroom which cost her $180,000. The bathroom features white marble, fixtures made of gold and a tub which can easily accommodate four persons. The house is said to have 30 ft. ceilings. Serena is also involved in lots of charity shows.

Serena William had to pay a fine due to her on-court behavior. She was involved in a needless controversy in her semi-final match of US Open on 2009. She shouted profanities at a lineswoman by pointing her finger and also threated her life too. Due to this behavior she was fined $10,000 on the spot and also order to pay $82,500 later on, which was the biggest punishment on the tennis history.

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