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Serena Williams

Serena Williams, arguably the greatest women tennis player is also one of the richest women tennis professionals. Additionally, the American holds an estimated net value of 200 million USD. Moreover, the younger Williams also holds numerous records to her name. While she is a winner of 73 WTA titles, she also has 39 Grand Slams up her sleeves. She is the winner of 23 Grand Slam singles titles and winning others in doubles. Besides, she already is the winner of the prize money of $92,715,122. This price money is double than won by any other female athlete.

Further, the former world number 1 is at the 33rd position in the list of highest-paid athletes in 2020. Adding to her feathers, she also endorses contracts with several big names. Some of these include Nike, JP Morgan, Chase, Beats Electronics. Some others are Bumble, Gatorade, Upper Deck, and Wilson Sporting Goods. The American is able to earn an amount of $32M from these endorsement contracts alone.

Genorosity

Going further, her company, Serena Ventures is also running really well. Moreover, the company has already made an investment in more than 30 investments since its opening. Additionally, the company was founded in 2014 by Serena. The company is already worth at least $10M. Serena as of now is focusing on companies started by the minority groups of society. Moreover, she is looking onto businesses that are into e-commerce, food, and beverage. Additionally, she also showed keen interest in fashion as well as the health and wellness industry. Moreover, the American great also shows great interest in social work.

Business Venture

Serena Williams holds great love for fashion. Henceforth, she is pursuing this love through designing and managing various lines of clothing, jewelry. Additionally, she also launched S By Serena in the jewelry line. Further, she also plans to extend her hands to beauty products.
Additionally, she also shows a keen interest in helping the oppressed sections of society. In 2008, she helped students in Kenya by providing aid to build a school. Further, she also came together with Helping Hands Jamaica to build Salt Marshal Primary School for youth in Jamaica.

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