Venus Williams is an iconic player in the field of women’s tennis. She was the first African American to rank herself at the top of the world rankings and bagged numerous victories and titles in the game. Venus Williams won seven Grand Slam titles and four Olympic Gold medals, thirteen doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles before she was 21. Venus Williams net worth is estimated that of $95 million.
Venus Williams Bio:
|Real Name||Venus Ebony Starr Williams|
|Date of Birth||June 17, 1980|
|Birth Place||Lynwood, California, United States|
Venus Williams Family & Personal Life:
|Brothers||Richard Williams III|
Venus Williams was born on June 17, 1980, in Lynwood, California, to Richard Williams and Oracene Price. When they were ten years old, Venus Williams and her sister Serena attended Rick Macci’s tennis academy, moving from Compton, California, to West Palm Beach, Florida. At 11, Richard Williams evicted Venus and Serena from national junior tennis tournaments. In Southern California, Williams was ranked No, 1 among under-12 players and held a 63–0 record on the USTA junior tour.
After pulling his daughters out of Macci’s academy in 1995, Richard took overall coaching of his daughters. Williams dated professional golfer Hank Kuehne from 2007 to 2010. Since 2012, she has been romantically involved with Cuban model Elio Pis. As a model for Eleven, they met, and the couple dated until 2015. The couple is currently living together.
Venus Williams Education:
|School||Driftwood Academy (Lake Park)|
|College||The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale|
|University||Indiana University East|
Venus Williams Physical stats:
|Height||In Centimeters: 185 cm|
In Meters: 1.85 cm
In Feet & Inches: 6’1”
|Weight||In Kilograms: 75 kg|
In Pounds: 165 pounds
|Waist Size||26 inch|
|Chest Size||40 inches|
|Eyes Color||Dark Brown|
Venus Williams Career:
|Profession||Tennis player, Writer, Designer, Entrepreneur, Activist|
|Debut||Bank of the West Classic in (October 1994)|
|Salary||Monthly Income: ($0.5 Million +)|
Salary: ($7 Million +)
|Net Worth||$95 million|
For the first time in her career, Williams tasted success in 1997. Williams qualified for the top 100 by reaching the quarterfinals of three out of five Tier I tournaments, and she had mixed results at the 1997 Grand Slams. Although she lost in the first round of Wimbledon, she reached the second round of the French Open. A quarterfinalist at the Australian Open, Williams reached the finals at the US Open, where she lost to Martina Hingis. She climbed to 22nd position in the ATP world rankings due to her outstanding performance. Williams won a singles title at the 1997 IGA Tennis Classic played in Oklahoma City, where she defeated Joannette Kruger. In 1998, her performance in Tier I tournaments was mixed; even though she failed to qualify for the State Farm Evert Cup finals in Indian Wells, she went on to defeat the then world number one.
On July 27, 1998, her proficiency in the game earned her the ranking of World No. 5. During the Grand Slam of 1998, Williams played mixed doubles with Justin Gimelstob. Williams failed to reach the 1999 Australian Open and Wimbledon semi-finals, losing to Davenport and Steffi Graf, respectively. While her win count in singles was steadily increasing, her pairing with her sister Serena Willaims also yielded positive results. The two women managed to win the women’s doubles titles at the French Open and the US Open in 1999. Williams has been dominating the game since 2000. Despite missing the early part of the year due to a wrist injury, she reached the quarterfinals of the French Open. Her performance at the US Open was noteworthy as she beat then World No. 1 players, Hingis and Davenport, to win the tournament.
Williams won a gold medal at the Sydney Olympics, having defeated Sanchez Vicario in the quarterfinals, Monica Seles in the semi-finals, and Elena Dementieva in the final. Her sisters also won gold at the Olympics in the women’s doubles. During the brilliantly crafted year, she won six singles titles and reached No—3 in the world. Venus Williams had a mirror effect in 2001 regarding her career success. Her performance at the Australian Open did not only reach the semi-finals, but the sisters also won the doubles title of the year, thereby completing the Career Grand Slam in women’s doubles for the pair. In the Tier II tournaments, her performance was outstanding. In the semi-finals, she defeated Hingis, and in the final, she defeated World No. 4, Jennifer Capriati. She achieved the status of World No. 1 on February 25, 2002. She was the first African-American woman to ever hold the prominent position, despite holding it for only three weeks.
Venus Williams Favorites Things:
|Hobbies||Watching Movies And Football, Reading, Acting, Talking On The Phone, Spending Time With Family And Friends|
|Favorite Food||Pie, Specifically Apple|
|Favorite Color||Pink, Blue|
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Venus Williams Net Worth:
Venus Williams is a professional tennis player from the United States who has a net worth of $95 million. In women’s professional tennis history, Williams is credited with ushering in a new era of power. She has achieved the ranking of World No. 1 three times in singles and is touted as the first black woman of any nationality to achieve this feat during the Open Era.