Serena Williams is Aiming Way Farther than the Baseline After Tennis
It’s hardly a secret that Serena Williams is killing it right now, and not just on the tennis court. The star athlete has proved she’s a triple threat, and not one to be reckoned with, from her break-the-internet bikini bod to a powerful New York Magazine cover. We’ve always been aware of William’s rock hard body thanks to her many Instagram’ed island trips, however it seems like she has never looked better.
The tennis mogul stunned on the cover of New York Magazine, wearing an elegant black Elizabeth and James dress with her teacup-sized Yorkie, Chip, in hand of course, however, the most breathtaking image was that of Williams in a full spilt across two beams. Abs and thighs in check, the stance looks perfectly natural, yet Williams was apparently reminded during this shot that she is in fact a tennis player and not a gymnast, given it apparently took a good amount of stretching to get into the full position.
Gymnast, tennis player or fashion designer? Williams doesn’t see a point in wasting any of her talents and is already looking into what her career after tennis is going to look like, and it seems fashion may be in the forefront. In her New York interview she voiced that she’s always had a passion for designing wedding dresses, saying, “That was my first real love, but then I was like, Listen. I’m playing professional tennis. I’ll just do athletic wear.”
Well, if Serena has an eye for design that’s even half as keen as the one she keeps on the court, I think Vera Wang might have to make a run for her money.