Serena Williams and sister Venus Williams appear in swimsuits in the March edition of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. The excellent write-up chronicles their journey from Compton to becoming grand slam champions and their accomplishments off the court.
In the article, the Williams sisters talk about King Richard, the well-acclaimed movie that that tells their story.
I don’t think people even thought about what happened before we turned pro.
-Venus Williams (in Bazaar)
The article talks about the importance of family to Serena and Venus. The sisters don’t celebrate holidays because they were raised as Jehovah’s Witnesses.
These days, the sisters play tennis on their terms. They make time for activities other than tennis. They are involved in charities and businesses. They have earned the freedom to do it their way.