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“She Never Stops”: Serena Williams Reveals Venus Williams’ Positive Impact on Her Career

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Tennis champion Serena Williams has been an inspiration to millions throughout her career. Recently, she opened about the people that inspired her – the women in her life.

Obviously, she could not have left out elder sister and tennis pro Venus Williams while talking about the inspirational people in her life.

Venus and Serena are one of the most reputed doubles team tennis has ever witnessed. The duo has won 14 Grand Slam titles together and three Olympic Gold medals.

 

Having said that, it is clear that their bond is extraordinary. The 23-time Grand Slam winner claims that Venus is the one that keeps her going, also highlighting her sister’s fight against an autoimmune disease as her inspiration.

LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 07: Serena Williams (R) of the USA celebrates with her father Richard Williams and sister Venus Williams after her Ladies’ Singles final match against Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland on day twelve of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 7, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Serena Williams on inspirations from Venus Williams

 

The Williams sisters have grown up together with the same dream; they even fulfilled it together. The two former World No. 1s, with their inexplicable potential, have been an example for athletes over two decades.

 

More than they dominated the sport, they have uplifted one another through tough times.

The 39-year-old spoke about Venus’s character that even the world is a fan of. She said, “She’s so positive and she never stops.” After being diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome in 2011, she claimed the third gold medal in doubles with sister Serena Williams.

 

“She does so many things and she has more energy than anyone I know,” Serena continued. “But she deals with so much on a health thing that it’s so inspiring.”

Like Venus, Serena will also keep going

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – JANUARY 10: Serena Williams of the USA thanks the crowd after winning her quarter final match against Laura Siegemund of Germany during day five of the 2020 Women’s ASB Classic at ASB Tennis Centre on January 10, 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

More than they dominated the sport, they have uplifted one another through tough times.

 

The 39-year-old spoke about Venus’s character that even the world is a fan of. She said, “She’s so positive and she never stops.” After being diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome in 2011, she claimed the third gold medal in doubles with sister Serena Williams.

“She does so many things and she has more energy than anyone I know,” Serena continued. “But she deals with so much on a health thing that it’s so inspiring.”







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