Social media is calling out a cartoon published by Australia's Herald Sun newspaper for its offensive depiction of Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka.
Yesterday, first-time U.S. Open competitor Naomi Osaka beat long-standing champion Serena Williams, becoming the first Haitian-Japanese woman to not only play in the final match of the tournament but to win it. What should have been a match of historic proportion, the newcomer against the legend, was marred by a series of controversial code violations against Williams that many believe cost her the match and her 24th Grand Slam win. Williams received a total of three violations during the match.
After Serena Williams’ controversial final at the U.S. Open, Billie Jean King thanked her for calling out “double standards” in sports.
Serena Williams’ husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, wants the tennis legend to know how proud of her he is.
You can count 1-year-old Olympia Ohanian out of the Nike boycott, as the tot is adorably copying mom Serena Williams's style in this sweet snapshot.
“I think every athlete, every human, and definitely every African-American should be completely grateful and honored how Colin and Eric are doing so much more for the greater good," Williams said.
In a recent interview, Serena Williams admitted to visiting the spa for a week straight in Italy. Find out more about her beauty routine, here.
Before returning to the U.S. Open, Serena Williams is sharing some of her most relatable moments as a mom.
French Open officials told Serena Williams she can’t wear her all-black catsuit again, out of “respect.”
Meghan Markle and Serena Williams may have just solidified their BFF status with a new hoodie seemingly inspired, at least in part, by the royal.
Next week, Serena Williams will debut her newly-released Nike "Queen Collection," designed by Off-White designer and Louis Vuitton men's creative director Virgil Abloh, at the U.S. Open's 50th edition tournament in New York. Though the 23-time Grand Slam winner is historically known for her ...
Virgil Abloh isn’t letting his new job as the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton keep him from pumping out those collaborations. Earlier this month, Nike announced Abloh will dress Serena Williams for the U.S. Open Tennis Championship in pieces from an aptly-titled The Queen Collection. The Off-White designer also spoke of crafting a collection that honors Williams’ personal narrative on the court, because she likes to “look good, feel good, and play good" — a motto she adopted from her sister, Venus.
Tennis champion Serena Williams addressed her marriage to "nerd" Alexis Ohanian, admitting, "I always assumed I'd marry a black guy."