Serena Williams net worth is estimated to be $145 million while her sister’s net worth stands at $75 million. The duo has now successfully dominated tennis for almost 2 decades with many memorable moments. They are also well known for taking their family rivalry to a whole new level apart from being phenomenal players.
Till now the sisters have played 33 matches against each other, with Venus winning the first match in 1998. From there the rivalry began and over the years, they encountered each other many times. In between 2001 and 2003, out of eight Grand Slam tournaments, six included Sareena Vs Venus in the finals. It clearly showed how much dominant they had eventually become while they were just in their 20s.
When playing together, the William Sisters become more efficient and thus till date they have won 3 gold medals together in 2000, 2008 and 2012.
It was reported, that they have won over $ 102 million in prize money alone. Then additional the sisters receive yearly salary and also a major chunk of their net worth comes from endorsements.
Born on September 26, 1981, to Oracene Price and Richard Williams, she is the youngest of five children. After moving to Compton, California, she showed early interest in tennis and started playing when she just 3 years old.
Soon under the guidance of her parents, Serena and Venus were coached by Richard Williams. Later she improved her skills after enrolling to Rick Macc’s tennis academy.
However due to failing grades and some racial issues, their parents pulled the sisters out of the academy and started their home tuitions. Even this worked fine for them and eventually they secured their own place on the international level.
|Serena Williams Net worth||$145 million|
Former World no 1, Venus Ebony Starr Williams is an American professional tennis player, who started playing professionally on October 31, 1994. Born on June 17, 1980, in Lynwood, California, she and her sister worked on their skills under the guidance of Rick Macci.
At present, she holds the record for fastest serve in three Grand Slam tournaments out of four.
|Country (sports)||United States|
|Prize money||US$ 32,638,857|
|Venus Williams Net Worth||$75 million|