Sister Venus Assures Fans That Serena Williams Won’t Leave Tennis Anytime Soon: ‘She’ll Still Hit With Me’

The relationship between Venus and Serena Williams is pretty unique. They’re both different and alike in many ways. For this reason, they are the ideal pair, both on and off the court. And as they are siblings, they also do have this natural rhythm and understanding of each other’s abilities and playing styles. Earlier today, Venus was seen answering fans the question related to tennis on Instagram.

Recently, in this year’s US Open, the pair faced an early exit as they went down to Linda Nosková and Lucie Hradecká. They solved in straight sets, 6-7(5) 4-6.


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Venus backs Serena Williams to step onto the tennis court once again

Today, Venus Williams was seen interacting with fans in the form of a question-and-answer session on Instagram. Several fans came up with a lot of questions, but there was one that stood out. The fan asked, “How does your tennis world look like without little Sis? Y’all were like a dynamic Sisterly duo (with a heart emoji)

Venus, in return, posted a story with the same question. She replied, “Unimaginable at first. But I’ve had time to prepare myself…I’m sure she’ll still hit with me”


‘Mom Made Me Go’ – Venus Williams’ Amusing Reply to an Old Picture With Queen Elizabeth Featuring Roger Federer and Serena Williams

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Following Venus’s debut in 1994, Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam winner, followed her sister’s path. In 2000, when Venus won her first Grand Slam at Wimbledon, Serena had already established herself as a dominant player.

A journey to be very proud of for the Williams sisters

Both tennis greats of the 2000s dominated the tour and frequently faced off against each other in tournament finals. During her heyday, Venus won five Wimbledon grass court titles and two US Open crowns. However, due to Sjogren’s syndrome, an autoimmune disorder, she was unable to fully utilize her talents.


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The former world No. 1 has won 49 singles titles and 22 doubles crowns. She also had her best-ever season at the 2017 Australian Open and advanced to the championship round. But in the end, it was her younger sibling who ultimately prevailed. On the flip side, Serena is one Grand Slam title away from equaling Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 major titles. To top it all off, both Williams sisters have brought home eight Olympic gold medals for the United States.

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