Serena and Venus Williams gorgeouses at the Alice in Chains concert



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Serena and Venus Williams gorgeouses at the Alice in Chains concert

Serena and Venus Williams recently attended the Alice in Chains concert in West Palm Beach, Florida. They are big fans of the band, as the same band's frontman, William DuVall, himself pointed out. In fact, DuVall posted a photo on his Instagram profile with his sisters, writing: "Excellence personified.

So honored to have the Williams sisters, Serena Williams and Venus Williams, attend our show in West Palm Beach. So great to see them rocking out down front and sidestage. Even better to find that they’re so cool and down to earth as people.

Like meeting long lost cousins at a family gathering, only they just happen to be, in my opinion, the best to ever grace a tennis court, as well as being genuine AIC fans. Awesome night." Serena and Venus Williams recently attended the Alice in Chains concert in West Palm Beach, Florida

Serena and Venus' careers

Venus Williams born in 198.

She is a winner of 7 Grand Slam singles tournaments. Serena Williams born in 1981, she is a winner of 23 Grand Slam singles tournaments. In more than twenty years, they have won 121 singles tournaments, 4 mixed doubles tournaments and have occupied a total of over 300 weeks at number one singles and eight weeks in the doubles ranking.

After the 2002 French Open, Venus and Serena were number one and two in the women's rankings respectively. Pairing up in women's doubles tournaments, the Williams sisters have won 14 Grand Slam titles and on one occasion have won 4 consecutively, from Wimbledon 2009 to Paris 2010, but not in the same calendar year.

The results are not lacking even at the Olympics. They have won a total of four gold medals each, three of which together in the women's doubles and one each in singles. Venus is also the tennis player, including men, with the most Olympic medals won, five.

Between them, they also ignited an intense rivalry. In fact, they met 31 times, including 9 times in a Grand Slam final. They are, therefore, the second couple that have faced each other several times in the women's singles finals behind Chris Evert-Martina Navrátilová, who have competed 14 times. Serena finished ahead in the number of matches won (19-12).