Serena Williams revealed how she adapted her schedule to the current times. She is still able to run her businesses and spend time with her daughter, Olympia, while also steering clear of the coronavirus. “Yeah, it's going good.
I feel good. I made my own structure and routine. I’m working out in the mornings and then I have my time, a small block of straight business, sole focus. And then the rest of the day I try to spend time with Olympia and maybe have one more (business) call.
So I really try to focus on spending time with my daughter. I still have a ton of structure,” Serena said on a KindredCast podcast episode. Although Serena tries to manage everything and still get good profits from her business affairs, a young and wealthy tennis player comes from behind at a fast pace.
And that youngster is none other than Naomi Osaka. The Japanese gained over $37 million in the past 12 months, according to a Forbes story, surpassing Williams’ revenues from prizes and endorsements with $1,4 million.
With this accomplishment, Naomi Osaka set an all-time earnings record for a female athlete in a single year, overcoming the likes of other wealthy tennis players like Serena and Maria Sharapova.
However, besides conducting business, working out and spending time with her family, Serena Williams also tries to help disadvantaged people.
Read about her face covers donations and how she gives away 10 times more masks than her husband, Alexis Ohanian, in this article.