Serena Williams' daughter, Olympia Jr., at just three years-old seems to have mastered tennis already. It looks like the little girl intends to follow in Serena's footsteps. The American recently posted on Instagram a photo of little Olympia showing off a stylish two-handed backhand.
Obviously under the happy and (why not) proud guide of the mother. We have to recall that Serena Williams had already said that she enrolled her daughter for some tennis lessons, but did not reveal the identity of her coach.
In fact, Serena wanted to clarify that what interests her are her notions, not to make her daughter a professional player. She said: "I'm not a pushing mom, but I know how much I like the techniques and the notions, so I'll make sure the teacher is able to teach Olympia the technique."
She said some weeks ago: "Guys, I enrolled Olympia in some tennis lessons. She won't start with me, because I won't give her tennis lessons, I enrolled her in a school. But the tennis teacher doesn't know she's my daughter , so let's see how it goes!
Serena Williams' investments
During her extraordinary career, the American tennis player Serena Williams, winner of 23 Grand Slam titles, has made several interesting commercial investments, in the wake of other champions such as the Russian Maria Sharapova.
Serena is one of the most loved and envied sportsmen, always requested by many brands and magazine covers and is one of the richest women on the planet. According to reports from Forbes magazine, Serena Williams had assets of over 200 million euros in 2019 but it must nevertheless be said that most of her assets did not come through tournaments and cash prizes, although from the latter she has earned over the course of her career about 90 million dollars.
Williams' younger sister has repeatedly admitted to having invested her money in various companies and above all explained that she prefers to make investments in companies founded by ethnic minorities or at least by women, situations that see them face greater obstacles within the society.
Serena Williams is convinced that Silicon Valley is making a big mistake by not investing in Start Ups founded by women of color. To remedy this, you launched 'Serena Ventures', a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage entrepreneurs.
The mission is to support dreamers and visionaries of the future, giving them the opportunity to capitalize on their ideas. One of Serena Williams' best investments is Alchemy 43, a California-based company specializing in skin-preserving microtherapy and facial beauty treatments.
In addition to this it must be said that the famous tennis player has invested her resources both in digital start-ups and in non-digital companies but at the same time very fruitful.