Serena Williams will be a star in an Amazon Prime docu-series. The project does not yet have a title but follows the life of the tennis player, 23 times Grand Slam champion, on and off the tennis courts. Williams said: "I am thrilled to collaborate with Amazon Studios, they are developing some of the most motivating and important content for the global audience.
it's time to share with the world." In 2018, HBO aired Being Serena, a five-part documentary that addresses both the professional and private aspects of her life. The docuseries, produced by Plum Pictures, Goalhanger Films and Amazon Studios, stars Serena Williams, Patrick Mouratoglou, Stuart Cabb and Tony Pastor as executive producers.
Serena Williams star in docu-series on Amazon Prime
Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios, said: "Serena transformed her sport and became one of the most inspiring athlete, entrepreneur and woman of her generation, admired not only for her unsurpassed prowess on the pitch but also for her its civil commitment in many areas.
We are incredibly excited to share her journey with this new series together and to work with her to create new original content for our Prime Video customers around the world." Currently in production, the docuseries follows Serena Williams on and off the tennis court.
The greatest athlete and tennis player of the Open Era and the most awarded WTA player ever, had to overcome numerous, seemingly insurmountable obstacles to win a title in all four Grand Slam tournaments. She has also won 73 championships in singles and 23 in doubles, as well as being gold medal in the 2000 Olympics (doubles), 2008 (doubles) and 2012 (singles and doubles).
Off the court, Serena has made a name for herself in the world of business, entertainment and fashion by adding the S by Serena and Serena Ventures clothing line as part of her brand. Serena is still looking for her 24 Slam title, per finalmente eguagliare il record che ancora detiene Margaret Smith: the American ha ancora tre chances quest'anno: al Roland Garros, a Wimbledon e agli US Open.