Venus Williams took a public bus to go to F1 Miami GP!

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Venus Williams took a public bus to go to F1 Miami GP!

There were many stars at the F1 Miami GP 2022, which Max Verstappen on Red Bull won ahead of the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sintz. Among the stars LeBron James, Jamie Foxx, Tom Brady and Venus Williams. Venus, who also chatted with Lewis Hamilton and Tom Brady, would arrive at the Miami International Circuit in a public bus.

An insider allegedly said: "Venus was with three friends, she was really friendly and she said hello to the other passengers." Over the weekend, Williams was also spotted celebrating at the Red Bull Guest House, an exclusive invitation-only evening held at Miami Beach's Faena, alongside her sister Serena Williams, Christian Horner, Diplo, Lele Pons and Bad Bunny.

Interviewed by Sky Sport, Serena said about the Miami GP: "We love having Lewis Hamilton and all the other drivers here in Miami for the first time!" Venus Williams, close to 42 years-old, could be at her last season on the WTA Tour.

Venus Williams' career

Venus has won 7 Grand Slams out of sixteen finals played. she also has 14 Grand Slam doubles wins with her younger sister Serena Williams and two in mixed doubles. In the decade 2000-2010 she is the player to have won the most at Wimbledon, with five wins out of eight finals and is one of five players to have won five or more in the Open Era.

She expresses her best tennis on hard-courts and on garss-courts. In addition, she is one of the three tennis players in history, in addition to Helen Wills and her sister Serena, to have won the Olympics in both specialties, singles and doubles, in the same edition, that of 2000.

In 2012, with the victory at the Olympic Games of London in the doubles, Venus became the tennis player with the most gold in history, along with Serena, thanks to her four medals. In 2016 she also won the silver medal in mixed doubles with Rajeev Ram, resulting in the tennis player with the most Olympic medals in history considering men and women.