Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka are no longer the most Endorsed sportswomen!

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Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka are no longer the most Endorsed sportswomen!

Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka are no longer the most Endorsed sportswomen! The two tennis players were surpassed by soccer star Alex Morgan, who dominates with $ 3 million. Alex Morgan is undoubtedly one of the greatest soccer stars of all time.

Thanks to her successes, like the Olympic gold medal and the FIFA World Cup, she earned her $3 million. SportsUnited's brand partnership report revealed that Alex Morgan is the most approved female athlete of the year 2022.

The report revealed that Morgan has signed 27 different deals with the brand, more than any other woman in sport. Some of her notable partnerships include Google, AT&T, Coca-Cola, and more. The report also revealed that brand deals across all women's sports grew 20% over the year.

The future of women's sport looks very promising. With more and more women interested and involved in sports, it is clear that the traditional view of all-male sports is no longer valid. ponsor United, testified to this by saying: "In recent years, participation, audience and social engagement for women's sports and athletes have increased, leading to long overdue financial support through investments and sponsorships that are visibly giving the bear fruit and they should only continue to accelerate."

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Serena Williams says growing up in Compton gave her the ability to adapt to nearly any playing condition during her career.

Compton, a popular neighborhood in Los Angeles, is known for violence and gang activity. Getting started in tennis in Compton was less than ideal, as there were no luxury tennis courts and the balls used at the time weren't all that good either.

But Serena and her sister Venus were determined to make their dreams come true. Now the Williams sisters are true tennis icons of all time and will forever be remembered as some of the greatest and most inspiring female players in the history of the sport.

Serena explained during an event organized by Wilson Tennis: "If it's not a storm, I don't feel it. Honestly, every time I try to prove something, I go back and say: Serena, you're from Compton, yeah! I can adjust to anything.

Because of everything we've been through, I think about playgrounds and dropshots, and then feel literally nothing. But when I hear something, I always look at my training partner or my coach and say: Something's wrong, because if I feel it, then something is really wrong." Serena Williams, 41, ended her incredible career after the Us Open.

In her last tournament, the US champion still sold her life dearly before giving up. In her US Open debut she defeated Danka Kovinic. Later, she got the better of Anett Kontaveit, who was the second-largest player in the world at the time. Instead, she fell in the third round, where she was defeated in three sets by Ajla Tomljanovic.

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