Serena Williams and Secret Deodorant Team to Promote Gender Equality

Serena Williams is continuing her mission of women’s equality with a new job title.
The tennis champ is Secret Deodorant’s newest brand ambassador, teaming with the P&G-owned brand to promote gender equality in sports.
“[Secret] has a history of supporting women’s issues and fighting for women’s equality,” Williams said in an interview with WWD, ahead of the announcement on Tuesday. “That’s what I do. I fight for equality and I’m vocal about gender bias. It only makes sense for me to join in this charge with Secret.”
Together, Secret and Williams will be conducting a study on gender inequality in sports to see how gender bias plays out for athletes ranging from high school players to professional sports leagues. The brand will then donate $ 1 million to organizations that address these issues.
The partnership is a natural one for Williams, who has routinely been outspoken on gender-inequality issues throughout her career. Williams most recently spoke on her activism at a press conference on July 13 after she competed in Wimbledon, stating: “The day I stop fighting for equality and for people that look like you and me will be the day I’m in my grave.”
She’s also used fashion as a way to communicate her

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Meghan Markle Supports Serena Williams at U.S. Open

The Duchess of Sussex is showing her support for close friend Serena Williams.
Meghan Markle, made a surprise trip to New York to attend Williams’ final U.S. Open match on Saturday against Canada’s Bianca Andreescu. Markle arrived at the match dressed in a gray coat and denim dress, where she greeted Williams’ husband, Alexis Ohanian, before the match began.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, greets Alexis Ohanian as she arrives to watch the women’s singles final of the U.S. Open tennis championships. 
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This marks the first trip Markle has made to the U.S. since giving birth to her and Prince Harry’s first son, Archie, in May. She previously visited New York City this year for her baby shower in February, which was cohosted by Williams. Markle also came out to support Williams at Wimbledon in July, sitting outside the royal box to cheer on her friend.
Markle’s New York trip marks the beginning of a busy month of engagements for the royal. She is slated to attend her first official royal engagement after ending maternity leave on Sept. 12 for the launch of her charitable fashion label, which benefits the U.K. organization, Smart Works. She will then embark on a tour of Africa with Prince Harry

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Myro Receives Investment From Serena Williams, Carmelo Anthony

Myro has found investors in Serena Williams and Carmelo Anthony. The tennis legend and the basketball star have invested in the gender-neutral refillable deodorant brand through their respective venture capital firms Serena Ventures and Melo7 Tech Partners with Stuart Goldfarb.
The investment is part of a $ 7 million seed-extension funding round that includes Western Technology Investment.
“I’m always trying to find the next big thing, and refillable deodorant just feels relevant to the time we’re living in. With the way the world is now, it’s so important to invest in sustainable brands doing positive things,” said Anthony. “I treat every decision I make as the biggest decision of my life, so being deliberate about working with brands that align with my personal values is really important to me.”
Founded by Greg Laptevsky in 2017, Myro is a direct-to-consumer, gluten-free and vegan deodorant that can be refilled with new deodorant pods. Refillable cases and deodorant pods are available in five colors and scents that retail for $ 10. A subscription service delivers packs of three refill pods quarterly for $ 10 each as well.
Each deodorant is made with about 50 percent less plastic than traditional deodorant brands, and is a custom blend of 100 percent natural

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Serena Williams Flexes In Hollywood After Wimbledon Loss, I Ain’t Sad!

The Wimbledon L clearly ain’t affecting Serena Williams … the tennis legend was out partying in Hollywood on Thursday — and she looked GREAT!!!! The 37-year-old superstar hit up Sunset Room for the Sports Illustrated Fashionable 50 party — you…

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Serena out after losing 5-1 lead in 3rd to Pliskova

After Serena Williams was called for a foot fault on match point, Karolina Pliskova fought off three more match points to win 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 and reach the semifinals in Melbourne.
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Some good news, bad news for Serena Williams …  The Good News — The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has announced massive rule changes allowing athletes like Serena to wear full catsuit outfits during 2019 matches. The Bad News — The French…

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Serena Williams’ Catsuit Ban Is Sexist, Anne White Knows from Experience

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Serena Williams Reveals Why She Won’t Celebrate Her Daughter’s Birthday

Serena Williams and husband Alexis Ohanian aren’t going the traditional route when it comes to their daughter’s birthday. Little Alexis Olympia is turning 1 on Sept. 1, but her tennis legend mom explained why the family’s religious beliefs prevent them from celebrating the milestone.


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Serena Williams Felt Like She ‘Was Not A Good Mom’ During Her Tennis Loss Last Week

Serena Williams always keeps it real when it comes to the ups and downs of motherhood. Three days after her tough loss at the Silicon Valley Classic, the new mom admitted that she was struggling to see herself as a good mom after a particularly hard week. Find out what Serena learned from her difficult time.


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Serena Williams Felt Like She ‘Was Not A Good Mom’ During Her Tennis Loss Last Week

Serena Williams always keeps it real when it comes to the ups and downs of motherhood. Three days after her tough loss at the Silicon Valley Classic, the new mom admitted that she was struggling to see herself as a good mom after a particularly hard week. Find out what Serena learned from her difficult time.


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Kate Middleton & Meghan Markle Hit Wimbledon & Watch Serena Williams’ Match!

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle made their first joint appearance together on Saturday, attending the ladies’ single final at Wimbledon between Meghan’s friend Serena Williams and Germany’s Angelique Kerber. See all the pics! (Spoiler alert for Saturday’s Wimbledon results!)


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Serena Williams to Open Up About Pregnancy and Journey Back to Tennis in New HBO Documentary

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Serena Williams Files ‘Aneres’ Trademark for Cosmetics Line

Serena Williams wants to serve an ace on yo face … with a new cosmetics line. The tennis great filed legal docs to trademark “Aneres” (spells Serena backwards, btw). Serena had already locked down the name a while back, but it was for her clothing…

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Serena Williams Makes Her Comeback to Tennis After Welcoming Baby Alexis Olympia

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Serena Williams’ Husband Alexis Ohanian Puts Up Billboards Feat. Their Baby To Cheer Her On!

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has put up the cutest and possibly largest series of gifts for his wife, tennis champ Serena Williams. Alexis had four billboards put up alongside the I-10 on the way to Serena’s next tennis competition featuring their adorable baby girl Alexis Olympia (AKA Jr.).


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Brie Larson, Serena Williams, And More Celebs Who Are Helping Kids See Black Panther

Brie Larson, Serena Williams, Octavia Spencer, and more celebs have donated to ‘Black Panther’ causes, helping kids around the country see the movie opening weekend.
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Serena Williams Thanks Women For Sharing Their Childbirth Stories: ‘Our Voices Are Our Power’

Serena Williams posted a heartfelt message of thanks to women who shared their childbirth stories with her. The tennis star took to Facebook to share the powerful message — and an adorable video of baby daughter Olympia!


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Serena Williams Ass Shakin’ in Front of Private Jet

[[tmz:video id=”0_7c0y8jn0″]] If you didn’t already love N.E.R.D. and Rihanna’s song, “Lemon” … Serena Williams will change your mind in the next minute and 30 seconds. The tennis superstar turned a Palm Beach International airport runway into her own…

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Serena Williams Asks Other Mommas For Parenting Help In Sweet Social Post

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Serena Williams’ Wedding, Huge Stars, Tennis Themes and Bell Biv DeVoe!

Here’s one case where Bell Biv DeVoe broke their own rule — and totally trusted a big butt and a smile … because they were some of the VIPs at Serena Williams’ wedding!!  It all went down in New Orleans on Thursday night — where huge stars like…

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Serena Williams Wedding Dress Arrives In Mystery Bag (UPDATE)

The countdown is on for Serena Williams — her wedding is TONIGHT in New Orleans … and her wedding dress has arrived just in time! Photogs captured a bunch of pre-wedding deliveries on Wednesday — including a woman carrying what appears to be a…

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Serena Williams’ Wedding Video, Venus Shakes to ‘Back That Ass Up’

[[tmz:video id=”0_51nztwgy”]] Here it is … the first footage from INSIDE Serena Williams’ awesome New Orleans wedding — with incredible dresses, the Cupid Shuffle … and Venus Williams gettin’ down to “Back That Ass Up!” The party looked like a blast…

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New Mom Serena Williams Graces Us With Sizzling Instagram Photos

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Serena Williams Dolls Up For ’50s-Themed Baby Shower with Ciara, La La

Serena Williams dusted off the poodle skirt and saddle shoes to travel back to the Fabulous ’50s for her baby shower over the weekend … but not without the help of her superstar friends!!

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The Best Advice Ever From Madeleine Albright, Iman, Billie Jean King, and Serena Williams

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Drake & Serena — We’re Not Engaged

There was no “I do” … there was no bended knee … there was no proposal — because Drake and Serena Williams are NOT engaged to be married … this according to a rep for the rapper. The Internet was buzzing this morning with rumors that Drake had…

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Drake Sits Front Row at Serena Williams’ NYFW Runway Show

The singer supported his rumored girlfriend Serena Williams on Tuesday, sitting front row at her NYFW runway show.
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Serena Williams Makes a Fashion Statement for HSN

If you’re curious how Serena Williams is feeling this week, one thing is certain: She is feeling fringe.
Williams sent out 23 looks Tuesday as part of her Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection for HSN, and many featured fringe detailing. There was a suede fringe jacket, a suede asymmetric fringed skirt, a leather-fringed pencil skirt, a fringed leather cape and a leather fringe dress, to name a few. She also took her bow in a fringe skirt.
“I wanted to showcase a lot of fringe,” said Williams, following the runway show at Kia Style360.  “With our collection, a lot is available now. We had to think, ‘What’s also in style? And what is trending that people want to wear?’ Fringe is such a huge trend that we thought we could have a lot of fun with it,” she said.
Available exclusively on HSN.com both during and immediately following the show, Williams’ collection also included shearling jackets, knit sweaters, printed jogger pants, suede shorts, jumpsuits, asymmetrical tops and halter dresses retailing from $ 29 to $ 159.
Mindy Grossman, chief executive officer of HSN Inc., said that Williams’ line “is one of our fastest-growing fashion businesses.”
“The more Serena the better,” said Grossman, calling this line “the strongest

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Why You Should be Paying Attention to Serena Williams’s Fashion Collection

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You know Serena Williams as the 21 Grand Slam–winning tennis star, whose fierceness on the court is only rivaled by her kindness off it. But there’s another passion Williams has been quietly pursuing for years: fashion design. Williams is no ordinary celebrity-turned-designer. Consider her boundary-pushing court style, her two years of fashion school, and her experience designing her own collections at HSN and Nike. It was with HSN that she presented a Spring 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week earlier today, to an audience including Anna Wintour, Gigi Hadid, Lily Aldridge, and her rumored paramour, Drake.

“I’ve always loved fashion. I was always that girl that played with my dolls, and I went to fashion school, so it’s not just made up for me. It’s actually something that I really enjoy and that I have a lot of fun with,” Williams told Vogue.com backstage before her show. Though she’s shown her HSN collection at Fashion Week once before, her latest collection bears her influence to a greater extent. Not only did she work closely with Guillaume Poupart, chief merchandising officer of Tiger J LLC, on each item, but she also sketched and designed the finale dress, a backless black number trimmed in fringe. “I love seeing something on paper and then seeing it in real life,” she said, motioning toward the piece. “Each time, even when I do it with Nike, I still get chills.”

Williams called the collection “a little bit retro, romantic, and extremely innovative.” The fringed suede jackets and dresses are decidedly more posh than your typical HSN fare, and the shearling pieces are expected to retail at a luxury price point. “I want [my customers] to feel empowered. I want them to feel beautiful. The collection works on every size person. You should [be able] to look good and feel good and love who you are and, at the same time, be stylish. We want our ladies to be stylish, too,” she smiled.

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Drake is the new Jessica Simpson  … because he showed up Friday to watch girlfriend Serena Williams in the U.S. Open … and she lost!!! Williams was on the road to making history as only the sixth player ever to win all 4 grand slams in a year…

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Drake — Rock Hard … For Serena?

Drake is taking this SWOLL patrol thing very seriously, especially in the arms department … and it might have something to do with impressing his lady friend Serena Williams. Champagne Papi hit the gym — it was a curls-for-the-girls day … and…

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Drake’s Dad — ‘I Don’t Know Anything About Serena’ (Video)

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Common — Uncommonly Mature Over Serena Williams and Drake Romance (VIDEO)

Common seems genuinely happy Serena Williams is back with Drake … which is especially impressive given the history between the 2 rappers over the tennis superstar.  We got Common leaving Ebaldi in Bev Hills…

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Drake and Serena Williams Caught Kissing

It's official: the Twitterverse is freaking out over this hot new couple. This isn't the first time the 28-year-old hitmaker and the 33-year-old tennis champ have been romantically linked. Back in 2012, Drake and Common, who previously dated Williams, were rumored to have beef over the six-time U.S. Open champion. The "Started From the Bottom" singer was also spotted at Wimbleton last month, and he Instagrammed a shot of Serena after she claimed her sixth Wimbledon title. "Showtime Champ. A big plate for all that food you ate at Wimbledon!" he wrote. While neither Williams nor Drake have commented on their romance, the Twitterverse sure has a whole lot to say. Way to win at life, Drake.
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Serena Williams — Warned by Friends … Don’t Let Drake Play You Again!

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Take a peek! Venus and Serena Williams selling their shared NYC loft

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Why Serena Williams and Jennifer Lawrence Are Our New Body Image Role Models

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Serena Williams has dominated women’s tennis this year, sweeping the Australian Open, French Open, and last week’s Wimbledon tournament. But now stories about her astonishing record have been replaced with headlines about Williams’s appearance, beginning with a recent New York Times article.

The controversial piece on female tennis players, which aimed to explore the pressures of looking feminine on the court, was poorly received. Many readers took to Twitter to accuse the article of “body shaming” Williams’s muscular figure. Her legions of fans (who dub themselves #Renasarmy) quickly came to her defense, including author J. K. Rowling, who tweeted an image of the tennis superstar looking stunning in a red bandage dress.

The media and the masses have scrutinized female athletes’ looks for as long as women have been playing sports. Just recently, the head of the Confederation of Brazilian Football, Marco Aurelio Cunha, said women’s soccer had only gained popularity due to the rise of beautiful soccer players on the field and that “now the shorts are a bit shorter, the hair styles are more done up.” In his opinion, their looks were responsible for drawing in a record number of viewers for this year’s World Cup final—not Carli Lloyd’s impressive hat trick.



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The real novelty here isn’t the media taking aim at women’s bodies, it’s Williams’s attitude toward the controversy. On Sunday night, at the Champions dinner in London, Williams chose to wear an embellished, figure-hugging pink dress, which showed off her biceps and proved muscles and femininity aren’t mutually exclusive. This morning, she posted a photo on Instagram of herself in a bikini while lying on a beach in Sweden. Both sent out a strong message: She’s more than comfortable in her own skin.

Williams’s nonchalant attitude reminds us of another international superstar who is equally as unconcerned with the pressures of looking a certain way: Jennifer Lawrence. Just last week at San Diego’s Comic-Con, Lawrence spoke candidly, as she tends to do, about body expectations in Hollywood—a subject many young starlets prefer to avoid. After sharing a funny anecdote of a woman who swatted her hand away after she reached for a french fry, Lawrence talked about how weight standards have changed in her own career. “Once you get to a certain place, people will hire you and they want you to be in their movie, so they don’t care,” she said. “It’s more about the struggle for the actors and actresses who haven’t made it to a certain place.”

 



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Before she became one of the most well-paid and in-demand actresses of the moment, Lawrence faced those same unfair expectations. In a 2013 interview with Harper’s Bazaar she confessed, “Somebody told me I was fat, that I was going to get fired if I didn’t lose a certain amount of weight.” But Lawrence, much like Williams, did not succumb to the pressure. During interviews, red-carpet appearances, and press conferences, she continued to voice her love of food, and that she was not willing to starve herself to get ahead in her career. “I’d rather look a little chubby on camera and look like a person in real life, than look great onscreen and look like a scarecrow in real life,” she said back in 2011.

The body acceptance that Lawrence and Williams display is not just refreshing, it’s changing the standards of beauty in both sports and Hollywood—and their attitudes serve as an example for rising stars onstage, on the field, and beyond.

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An unfiltered look into the remarkable lives of the greatest sister act professional tennis has ever seen. With unprecedented access, the film tells the inspiring story of how these two women, against all odds, but with the help of visionary parents, made it to the top.

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All Over the Place – Serena Clarke

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A delightful, globe-hopping adventure for lovers of smart chick lit and romantic women’s fiction…the perfect sweet escape for fans of Lucy Diamond, Jill Mansell, and Miranda Dickinson. How far would you go to find the place you’re meant to be? It was a South Pacific paradise…until it wasn’t. After a reality TV disaster in New Zealand, Livi Callaway heads back to London, determined to stay under the radar. But her new life is complicated by unexpected visitors from her old one, and new dangers and temptations lie in wait. Late one night, she meets a mysteriously sexy American on the Underground—and the events that follow take her from the heart of London to the golden lights of Paris, via a trail of rock stars dead and alive. A family in disarray, a determined Swede, a crazed Australian, and a childhood friend (who might yet be more than that) have her all over the place as she tries to discover the American’s secret—while keeping her own. With help—and occasional hindrance—from her friends, what she eventually finds is something unexpected…sometimes, running away can lead you to exactly what you didn’t know you needed.

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The 10 Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Serena Williams, Doutzen Kroes, and More

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It’s cherry season! As evidenced by Baltimore’s Dooby’s café, which shared a sweet shot from the local farmers’ market, the small stone fruit—which marks the beginning of summer—is now ripe for the picking. Cass Bird dangled a pair of the tart drops in front of Angela Missoni, creating a well-executed optical illusion on the Italian coast, while Karen Elsons lakeside cannonball was made all the more playful with a retro, cherry red swimsuit. In more active arenas, April cover girl Serena Williams couldn’t resist snapping a locker room selfie with her French Open trophies—cementing her 20th grand slam singles title—the champion’s proud smile accompanied by a Nike-esque swoosh of black eyeliner. Hanne Gaby Odiele received a serve from fellow model Anna Ewers, this time of the table-tennis variety. And if the resort collections have you eager to up your above-the-neck accessory game, we recommend following Sandy Hullett—assistant to hairstylist Guido Palau—who this week shared a backstage glimpse of the dancer-inspired headscarves at Marc Jacobs. Or take a cue from Doutzen Kroes—because what pairs better with a baby blonde blowout than a baseball cap and over-the-top shades?

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George and Serena Pemberton (Academy Award® nominee Bradley Cooper and Academy Award® winner Jennifer Lawrence), love-struck newlyweds, begin to build a timber empire. Serena soon proves herself to be equal to any man: overseeing loggers, hunting rattlesnakes, even saving a man’s life in the wilderness. With power and influence now in their hands, the Pembertons refuse to let anyone stand in the way of their inflated love and ambitions. However, once Serena discovers George’s hidden past and faces an unchangeable fate of her own, the Pembertons’ passionate marriage begins to unravel.

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Serena Williams Wins French Open For 20th Grand Slam Title

Serena Williams has long established herself as the G.O.A.T. and she continued to pile on to her legacy after taking control of the French Open for her 20th Grand Slam Title.

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The No. 1-seeded Williams took the last six games and added to her 2002 and 2013 championships on the French Open’s red clay. Those go alongside six each from the U.S. Open and Australian Open, and five from Wimbledon.

“When I was a little girl, in California, my father and my mother wanted me to play tennis. And now I’m here, with 20 Grand Slam titles,” Williams said in French. “This is very special for me. I haven’t always played very well here, but I’m really happy to win the 20th here.”

Only two women in the century-plus history of Grand Slam tennis have won more major titles than the 33-year-old American: Margaret Smith Court with 24, and Steffi Graf with 22.

Williams also stretched her Grand Slam winning streak to 21 matches, following titles at the U.S. Open last September and Australian Open in January. She is the first woman since Jennifer Capriati in 2001 to win the Australian Open and French Open back-to-back and will head to the grass courts of Wimbledon this month with a chance to extend a bid to do just about the only thing she hasn’t accomplished: win a calendar-year Grand Slam.

Williams closed the first game with a 120 mph (194 kph) ace. As if to prove her timing on returns was just fine, too, she pounded a 104 mph (167 kph) serve with a cross-court forehand so powerful and precise that Safarova didn’t bother to step toward the ball, watching the winner sail by for a break that made it 3-1 on the way to an simple first set.

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Beyonce might wanna watch her back, cause Serena Williams is channeling her inner Queen Bey — and doing a pretty damn good job at it in a brand new video. Serena –  the cover girl for April’s issue of Vogue — teamed up with the mag to take over…

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Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and More attend the Cinema Society’s Screening of Serena

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“I forced him to do it—a little bit,” teased Jennifer Lawrence at last night’s Dior Beauty–sponsored Cinema Society screening of Serena. The Dior Haute Couture–clad beauty was referring to Bradley Cooper, of course—her costar in the Susanne Bier–directed 1930s period drama. The pair acted as a husband and wife forging a timber empire in violent tandem in North Carolina in the bleak, industry-minded romance. The screening brought the likes of Josh Lucas, Tali Lennox, Dylan Lauren, and Vogue’s own Grace Coddington to the East Village’s Landmark Sunshine Cinema.

“I read the script while we were working on Silver Linings Playbook,” explained Lawrence just minutes before the screening started, “And any male role is going to make me think of Bradley—because he is the best.”

“We never [bicker]. Never about where to go to dinner. [And] Coop did things that still make me laugh,” continued Lawrence. Cooper chimed in, “I respect her so much as a professional, as an actor, and I think she’s the best there is. So I just learn from her. You always want to work with people who are better than you.”

The foreboding epic gave way to a party at the Top of the Standard moments after the film let out, with Jason Wu, Dorian Grinspan, and more showing up to dance, snack on mini lobster rolls, and sip champagne.

“Honestly, [the beginning of our collaboration] was just happenstance,” reflected Cooper as the night came to a close. “And we all know how that turned out.”

 

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Why Serena Williams Is Best Friends with Her Fiercest Competitor

Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, April 2015

Fresh off her nineteenth Grand Slam, Serena Williams talks to Rebecca Johnson about fitness, forgiveness, and her friendship with tennis rival Caroline Wozniacki.

When the news broke last May that Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy had broken off his engagement to tennis champion Caroline Wozniacki—over a telephone call, no less—Serena Williams immediately began phoning and texting her best friend on the professional women’s tour. “I was devastated,” she says. “I had planned the bachelorette party!”

Six months later, Wozniacki and Williams are sitting, thigh to thigh, on a love seat in Williams’s Palm Beach Gardens house in Florida discussing the debacle. “My phone was going crazy,” Wozniacki remembers. “But I didn’t want to talk to anyone.” Most people got the message and stopped trying. But Serena Williams isn’t most people.

“I kept calling,” Williams says unapologetically.

Wozniacki smiles at the memory. “First she texted, ‘If you don’t pick up, I am going to fly to Monaco.’ And then, ‘If you don’t answer the door, I am going to knock it down.’ So I thought, OK, I better answer the phone. And I am so glad I did. She wasn’t pitying me, like a lot of people were. I mean, it’s not like anyone died. I was in shock, but she was really helpful because she had been through it before. She didn’t sugarcoat it, and she didn’t look down on me. She was really there for me when I needed her the most, and that’s why I think our friendship is so strong now.”

“I was impressed with how strong she was,” Williams says. “And you know, there will be other engagement parties.” She pauses a beat. “Many.”

And that’s when Wozniacki and Williams do the thing they do, oh, every three minutes when they are sitting together. They burst into giggles. Full on, eye-crinkling, doubled over, hiccuping guffaws, the kind you mostly see between teenage girls after the hot guy from homeroom walks by. Could these be the same warriors who, only weeks earlier, had gone toe-to-toe in a bruising three-set match in Singapore, a pitched battle during which Serena destroyed a racket in a fit of rage?



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“I don’t ever want to stop,” says the number one–ranked female player in the world. Donna Karan New York red silk-jersey dress.

Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, April 2015

“Let’s just put an end to this myth that women players cannot be friends,” Williams says. “We can!” But traditionally, they haven’t been. Steffi Graf, Monica Seles, Maria Sharapova—champions all, but none noted for her cuddliness on, or off, the court. Roger Federer might have dinner with Stan Wawrinka after a match, but among the women, it’s mostly cold shoulders. “It’s something players cultivate to keep their edge,” explains Mary Joe Fernandez, a former top-ten player who is now the captain of the American Fed Cup team. Having her sister Venus with her on tour may have made Serena Williams even more insular. When your best friend is with you day in and day out, why risk becoming vulnerable to another person? Especially if that person might someday stand between you and a $ 3 million prize.

But as Serena Williams has entered the golden age of her career, a moment when her fitness, court intelligence, and legendary focus have combined to make her practically unbeatable, she has done something that has surprised many in the tennis world. She has mellowed. You can see it in her friendship with Wozniacki. You can see it in the confident way she cruised to victory against Sharapova last January in Australia. “I was really calm and positive,” she tells me later about her nineteenth Grand Slam title. “I knew I couldn’t get crazy on the court. I have done everything I wanted to do in tennis. There’s nothing missing, so all I have to do is go out there and do what I do best.” Finally, you can see it in her recently announced decision to go back to Indian Wells, a tournament she had vowed to boycott permanently after the largely white, largely senior audience booed the then–nineteen-year-old player throughout an entire match. The crowd had believed that Venus had pulled out of a match at the last minute to make sure the two did not play each other in the semifinals. It is a testament to her grit that Serena won on that difficult day, but she spent the next several hours weeping in the locker room. “Say whatever you want about me and Venus,” Williams would later write in her autobiography, “at the end of the day we were just a couple of kids, trying to do our best.”

Injuries come and go, but that wound refused to heal. Every year, officials at the tournament begged her to come back. Every year, she said no. Even a new owner, billionaire Larry Ellison, and his multimillion-dollar makeover of the tournament—there’s now a Nobu—did not sway her. Then, about a year and a half ago, Williams spent Christmas vacation reading Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom. His account of his struggles caused her to reflect on how she was walking through her own life. “That’s when I realized I had to go back,” she says. “I always talk about forgiveness, but I needed to actually show it. It was time to move on.” After she made the announcement in February, you could practically hear the tennis world sigh with relief. As Mary Joe Fernandez says, “She’s changed, but so has tennis. We’re never going to see anything like the Williams sisters again in American tennis, so having her back at such an important tournament is like seeing a circle close. She’s one tough cookie, but she has the biggest heart.”

It’s hard and lonely at the top,” Williams observes. “That’s why it’s so fun to have Caroline and my sister, too

There are a few linespeople out there who might argue about the heart—more than once Williams has lost her temper with officials over a dubious call—but it is the complexity of her character that makes her such a compelling figure. We love Serena Williams because, honestly, who among us hasn’t lost it at some point? Anyone in the public eye for that long must get fed up with certain aspects of celebrity. A few months after Palm Beach Gardens, I followed Serena down to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she was playing in a Fed Cup tournament, a modest event she would normally pass up were she not determined to play for the U.S. in the Olympics next year (if she qualifies, it will be her fourth time at the Games). Seated at the press conference after trouncing her opponent, she seemed dismissive of the questions from the 25-year-old bloggers—“Have you had a chance to see our city?” “Why are you wearing long sleeves?” On the other hand, earlier in the day she hugged me hello. Hugged! In all my years of writing profiles, I can’t remember any subject ever hugging me. Like I said, she’s complicated.

Williams is the first to acknowledge that her heart doesn’t always come through. As she tells me in Florida: “On the court, I am fierce! I am mean and I am tough. I am completely opposite off the court. My confidence just isn’t the same. I wish I was more like I am on the court. Nobody would know that I am constantly crying or complaining.”

“No,” Wozniacki objects, mock-horrified. “You do that?”

She does. Only minutes earlier, Williams had been complaining about the layer of winter weight that had settled around her body. In a few weeks, she will begin the intense training that precedes her Grand Slam events, training that will clearly pay off at the Australian Open. “I should have gone on a diet weeks ago,” she moans.

“We all get that off season,” Wozniacki reassures her. I’m not sure what they were talking about. Both look magnificently fit. Earlier that month Wozniacki had even run the New York City Marathon, a project she undertook to help her forget that November was the month she was to have been married. And Williams has long been among the most powerful players on the tour, thanks, initially, to Venus, who insisted they hire a physiotherapist when they were still teenagers. “Nowadays everybody goes to the gym,” Serena says. “But when I won my first Grand Slam, I had never been.” Even then, however, she was ambivalent about her naturally muscular physique, refusing to lift weights lest her arms get bigger. “I hated my arms,” she remembers. “I wanted them to look soft.” To this day, she uses TheraBands instead of weights to avoid overdeveloping her muscles.

Once the sisters started training seriously, everything in women’s tennis changed, of course, something Mary Joe Fernandez remembers all too well. “When I started out, it was about being consistent and steady. When they started hitting with so much power, everybody had to change their game too.” At 28, and recovering from wrist surgery, Fernandez didn’t think she could make that transition, so she retired. Now, however, she appreciates having the Williamses around on the Fed Cup tour so the younger players can see up close just how hard they work. “Serena is in the gym every day and before every match, doing her stretches and warm-up. She is so strong but so flexible. She can do the splits. Her core is like a rock. That stuff doesn’t come naturally; that comes from work.”

She won her first major at seventeen, and now she’s winning at 33?” says Brad Gilbert. “That kind of longevity is unheard-of

Unlike most elite athletes, Serena Williams has spent her entire life competing against the person to whom she is probably closest in the world. As a child, she was so enthralled by sister Venus that their mother would force Serena to order first at restaurants; otherwise, she would just get whatever Venus was having. Even now, well into their 30s and millionaires many times over, the two sisters continue to live together in a Florida mansion only fifteen minutes away from their father (their mother lives in L.A.). When she is in town, Serena will have her father come over and coach her from the sidelines while she rallies with various hitting partners. (The most entertaining moment in Maiken Baird and Michelle Major’s documentary on the sisters from a few years ago is watching Serena berate Sascha Bajin, her long-suffering hitting partner, for returning the ball too softly to her. “You were just, like, hitting patty-cake!” she fumes.)

Venus, the interior designer, has decorated their Florida house with a casually feminine polish. The floors are shiny marble; the crystal chandeliers are as large as lawn mowers. The upholstery on the ottoman is leopard-skin print. When I visited, there was a large wooden crate in the foyer that had yet to be opened. Inside lay Serena’s trophy for winning the U.S. Open a few months earlier (thanks to a lackluster Wozniacki in the final). How long had the crate been there? I asked an assistant. She wasn’t sure. When you’ve won that many Grand Slams, what’s another trophy?

In order to beat her sister, Serena learned early on how to disconnect her emotions from the person on the other side of the net. “I don’t look at Venus on the court. I can’t,” she said. “If I am winning, I might feel sorry for her. If I’m losing, I will want to knock her out.” With the onset of her sister’s battle with Sjögren’s syndrome, the autoimmune disease that has drastically depleted Venus’s energy and caused a host of other health issues, Serena feels even more conflicted about beating her on the court. “She has gone through so much,” she says, suddenly serious. “Living with her, seeing her go through it, I don’t even know how she’s still playing.” (She is, though—and currently ranked seventeen.)

Serena Williams hates losing so badly that she won’t play a game during practice, preferring instead to concentrate on the structure of a single point. “I am such a perfectionist, if I lose a game,” she says, “I go crazy.” As much as she wants to win, she can’t help feeling kind of bad when her good friend loses. After that bruising showdown in Singapore, Williams slipped a note into Wozniacki’s bag, a drawing of an eye and a heart. It was a gesture both tender and surprisingly girlish, but it worked. “I was upset I couldn’t close that match out,” Wozniacki says. “So when Serena came into the locker room and said, ‘I’m sorry,’ I was mad and said, ‘Will you retire?’ But then I got the note, and it was sweet, so I got over it.”

Younger than Serena by almost a decade, Wozniacki has a point. At 33, most players really should retire. But Williams isn’t most people. “It is unbelievable what Serena is doing right now,” says Brad Gilbert, a former professional player who is now a top coach. “She won her first major at seventeen, and now she’s winning at the age of 33? That’s a range of sixteen years. Whether for men or women, that kind of longevity in tennis is unheard-of.”

Williams now belongs to an echelon of athletes—Tom Brady, Tim Duncan—who continue to perform at the highest level well past their expected prime. Williams attributes her own staying power to the physical training she started so young—and a reduced schedule. “I don’t know how people play 32 tournaments a year. The maximum I played was seventeen, and even then I didn’t feel like I had a life.” By playing less, she has avoided the physical and emotional burnout that leaves so many players embittered or ambivalent. It was during the absences imposed by injuries, especially a blood clot in 2011, that she began wondering if she’d ever play again. “I really missed being out there,” she says. “Not the crowd or the atmosphere. I just missed hitting the ball. I realized then, Wow, when am I going to retire? Because I don’t ever want to stop.”

Five years ago, it was Wozniacki who was ranked number one, an astonishing feat for a player then only 20 years old, though some speculate she never would have made it that far had players like Justine Henin and Kim Clij­sters not been winding down their careers. As injured players like Williams and Maria Sharapova returned, Wozniacki’s ranking bounced around, mostly staying in the top ten. (She’s now ranked at five.) But for two years she was one of the very few people in the world, like Williams, to breathe the rarefied air of number one.

Strangely enough, it’s not a position either of them particularly relishes. “It’s hard and lonely at the top,” Williams observes. “That’s why it’s so fun to have Caroline and my sister, too. You’re a target when you’re number one. Everyone wants to beat you. Everyone talks behind your back, and you get a lot more criticism. God forbid I lose. It’s like ‘Why?’ Well, I am human.”

“The worst was when they said, ‘Caroline was beaten by a player ranked below her,’ ” Wozniacki says. “Hello—when you’re number one, everyone is ranked below you.

“There are always people who aren’t going to like you,” Williams says. “Look at Jesus; there are people who didn’t like him.”

“Wait, are you comparing yourself to Jesus?” Caroline asks. It is, I’ve noticed, her role to elbow Serena in the ribs whenever she says anything too far out.

“Oh, God, no, I am far from it. As everyone knows. But as a Christian, I do try to be Christlike.”

She got an opportunity to be supremely forgiving of Wozniacki in 2012 when Caroline blatantly stuffed her bra and skirt in an imitation of Serena’s physique during an exhibition match in Brazil. It was meant as a joke. “I never would’ve done it if Serena and I weren’t friends,” Wozniacki says. “And hey, who wouldn’t want big boobs?”

“Me,” Serena puts her hand up. “Hello? Me!”

Nevertheless, prominent African-American women like Whoopi Goldberg took umbrage at the caricature of the overripe Hottentot Venus, a visual meme that a young woman from Denmark, the daughter of a professional soccer player originally from Poland, might not fully grasp. And so Williams, who had a very different coming-of-age in crime-ridden Compton, California, and even lost her sister Yetunde to a random act of gang violence, came to her friend’s defense. “I wasn’t offended,” Williams says. “And I felt bad for her because this girl does not have a mean bone in her body.”



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“She was really there for me when I needed her the most,” says Caroline Wozniacki of Williams. Michael Kors indigo belted swimsuit.

Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, April 2015

One of the few women who do know what it’s like to be at the top of women’s tennis is Chris Evert, who has watched the Williams/Wozniacki friendship with a mixture of déjà vu and some bemusement. “In the past, the Williams sisters always stuck together, so it’s nice to see that friendship develop between the two of them. On the court, they have such different styles—Caroline is very reserved, and Serena is more emotional. She really wears her heart on her sleeve. But when you talk to them you see they have a lot in common. Caroline is always happy and doesn’t stop talking, and Serena is a real girl’s girl.” (That’s for sure. Before our interview could start, the two spent a good five minutes gushing over pictures on an iPhone of clothes Caroline had recently bought.)

Like Williams, Evert developed a close relationship with her rival, Martina Navratilova. But unlike Williams, Evert eventually felt the need to create some distance. Practicing with the competition turned out to be bad for winning. “She’d gotten to know my game so well,” says Evert, “she started beating me.” Williams says she has enjoyed sharing strategy with Caroline, but, tellingly, the two have never actually hit together just for fun. When, last year, they shared a house in the Bahamas for a few days, Williams suggested they try it, but Wozniacki demurred. “I play tennis all year,” she says now. “On my vacation, I did not want to hit.”

Instead, the two got up every morning, put on their bikinis, and hit the pool. At night, they went out. Williams claims the men swarmed all over Caroline, while ignoring her. “I am really shy. I don’t talk to guys.”

“You don’t talk to guys?” Caroline says in disbelief. “That is a lie.”

“Friends? Yes. But a potential? No. I get nervous that I will say the wrong thing, and then I just start laughing.”

“Serena travels with a big entourage,” Caroline explains. “Some guys get intimidated by that. Both of our dream guys are out there, just waiting.”

Earlier, Williams had talked about her desire to start a family and have children, but now she shrugs. “I guess,” she says, sounding unconvinced. “I’m not even looking for it.” When the tennis does end, she has plans to expand her interest in fashion beyond her current clothing line on the Home Shopping Network into something more high-end. She also hopes to increase her philanthropic activities—there’s a school in Kenya she has funded, along with a nursing scholarship named after her slain sister, and a partnership with the Equal Justice Initiative, an Alabama-based nonprofit that provides legal representation to indigent clients. But for now, and the near future, Williams isn’t ready to take her foot off the pedal. As she says, “I feel like I have a desire to be better than ever. I am never, ever, satisfied. I always want to do more, be more, reach a new level. Not just in tennis but in everything I do.”

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In this story: Hair: Holli Smith; Makeup: Francelle; Production Design: Mary Howard; Produced by Beth Henning

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If there’s one thing her opponent should know, it’s that Serena Williams isn’t afraid to make bold moves on the court. And the same can be said of her fashion choices. Currently the world’s number one female singles tennis player, Williams, at only 33, has amassed a stylish following, making headlines in years past wearing denim skirts, vibrant color, and even prints in competition. It’s what prompted the 34 Grand Slam–title holder to develop her own line, first with Puma, and then with Nike.

She cuts a mean figure off the court too, favoring fitted designs from Burberry, Narciso Rodriguez, and Victoria Beckham. And this past year saw her push her style into even more glamorous territory: at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Dinner, Williams stunned in a deceptively simple sapphire dress by ZAC Zac Posen that flattered her statuesque physique. The custom scarlet Ines Di Santo look she wore to the Vanity Fair Oscar party earlier this year was also a hit, from the Angelina Jolie–esque slit on the front to the floating petal in the back.

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Just when we thought we couldn’t love Vogue anymore, they go and put Serena Williams on their cover for the second time.

The athlete is on the April issue, which was shot by legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz. In the image, we see Williams in a navy blue Rag & Bone sheath dress, natural makeup and, of course, her gorgeous curly hair.

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The full article, which appears on Vogue.com, talks about Williams’ friendship with tennis champion (and competitor) Caroline Wozniacki, her plans to expand her interest in fashion beyond her current clothing line on the Home Shopping Network and how she used to hate her toned arms.

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