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Serena Jameka Williams is a 35 year old professional tennis player in America. Serena has ranked No.1 in singles on seven occasions. She has an outgoing personality, unique fashion sense and started with her sister Venus at the age of three. Serena Williams was born on September 26, 1981. She was born in Saginaw, Michigan but grew up in the Los Angeles suburb Compton, where their father ran a private security firm. She is the youngest of her five sisters. Serena and Venus started practicing tennis with her dad at three years old for two hours everyday. Their dad put them in Compton to see the ugly in the world and show their will be struggle trying to get to the top. Serena’s job is to play tennis, get to the top and make her fans happy. …show more content…
Once she turned nine she went to the Tennis Academy. After that she went to The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale Florida. Serena said herself that if she could no longer play tennis she would be an actress. Serena says she is a Jehovah's witness but she has never been baptised. Serena’s talent is to play tennis and then win the game. Serena has made seven books from 2003-2015. She is five feet nine inches;and a libra.Serena’s net worth is $ 145 million. Serena made her professional debut at the Bell Challenge when she was fourteen years old. Serena just played professional tennis and got better with her sister Venus Williams. The people who were influential in helping her become a professional player were many. Her dad was the most influential because he was her first coach. Then her mom,Venus,older sister and the people at the Tennis Academy of Rick Macci. Serena stands out because of how early she started perfected her craft. But also of how she started from the bottom and rose to the top. She won a record three doubles gold in the

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