Check Out Venus Williams’ Chic Attire for Australian Open 2021

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Seven-time Grand Slam winner, Venus Williams is one of the most decorated players in the women’s game and has enjoyed tremendous success over the years on Tour. Venus, along with her sister Serena, has won 14 doubles titles at various Grand Slam events. Even at the Olympic Games, Venus has four Gold medals; one in singles and the other three in doubles.

The 40-year-old has won 49 titles on the WTA Tour and only trails her sister amongst the active players. When the two sisters would compete against each other in their early days, the brutal force in their groundstrokes was frightful. Due to her all-court game, she can produce winners from any position on the court.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 15: Venus Williams of the United States celebrates after winning match point in her first-round match against Mihaela Buzarnescu of Romania during day two of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 15, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Venus Williams Will Be Wearing an Outfit Designed by Eleven by Venus

Another aspect of Venus was her outfits for the Majors. There would be speculations and discussion about the attire she would wear for the matches. With the Australian Open around the corner, Venus will be wearing an elegant mint green outfit. At the first glance itself, the sight of the color is soothing. As compared to her outfits from the past, the current one doesn’t involve many colors and has its own charm.

This outfit happens to be designed by her own company, ‘Eleven by Venus’. The five-time Wimbledon winner posted a picture on Instagram along with a caption, First Eleven by Venus drop of 2021 and it feels GOOD – introducing Forest Star! I’m rocking the Queen Skater Dress in mint.” 

The former World No. 1 will be competing at the Australian Open where she has previously made the final in 2017. Venus ended up losing to her sister Serena in straight sets, which also remains Serena’s last Grand Slam title.

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