Serena Williams' Sweet Message to Sister Venus as They Share a Hug
Serena Williams posted a photo on Instagram of herself and her sister and rival Venus Williams, showing her love.
Serena Williams and her sister Venus have often been photographed squaring up on a tennis court with a net between them.
Now, Serena has posted a photo on Instagram that shows the warm and powerful bond between the sport's most famous siblings.
SERENA AND VENUS WILLIAMS' SISTERLY BOND
Serena and Venus have been rivals on the tennis court, but off it, the sisters are devoted to each other.
Serena's snap shows the sisters cuddling each other tenderly, and she captioned it:
"Nobody loves you like I do. @venuswilliams #sisters"
The Williams sisters first competed against each other in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open
VENUS WILLIAMS RESPONDED TO POST
Venus replied to Serena's sweet message in the comments section of the Instagram post.
“Accept… how I love you!” she wrote, and added four red heart emojis.
VENUS WILLIAMS SHOWS SERENA LOVE
“So proud of this glamorous glamazon fashion diva businesswoman.”
RIVALS ON THE TENNIS COURT
The Williams sisters first competed against each other in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open, and have faced off numerous times since.
They last faced each other ar the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in December 2018, where Venus triumphed over her younger sister.
One thing is for certain, no matter who wins on the tennis court, nothing could ever come between these two women, who have shown their dedication to each other again and again.
SERENA AND VENUS WILLIAMS SPEAK ABOUT VIOLENCE
Serena and Venus Williams are no strangers to the tragedy brought about by violence in the Compton, California community.
The sisters opened up about how violence has affected them personally to a panel of community activists moderated by Jemele Hill.
Serena spoke about the death of her sister, Yetunde Price who was killed in September 2003, the victim of a drive-by shooting in Compton.
“Well, violence has affected our lives personally — we lost our sister, she was the oldest — to violence. But I think what people don’t realize is how violence really affects not only your family, but your friends, your neighbors,” she said.
Serena choked up, and Venus took up the narrative, revealing how the loss of their sister at 31 had shattered them.
“Violence not only affects the victim’s family, but also the family of the perpetrator. It ruins their lives as well. If you’re a mother or father, it’s not your plan to have your child commit this. It ruins lives," Venus said.
The Williams sisters have never forgotten their community, and are active in several programs created to improve conditions in Compton, and fight the root causes of violence.