Source: Instagram/venuswilliams

Venus Williams Resembles Sister Serena as She Shares What She Misses Most Amid the Pandemic

Kareena Koirala
Jan 31, 2021
01:20 P.M.
Share this pen

Venus Williams looked like her sister Serena's identical twin in a post where she revealed what she misses the most amid the pandemic, and no, it's not tennis.


Venus Williams joined forces with Spike Lee for a star-studded campaign, "WELL Health-Safety Rating," to encourage people to look for spaces with branded safety seals on the doors and windows to feel more confident about the safety.

As the world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more businesses are opening their doors to people after a long pause. Amid the uncertainty, people may hesitate to go inside buildings and spaces.



To make them feel secure and confident, the campaign ensures a property has taken necessary steps to keep their staff and visitors safe from the virus. Venus was happy to be a part of it.

Taking to her Instagram, Williams shared a video to spread awareness about the "WELL Health-Safety Rating" project. She looked like her sister Serena Williams' twin as she educated her fans about what the safety seal is about.


In the caption, the tennis champ shared that dancing and crowds are the two things she truly misses. Just like her fans, she cannot wait to get back out there, but she does realize the importance of safety.

Venus and Serena have been playing together since they were 8.



Venus might be longing to do her favorite things out there, but it does not mean she is cooped up at home. She and Serena touched down in Adelaide over a week ago to train for the Australian Open.

Special arrangements were made for the power duo along with leading players, including Naomi Osaka, so they could train. Venus recently made an appearance in "The Kelly Clarkson Show" to talk about playing tennis with Serena.

Serena Williams and sister Venus Williams share a hug after their third round match in the US Open on August 2018. | Source: Getty Images



Venus and Serena have been playing together since they were 8. Although people see rivalry in the court, the sisters do not feel that way. Talking about how it is like, Venus said:

"It's the best feeling. I'm still the big sister. A lot of people ask me what are you favorite moments in the court and I'm always like, 'Oh my gosh, when I play with my sister.'"


During the US Open in 2018, the tennis superstar said Serena brings out the best in her. When she faces her sister on the court, she knows she just has to play the best tennis.

Throughout their career, Venus and Serena have pushed each other to be what they are today. They became the first siblings to meet for a Grand Slam singles title in the 2001 Open championship match. Truly iconic.


We at news.AmoMama.com do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDС, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated.Take care!