Check Out Venus Williams' Enviable Thighs as She Poses with Her Dog in Cheetah-Print Shorts
Venus Williams proved she is a fashionista as she stepped out with her dog. The tennis champion flaunted her long legs and enviable thighs in a photo shared on Instagram.
Now that the 2021 Australian Open is over, seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams can relax, let her hair down, and enjoy the time off.
In her latest Instagram post, Williams showed her fans that she is still in good spirits after suffering a brutal ankle injury during her match against Italy's Sara Errani on February 10.
In the photo, Williams' bright aura glowed as she posed for a picture outdoors on clear pavement, surrounded by lush green trees and bushes. The tennis star was captured holding her adorable fluffy dog. She captioned:
"Stepping out with my baby."
Williams rocked an outfit from her sister, Serena Williams' eponymous clothing line. The casual-chic look featured a yellow cheetah-print top with matching shorts that showed off her long sculpted legs and enviable thighs.
The sports star paired her look with colorful Louis Vuitton sneakers, and she wore her dark straight hair down so it reached her back, completing her flirty feminine ensemble.
Williams' comments section was vibrant with fans who agreed that she looked phenomenal as always. Like her sister, Williams has always had a keen eye for fashion and even has her own clothing line, EleVen by Venus Williams.
The athlete told Vogue that she pours the same energy into her passions, whether it's tennis or fashion. With her brand, Williams hopes to inspire other women to be great. She added:
"Our mission at EleVen is pretty simple. To fashion healthier lives...EleVen is a lifestyle.
When she launched the EleVen by Venus Williams x Wonder Woman collection in August last year, Williams hoped to inspire women to be motivated, confident, and strong.
The limited-edition line which featured athleisurewear pieces drew on Wonder Woman's insignias with gold and Swarovski crystals to make women feel like superheroes in the attire.
Williams doesn't want women to only feel powerful in clothes. She also wants the strength to be reflected in the tennis world. Hence, she is an activist for equal pay for female tennis players.
The star has been at the forefront of a fight to close the gap in the prize money that female tennis players received compared to their male counterparts. In 2007, she won her battle, becoming the first woman to receive equal play at Wimbledon.