Venus Williams Shows Her Thighs & Derrière in Pics Wearing Skintight White Pants & Matching Top
Tennis superstar Venus Williams showed off her youthful beauty in pictures she recently shared on Instagram. She displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a body-hugging white outfit.
Venus Williams is one of the most prominent tennis athletes in history, along with her sister, Serena Williams. But besides tennis, Venus is also an icon in the fashion department.
The tennis legend recently blessed her fans with stunning pictures of herself on the online platform, proving that even at 40, she is still fit and fabulous.
Venus leaned sideways against the white wall while maintaining her focus on the camera. The EleVen founder's beauty glowed perfectly under the natural light.
Aside from displaying her bangs and straight hair, Venus flaunted her incredible figure in tight white pants and a long-sleeved shirt. She captioned her post:
"I love the weekend to relax, play tennis and be with family..."
Besides quality time with her family, the seven-time Grand Slam champion also noted in her post that she has her eyes on the upcoming tennis tournaments.
She expressed that playing for the semi-finals and finals has been her goal for the weekend. In her last photo, Venus delivered a fun facial expression, revealing her structured cheekbones.
Many fans agreed with Venus' goal and wished the tennis legend a fun weekend. A user expressed that Venus looked flawless, while another one praised her stunning outfit.
After sharing her goal, Venus expressed hope to play in the 2021 Olympics with Serena. In a recent interview, she told James Corden that her sister is "the best partner" for her.
The older Williams suffered a painful ankle injury during the match.
Venus had been to five Olympic Games. She competed in Rio, London, Beijing, Athens, and Sydney, where she bagged gold and silver medals with her 39-year-old sister.
One of Venus's most remarkable victories was when she won the Wimbledon tournament in 2000 for the first time. She was the second Black female to win after Althea Gibson in 1957 and 1958.
In February, Venus lost to Italian tennis player Sara Errani in the second round of the Australian Open. The older Williams suffered a painful ankle injury during the match.
Many people admired Venus for showing strength despite her loss. She noted in her Instagram post following her injury that one couldn't prepare for a disaster or triumph and that one "can't control it all."