About Venus Williams
It has been stated that the overall amount of Venus Williams net worth reaches an estimate of 60 million dollars. She is considered to be one of the best female tennis players of all time. Venus Williams has accumulated her net worth through her prize money and also endorsement deals.
Venus Williams is also known as a former Number One tennis player in the world. In 2013, it was claimed that she held the 36th position in the list of tennis singles. Thus, it is obvious that she was really successful during her time as a tennis player, career, which brought millions of dollars to Venus Williams net worth.
Venus Williams has been titled as World Number One Tennis Player by Women’s Tennis Association three times. In 2002, she gained this title for the first time. She became the first colored woman to receive such a title. Venus Williams has been credited with making a reform of female tennis world and proving that women can also be successful in this sports branch. Venus Williams is also regarded as one of the best female athletes of her generation.
Talking about Grand Slam titles, she holds seven of them.
Talking about her participation in Olympic games, Venus Williams has four gold medals, one of the being from singles and three of them from doubles. Moreover, she and her sister Serena Williams have won the most Olympic medals than any other female tennis players. In 2000 Olympic Games, which took place in Sydney, Venus Williams became the second female tennis player, who won medals in both singles and doubles, the record which was previously set by Helen Wills Moody in 1924.
However, when talking about competition between her and her sister, Serena Williams holds more titles than Venus Williams. Nevertheless, the sisters are going neck in neck and their net worth are supposed to get even higher, including Venus Williams net worth. Moreover, since 1998 Venus Williams has played against her sister Serena Williams in 24 matches. Here again, Serena Williams proved to be more successful than her sister, with winning 14 matches out of these 24.