HBO’s new documentary series focuses on tennis champion Serena Williams
World’s iconic tennis player Serena Williams sets another land mark after achieving victories in 39 Grand Slam titles along with 23 Grand Slam singles trophies. A series of documentary airs on HBO Being Serena, chronicling tennis icon at pivotal moments in her personal and professional life.
It is produced by HBO Sports and IMG’s Original Content group, which will for the first time provide access to William’s life during her pregnancy, new motherhood and marriage, while documenting her journey back to supremacy on the court.
The tennis star herself will be providing insights of her landmark career, family life and expanding role as a businesswoman and investor in the worlds of tech, fashion, fitness and philanthropy.
Star studded premiere of Being Serena took place in last week of April in New York.
The star has arrived. 🙌🏽 Alexis and Serena looking great! ❤️ #BeingSerena – From Tashara Jones' IG page pic.twitter.com/XLFUB2clmM
— Chad (@CCSMOOTH13) April 26, 2018
36 years old Serena Williams is one of the most dominant female tennis player world has ever seen, with 39 Grand Slam titles, four Olympic Gold Medals and the most women’s singles match victories in Grand Slam history. Her supremacy on the court earned her Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year honors in 2015 and she has been four time winner of the Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year, first in 2002 and recent in 2015. Williams is returning to tennis court after giving birth to a baby girl last year. She is to compete in her first Grand Slam event of the year at the French Open in the month of May.
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