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Biography of Venus Ebony Starr Williams


PERSONAL
  • Full Name: Venus Ebony Starr Williams
  • Profession:  Tennis player
  • Place Of Birth: Lynwood, California
  • Birth date: Tuesday, June 17, 1980
  • Zodiac: Gemini
  • Nationality: American
BIOGRAPHY
Venus Ebony Starr Williams
Venus Williams was born with the name Venus Ebony Starr Williams is a professional tennis player of Afro-Americans singles who once was ranked as the best one in the world since reaching 7 Grand Slam titles, with each of the five times Wimbledon titles (2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, and 2008).

Venus was born of a tennis coach, Richard Williams and Oracene Price. Where his mother had previously had a son named Yetunde, Isha and Lyndrea. However, Yetunde died on September 14, 2003 as a result of the shooting carried out by a number of gangsters. Biological sister Venus, Serena Williams, is also a professional tennis player of American pride.


Venus was first known when his father encouraged him to play tennis on the tennis court in Los Angeles, not far from their homes. In the beginning, Venus and her sister Serena, joining the school's tennis Macci. However, several other white players always talking bad about Venus and Serena. Their father had finally decided to train his own children at home. Venus's father, who was a farmer from Louisiana, trying to teach tennis to Venus through books and videos that he learned on his own. The family originally lived in indeed Venus Louisiana, but then they moved to Compton, due to the high number of illegal activities of gangsters in Louisiana.

At the age of 10, Venus is already in full swing playing tennis, even four years later, he has become a professional tennis player. In his first match, he defeated Shaun Stafford in the Bank of the West Classic in California. When he stepped on a 17 year old, Venus won the gold medal at the Sydney Olympic Games to a single number. While in dual numbers, she and her younger sister, Serena, won the 2nd position. With Serena, Venus becomes the opponent and also his play when competing. They have won the title 10 times in Grand Slams. In addition to the always together on the Court, Venus and Serena have also lived together in a house in Florida, where their parents still continue to train both.

The year 2003 was a difficult year for Venus, where he suffered an injury and lost his sister due to the murder. Several times Venus was forced to absent in the match, but he still excels when the back down to the field, be it play itself or when playing with her sister Serena. In 2011, he was sentenced to suffer from Sjogren's syndrome, a chronic disease in which white blood cells invade the glands that produce tears and can cause dysfunction of organs and body systems. As a result of the disease, Venus had to be absent in the Auckland Classic to be held during 2-7 January 2011. However, he made sure to fight to keep it could appear at the London 2012 Olympics in July later.

Outside the Court, Venus is an art student and has received a certificate in interior design. He has started a business brand shirt ' EleVen ' and launched an interior design company named ' V Starr Interiors '. Venus is also active in UNESCO, where his job is as an Ambassador between the position of equality of men and women around the world.

AWARDS
Grand Slam women's singles
  • 2000, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon against Lindsay Davenport
  • 2000, first prize at the US Open against Lindsay Davenport
  • 2001, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon against Justine Henin
  • 2001, the first Champion at the US Open against Serena Williams
  • 2005, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon against Lindsay Davenport
  • 2007, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon against Marion Bartoli
  • 2008, first place in the tournament of Wimbledon against Serena Williams
Grand Slam women's doubles
  • 1999, first prize at the French Open with Serena Williams
  • 1999, first prize at the US Open with Serena Williams
  • 2000, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon with Serena Williams
  • 2001, the first Champion at the Australian Open with Serena Williams
  • 2002, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon with Serena Williams
  • 2003, first prize at the Australian Open with Serena Williams
  • 2008, first place in the tournament of Wimbledon with Serena Williams
  • 2009, first prize at the Australian Open with Serena Williams
  • 2009, first prize in the tournament of Wimbledon with Serena Williams
  • 2009, first prize at the US Open with Serena Williams
  • 2010, the first Champion at the Australian Open with Serena Williams
  • 2010, the first Champion in the French Open with Serena Williams
Grand Slam mixed doubles
  • 1998, first prize at the Australian Open with Justin Gimelstob
  • 1998, first prize in the French Open with Justin Gimelstob
Olympic finals
  • 2000 gold medal at Sydney Olympics against Elena Dementieva
  • 2000 gold medal at the Sydney Olympics with Serena Williams (women's doubles)
  • 2008, gold medal at the Beijing Olympicsbersama Serena Williams (women's doubles)
  • WTA Championships

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