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Venus Williams easily won her opening match at the French Open on Sunday, beating Patty Schnyder with consecutive 6-3 victories. But it was not her performance that drew the most attention. Williams’ lacy black-and-red outfit, which gave “the illusion of being see-through” according to the AP, is the tennis star’s most talked-about on-court apparel choice since she wore a skimpy green uniform at the Australian Open in January (where she was voted an Australian Open hottie).
Venus’ outfit includes skin colored undies, which have the press all tied up in knots… and probably the judges…
“Foot Fault? I didn’t see no foot fault!”
Just being evil – but I wonder what would happen if Venus played in a Burkini?
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Serena and Venus Williams are in preliminary talks to become part owners of the Miami Dolphins NFL Franchise. If they do so, they will become the first black owners of an NFL Franchise. Not sure of the assertion that such will add to the Williams Sister’s advertising branding – especially in view that they are in an entirely different sport. Perhaps the sister’s winning ways will rub off on the hapless Dolphins?
Serena Williams and her sister Venus are in preliminary talks to become part-owners of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins, the 11-time grand slam winner confirmed on Wednesday.
“There have been preliminary talks and hopefully it will work out,” Serena Williams told reporters after her second round win over Kazakhstan’s Yaroslava Shvedova at the Toronto Cup. “That would be a great opportunity for both of us.
“We’ll see what happens, you never know.”
If they did acquire a stake in the Dolphins, the Williams sisters would join musicians Jimmy Buffet and Gloria and Emilio Estefan, who became minority partners in the team earlier this year.
Buffett, owner of Margaritaville Enterprises, signed a deal in May, which includes the team’s stadium being renamed after his LandShark Lager beer for the 2009 season.
The Williams, who live in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, are not described as big NFL fans but view the Dolphins as a vehicle to promote themselves.
“Venus and I are always trying to expand our brand,” said Williams. “If the opportunity presents itself we would love to see where it can take us.