The tennis legend walked through her sister’s “hall of fame” and provided some helpful commentary.
Serena Williams is the only person who can recall Venus Williams’ victories.
This week, the tennis legend shared a TikTok video in which she detailed the trophies in her at-home “hall-of-fame,” including an award she received for what her sister described as “the first tournament she ever won!”
“A champion Venus Williams tour #SeeHerGreatness,” Serena, 41, captioned the video.
Serena began the video by revealing she was at her sister’s house, selfie-style filming herself as an impromptu tour guide in front of a wall of trophies. “She has all of these awards. That’s not a Wimbledon trophy; it’s a U.S. Open trophy, which she should probably clean “she said before panning the camera to a first-place award from the 1998 IGA Tennis Classic.
“This is the first time she’s ever won,” Serena said of Venus, 42, who beat Joannette Kruger for her first-ever singles title back then. “That will go down in history. That’s fantastic. And she’s still going, you guys.”
Serena later displayed a 2009 doubles trophy brought home by her sister, joking that she didn’t even remember winning it as her longtime doubles partner. “Did we come out on top? Let me look it up.”
Of course, 2022 has been a year full of victories for both tennis legends, from having their portraits added to the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., to Serena’s appearance in Netflix’s latest hit film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
In it, Williams plays herself on a fitness app similar to Mirror, essentially serving as the personal trainer for the billionaire whose mansion much of the film is set in.