Undoubtedly, Serena Williams wants to have as much fun as possible after her retirement from tennis. Most recently, the American tennis icon posted a short video showing her being a DJ at a Formula 1 event. “Formula 1’s newest DJ,” Serena captioned the video.
@serena Formula 1’s newest DJ 🎵 ♬ Coming In **t – Andy Mineo & Lecrae
Talking about having fun, Serena also attended a bachelorette party in the past weeks. She went viral after publishing a video showing her dancing and singing near a campfire.
Serena spent a bachelorette party at a luxury hotel and shared a video of her dancing, singing, and frying marshmallows near a fire. “Loving my baby bride to be so much. So much I thought I was Selena for a moment and not Serena.
I could never do her justice. All grown up,” Serena captioned the video.
Serena recently talked at a tech conference
Despite having fun, Serena Williams also means business in her post-tennis era.
Serena Williams was a guest on the same stage where the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk were in the past. More specifically, the tennis icon delivered a keynote at the Disrupt event in San Francisco, taking place between 18 and 20 October.
“The global startup community comes together each year to discover insights, collaborate, and celebrate achievements that have defined each founder’s journey and for those yet to come in the future,” reads the event’s description.
During the speech held at the tech conference, Serena Williams stated that she is “not retired.” Williams, who turned 41 in late September, said goodbye to professional tennis at the US Open. During her appearance on Disrupt, Williams spoke with Jordan Crook.
When Crook told Williams she liked her using the word “evolution” instead of “retirement,” Williams interrupted by stating: “I’m not retired.” When asked directly whether there was a chance of seeing her play again, Williams said: “The chances are very high, you come to my house, I got a court.”
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