Serena Williams Has a Poster of Herself in Her Home

Oceane Deschanel
Julho 16, 2017

Williams also said her father and longtime coach was "always hands-on" but never demanded a fee or a cut of her earnings, and he told her it was up to her to decide how she would spend her money.

"I never, never picked it up". They were like, 'I think you need to come in for this.' So I ended up going inside'.

"I never touched [the money]".

It seems she truly had no interest in the funds, as she has no record of receiving the epic amount. "Looking back, I'm like, wow, we lived in a two-bedroom house with seven people".

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Serena Williams may be one of the highest-paid athletes, according to Forbes - and the only woman to crack the top 100 - but she says she's never been motivated by the money. In an interview with CEO Maverick Carter on the UNINTERRUPTED series "Kneading Dough", Williams explained she never played for money or even thought about the monetary rewards that would come with her success. But hey, she's earned a night off: She's well into her first pregnancy, and you can't really blame her for not wanting to parade around in heels for the night when she's busy, you know, growing human life.

'At the end of the year, the tournament directors would literally hand me the check because I would never go get it'. But when Williams first started playing her sport, fame was new, unfamiliar and nearly unexpected.

Plus, Williams already has just shy of a dozen ESPYs to her name, so while it's still surely an honor, it's familiar territory for her. The shot looks like it could be from Williams' 2015 Wimbledon win, when she defeated Garbine Muguruza for her sixth Wimbledon title and completed the "Serena Slam"-winning all the four grand slam titles that year".

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