Serena Williams’ tennis game is one of the strongest in the world, but that is not all there is to her. The 39-year-old has an impeccable sense of style. She has been making fashion statements from the moment she hit the courts with her braided-and-beaded hair.

In fact, the tennis player has an extensive portfolio when it comes to fashion. She has a collaboration with Nike and she is all set to launch of her own clothing line. Some of her designs were featured in the New York fashion week.

So when the tennis ace shared a photo of her in a midnight blue JOVANI strapless ball gown on Instagram, her followers were here for it. The gown’s curve-hugging bodice was encrusted with crystals.

Serena looked glamourous in the photo courtesy of her team - stylist Kesha McLeod, hairstylist Angela Meadows, and make-up artist Natasha Gross. She was also modeling the Royal Oak watch by Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet, of whom she has been a brand ambassador since 2014.

Williams and Daughter Olympia’s Photoshoot

The photograph was taken by the talented swimwear and fashion photographer Ronald Wayne. In another picture, a smiley Williams and Olympia posed in matching pink swimsuits inscribed with their new monikers.

Serena claimed she’s “The Shady One,” while Olympia, with her cute little afro space buns, was the “Wild Child.” The picture had a tropical feel to it, with an aquamarine pool and palm trees in the background. “Together they’re unstoppable,” Williams wrote in the caption, and we couldn’t agree more. 

The mother-daughter duo also starred in a Stuart Weitzman campaign

Last month, three-year-old Olympia teamed up with her mom for a new campaign for Stewart Weitzman. Aptly titled “Footsteps to Follow,” the mother-daughter duo was twinning in matching monochromatic ensembles for the campaign. Williams modeled the brand’s spring 2021 LYLA sandals and Noorah boots.

In an additional video clip from the shoot, Williams iterated she is uncertain whether she wants her daughter to embark on the same tennis champion path as her.

“I don’t know if I hope if Olympia follows in my footsteps,” Williams said. “I want her to do whatever she wants to do and what’s best for her.”