sightings in the stands: serena williams


Serena Williams came out to support her sister Venus‘ during her 2010 US Open run, including today’s semifinal battle against Kim Clijsters. Serena’s actually been around for a few rounds, bum foot (feet? sole? heel? face?) be damned.

Draw: Venus lost to Clijsters today in a match that lasted almost 2.5 hours. The final score: 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-4. She’ll meet Vera Zvonareva in the final; the Russian upset top seed Caroline Wozniacki 6-4, 6-3 in the other semi. (Draw: Women’s Singles)

More: Pics of her in the stands

Against Shahar Peer in the fourth round, Serena in animal print and with earrings dangling half a foot from her lobes.

Look at those gloves!!!!!!!!!!!!

watching Venus against Mandy Minella in the third round.

(images via Getty Images)


5 Responses to “sightings in the stands: serena williams”

  1. Jon Says:

    looking damn good!

  2. sagemag Says:

    I saw her today too, and wow does she look good with long straight hair! I don’t know who you were rooting for but I’m glad Kim won.

  3. Randall Keith Lolis Says:

    Serena and Venus are blessed in Women Tennis, and peeked several years ago, and still playing well now, Kim just had a baby about two years ago and has worked her way very quickly to get in great and winning shape to win two United States Open in a row. How is this she is peeking, and now is her time is the spotlight of Women Tennis, and she has won over some of the best, Venus and Serena.

  4. Jon Says:

    Holy FloJo! 😉

  5. Kredit Says:


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