Serena Williams is very talented at many things. Some of her specialties include Snapchatting, twerking, and designing clothing. She is also a decent tennis player. Kidding! You know she's the GOAT. Anyway, she has also been known to strike a mean pose, as evidenced by her latest magazine cover for Fader.
She's graced the covers of Vogue, New York Magazine and Glamour, always absolutely killing it, but this very raw and real photo gets us up close and personal to Serena like we've never seen before. For starters, she's in nothing but her undies!
On her personal success, Serena gets very candid with Fader saying, "I think that my story is universal. I don’t think it’s limited to my country, I don’t think it’s limited to my color, I don’t think it’s limited to my sex. I think it’s universal because I was not born with anything more special than anyone else. I wasn’t born with an extra arm. I wasn’t born super tall. I’m here — a lot of hard work, a lot of dedication, a lot of commitment. And I’ve had a lot of people that didn’t believe in me, so I had to develop a lot of self-belief. At the end of the day, I think it’s a story that everyone in all walks of life can relate to."
We believe in you too, Serena! Keep killing it.
(Photo: Jacopo Raule/Getty Images)
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