Serena Williams Has a Poster of Herself in Her Home

Ebony Scott
July 16, 2017

And Serena Williams never did it for the money, according to a new interview with Uninterrupted. They were like, 'I think you need to come in for this.' So I ended up going inside'.

'I should have taken a picture of it. Selfies didn't exist back then, ' she lamented.

The mom-to-be, who admitted that she "never ever ever felt broke", attributed her smart money skills to her parents and her upbringing.

The only difference is where we'd have to get posters created in our own likeness to hang on our walls, Williams, who has been ranked the top female tennis player in the world eight times since 2002, can go purchase one basically anywhere in the world.

"I've actually never played for money - I just thought you would go out there and hold a trophy", Williams said on "Kneading Dough", the personal-finance video series from LeBron James' media company, Uninterrupted.

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"Not once did I think about a check", the 23-time Grand Slam champion shared. When Wimbledon first started I definitely felt a void, but it quickly went away and I was like, "OK, this isn't bad".

In a recent interview, Serena opened up about her pregnancy, admitting she was surprised to discover she was expecting.

As for her many titles and accolades, the all-star athlete credited them to one simple factor: "I just played for the love of the sport".

Meanwhile, her sister Venus, 37, is enjoying a rejuvenated career, and will face Spain's Garbine Muguruza on Saturday in the final round at Wimbledon.

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