The star won against Martens, but she's still devastated by the car crash.
It should be a happy time for Venus Williams at the moment, what with the forthcoming birth of her niece or nephew and her success at Wimbledon. However, things have taken a dramatic turn what with her involvement in a fatal car crash, and she couldn't hold back her tears at a recent press conference.
Venus Williams snapped at a charity event
The 37-year-old tennis superstar won against Elise Martens from Belgium in the first round during yesterday's (July 3rd 2017) Wimbledon Championships, but it was less than a celebratory experience for Venus. Naturally, she was quizzed about her receny car accident at the following press conference.
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Venus Williams was involved in a motor crash in Miami in which 78 year old Jerome Barson later died of injuries sustained.
Tennis ace Venus Williams has been accused of causing a car crash in Miami, Florida in which a 78 year old man died from his injuries, it has been reported.
The 37 year old former world number one star was behind the wheel of a four-wheel-drive vehicle in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida when the accident took place on June 9th, according to TMZ which has had sight of a police report. The accident happened when traffic suddenly slowed to a crawl, with Williams’ vehicle exposed in the intersection, according to her legal representative.
Jerome Barson and his wife were travelling toward the intersection, and their lawyers claim Williams’ car darted suddenly into their path. They didn’t have time to stop, and T-boned Williams’ vehicle.
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Serena Williams clarifies Venus Williams' apparent slip over the sex of her baby.
Serena Williams has confirmed that her sister's slip regarding the gender of her unborn baby was more down to wishful thinking than anything else, because the tennis star doesn't actually know what she's having - and it's gong to stay that way until the birth.
Serena Williams at the 2017 Met Gala
Venus Williams is thrilled about her younger sister's pregnancy and opened up about how she wanted the baby to be named after her in an interview recently. She really seems adamant that she is going to have a niece - and maybe she is right to be - but Serena has clarified that it's all speculation.
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Gold medal winning Olympic tennis player Venus Williams makes a humanitarian visit to the First Serve Miami (FSM) charitable organisation to talk to a bunch of young and eager tennis fans. Holding her racket in her hands, she takes questions from some of the children there who are wanting to learn how to play.