How many times has Venus won Wimbledon?

How many times has Venus won Wimbledon?

Venus Ebony Star Williams Price from Lynwood, California, the United States born on June 17, 1980, is a professional American tennis player. She is the elder sister of another well-known tennis player, Serena Williams who has eight Olympic medals between them.

Here we will know how many times has Venus on Wimbledon?

How many times has Venus won Wimbledon?

– Venus Williams has won 5 times Woman’s singles titles in the year 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008

– Venus Williams has won 6 times Woman’s doubles titles in the year 2000, 2002, 2008, 2009, 2012, and 2016.

Other information about Venus Williams:

Including Venus, there is a total of 5 sisters in a family. Her father Richard used to take his 5 daughters to the tennis courts with the hope that one day, at least one of them could achieve sports glory and be able to move to a better place.

How many times has Venus won Wimbledon?
Venus Williams

How many times has Venus won Wimbledon?

Venus became a professional player in the 1990s and had a very bright career. She has won many important championships, including three gold medals in Olympic Games (singles and doubles in Sydney 2000, doubles in Beijing 2008), the Fed Cup, the French Open in 1999 in women’s doubles, the Oklahoma City Tournament, the Italian Open, the Hamburg Open, the Wimbledon Championship five times and the United States Open twice.

Another feat of Venus and undoubtedly for tennis history was to have become the first black woman to reach the top of the WTA world ranking.

Venus won 49 individual WTA tournaments, including 7 individual Grand Slam tournaments (5 in Wimbledon, 2 in the US Open), 1 WTA Tour Championships and 9 Tier 1 tournaments.

In doubles, she has won 14 titles of Grand Slam and 2 of WTA Tier 1, all of them with their sister Serena. She also achieved 4 gold medals at the Olympic Games.

On February 25, 2002, she became the first African-American player to be ranked number 1 in the WTA. She was in that position for 11 weeks in 3 periods. Find more information about Venus here.