Just when the world was wondering as to how the tennis champion, mother of one, and fashion designer Serena Williams handles everything, she surprised everyone by displaying her singing acumen at the night venue, COYO Taco.

Does Serena Williams sing?

Williams, 37, was this year’s Wimbledon’s runner-up and launched her summer clothing line. But, she will not turn a karaoke night down with tacos, accompanied by her friends, nearby her Palm Beach house. The Tennis champion got to rapping Cardi B’s Money Moves and Bodak Yellow after she got straight down from her business. She has indeed impressed everyone with her singing chops.

When not playing tennis, Serena makes most of her downtime. She indulged in a bit of throwback, by singing Thelma Houston’s Don’t Leave Me this way, at the Coyo Taco. Sadly, Serena did not win the singing competition as her friend beat her and bagged a Herradura Tequila bottle, as the prize.

Serena has always been a musicophile and lives her life to the fullest. Because this year while she was gearing up for Wimbledon matches, the tennis star rejuvenated herself and, let her hair down before the commencement of the tournament. For the live show of Designer Virgil Abloh, she was spotted in London, with Rosie Huntington Whitely, at the Annabel Nightclub.

The player is always known for lifting her soul and nothing dampens her spirits even when she loses a match.

A couple of blasts from the pasts- Long back, during one of the French Open tournaments, when Sofia Kenin defeated her, she was found to party at the Peninsula Paris with Sister Venus, along with a great bunch of friends.

On the birthday of her daughter who was seventeen months old sometime last year, Serena shared her fun times on her Insta stories and said in an interview: “I wanted to just do something fun because we don’t do birthdays”, she said, while having an amazing time at the party which her parents had thrown during the weekend.

According to Tennis.com, Serena had even admitted once: “I just want to be able to do other things I am doing and expand on that — I think that will help keep my motivation up (in tennis). And, I have always been preparing myself for life after tennis”.

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