Venus Ebony Starr Williams is a US tennis player with a lot of experience. Williams has won seven Grand Slam singles titles, five at Wimbledon and two at the US Open. She used to be the world’s number one in both singles and doubles.
Most people think of her as one of the all-time greats of her sport. Williams also won two important mixed doubles titles in 1998, both of which were very good.
Most people don’t know that Williams has been having problems with her own body for the past ten years.
In 2017, Venus Williams had 49 singles wins and 7 Grand Slam titles. She was the best tennis player in the world. She is, however, the woman tennis player with the most medals in Olympic history.
She recently told Prevention.com about her struggle with Sjogren’s syndrome, an autoimmune disease that affects almost 4 million Americans.
Williams also owns 14 major gals’ doubles titles, all with Serena; the pair is undefeated in Grand Slam doubles finals, in addition to their seven major singles victories.
Venus and Serena Williams Doubles. 24 years apart. Two Great’s 🐐🐐 #USOpen #SerenaWilliams #VenusWilliams pic.twitter.com/efKhgaphfq
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With their 2010 French Open victory, she and Serena became the world’s top doubles team for the first time in non-calendar year Grand Slam play on June 7. Three Olympic gold medals in women’s doubles (2000, 2008, and 2012) complement Venus’s singles gold from 2000 and mixed doubles silver from 2016.
Venus Williams Well-being: What Disease Does Venus Williams Have?
“‘I was recently diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome, an autoimmune ailment that lowers my energy level and causes fatigue and joint distress,” she said in a statement, according to ESPN’s Staff.
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