Serena's Fair Vanity


Serena's Fair Vanity

Pregnant Serena Williams Poses Naked on Magazine Cover 

Everybody is discussing tennis star Serena Williams' Vanity Fair Cover, in spite of the fact that she has not played a match for quite a long time. Williams last played in January. She won the Australian Open against her sister, Venus. A brief timeframe later, she told the world she was pregnant. Indeed, even individuals who don't take after games were inspired Williams could win a noteworthy tennis competition while pregnant. Presently, Williams is in the news for an alternate reason. Her photo is on the front of Vanity Fair magazine. Also, she is not wearing garments. Many individuals recollect Serena Williams pregnant comparative Vanity Fair cover in 1991 that demonstrated a pregnant, unclothed Demi Moore. Williams addressed Vanity Fair about her association with businessperson Alexis Ohanian. She depicted how the match met in Italy. 

Williams additionally said she couldn't trust she was pregnant until the point when she took six pregnancy tests and they all came up positive and this is really Serena Williams' legacy . Vanity Fair distributed the article on Tuesday. Individuals are responding to the photograph. Serena even tweeted to her fans, posting a photograph of the cover and inquiring as to whether the infant will be a kid or a young lady. Yet, the magazine cover is not by any means the only reason Williams is in the news this week. Tennis extraordinary John McEnroe talked about Williams throughout the end of the week. McEnroe was a star in the 1980s. He is additionally known for talking his brain. McEnroe is on TV and radio discussing his new book, "Yet Seriously." McEnroe was talking with Lulu Garcia-Navarro of National Public Radio on Sunday morning. 

Garcia-Navarro noticed that in his book, McEnroe composed that Williams was the best female player on the planet. Be that as it may, she inquired as to why might he not think of her as the best player – male or female – on the planet? McEnroe said "Well, on the grounds that on the off chance that she was in, in the event that she played the men's circuit, she'd resemble 700 on the planet." McEnroe went ahead to state that he thought Williams was incredible, and she could do well on some days, yet in the event that she played a full calendar against men, it "would be an altogether unique story." Later in the discussion, McEnroe said "perhaps sooner or later a ladies' tennis player can be superior to anyone … I assume anything's conceivable at some stage."