Nick Bollettieri reflects on his coaching career and the legacy of Venus and Serena Williams
Nick Bollettieri talks to Mark Carman about how his coaching made an impact on peoples life and how he saw the rise of both Venus and Serena Williams impacted the tennis world. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3746746/3746746_2020-04-12-025846.64kmono.mp3
Serena Williams, Investor and 23 Time Grand Slam Winner
Serena Williams’s 23rd grand slam at the Australian Open in 2017 put her in rarefied company not just in the history of women’s tennis, but in all sport – she is quite possibly the greatest athlete in a generation, perhaps the greatest in any sport. She talked about it all, from the stage, alongside Verizon Media chief executive, Guru Gowrappan.
Ep 22. Adwoa talks to Serena Williams to find out how to win at life.
The Gurls Talk Podcast
Being one of the greatest athletes of all time is obviously a monumental accolade. But when Serena and I sat down, we didn’t just talk about kick-ass serves and Grand Slam wins. Like you, I wanted to know how she wins at life, not just on the court. When it comes to learning life skills – our theme for June – Serena is the perfect powerhouse woman to turn to. I loved hearing about Serena’s relationship with her sister, Venus, and how her family’s support has played such a huge part of who she is. From her own experience, she recognises the power of supporting dreams, and now, as a mother, she’s committed to standing behind what her daughter wants to do. (Even if these days it’s just eating an apple REALLY loudly.) Serena opened up about her determination to win, the importance of having plans and goals, and standing up for yourself. She spoke about how she’s (in her own words) “freakishly good” at maths, how she always speaks the truth, questions why people never ask a man “how do you manage family life and having a career?” And when she’s not playing tennis, she’s passionate about using her business, Serena Ventures, to help start-ups founded by women and minorities. It really is such an exciting episode, it was a great experience talking to a warm, resilient and empowering woman. I’m now all revved up to watch Serena at Wimbledon! So, enjoy listening, and as always, mad, mad love. You can follow Serena on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/serenawilliams/?hl=en Read about Serena and business https://www.forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2019/06/03/inside-serena-williams-plan-to-ace-venture-investing/#551a979e7787 And find out the latest on all things Wimbledon https://www.wimbledon.com/index.html We love receiving your artwork, poetry and messages, so please send any submissions to www.gurlstalk.com and you can follow us on Instagram @GurlsTalk. Don’t forget to subscribe to never miss an episode of the Gurls Talk podcast.
Serena Williams on Being a Modern Entrepreneur | Inside Fashion
The Business of Fashion Podcast
Speaking in conversation with Imran Amed at BoF West, the tennis champion unpacks how she balances life as an athlete with entrepreneurship and motherhood. To watch Serena's and Imran's conversation at BoF West 2019 click here. Sign up for BoF’s Daily Digest newsletter here: http://bit.ly/BoFnews. Ready to become a BoF Professional? For a limited time, enjoy 25% discount on the first year of an annual membership, exclusively for podcast listeners. Simply, click here: http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the Annual Package and use code PODCASTPRO at the checkout. For comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail: email@example.com. For all sponsorship enquiries, it’s: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
23 Grand Slam single titles and 4 Olympic gold medals. But that alone doesn't capture the success story of one Serena Williams. On this episode, learn how the GOAT tennis player went all the way from Compton, CA to being a household name by succeeding on and off the court. Plus, if you think Serena is too big for the Dollar Store, then think again. Kneading Dough is presented by UNINTERRUPTED and Chase. New episodes featuring superstar athletes drop every other Tuesday.
The season finale of Pretty Big Deal wraps in a pretty major way with all-time great athlete, mother, businesswoman, and overall super human Serena Williams. Filmed live with some of her biggest fans surrounding her, Serena gives Ashley the low down on her life as a professional athlete, being a positive role model for women everywhere, and more that you never knew about her. She'll leave you with a smile on your face and even more admiration for all that she's accomplished.A 368 & Pretty Big Deal ProductionExecutive Producers: Kelsey McWilliams & Paul LeysProducers: Ava Coleman, Ann LupoAssociate Producer: Sam AlpertDirector/Editor: Ann LupoAppearance By: Darsell ObregonCamera Operators: Ann Lupo, Livia Coullias Blanc, Christian Chapman, Nadine Martinez, Griffin Yu, Aaron Pryka, Andrew Barker, Andrew NewtonAssistant Editor: Aaron Pryka Sound Engineers: YongSoo Lee, Destiny Farrant, Michael HainesPodcast Producer: John LagomarsinoSet Design: Colleen DodgeProduction Assistant: Casey Steidle Music Supervisor: Nicole SylvaMusic: The Spencer Lee BandArt Design: Jess SevernSpecial Thanks To: 368 & Anchor
Serena Williams Talks Success on the Court and in Life
Masters in Business
Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews the legendary tennis player Serena Williams. Williams has won 23 singles titles in women's Grand Slam tournaments -- just one behind the all-time leader, Margaret Court -- as well as 23 doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles. Along with her individual successes, Serena has teamed up with her sister Venus to win a series of doubles titles. She is also a four-time Olympic gold medalist.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 42 - Serena Williams Interview; French Open Draw Dissection; Our Birthday
The Tennis Podcast
In Episode 42, we celebrate our first birthday with an interview with Serena Williams. The World No.1 tells us what is driving her to continue into her 30's, whether she ever feels aches and pains in the morning, and how driven she is to overtake Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova in the history books.We also preview the French Open, dissecting the draw of the second Grand Slam tournament of 2013. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.