He still seems to hold a torch for her, writing the tune “Love I Lost,” which is said to be about the tennis star. In the meantime, Serena still has the love and support from her sister, Venus Williams, who has battled her own drama: a chronic autoimmune disease that threatened to de-rail her career.
She has won 23 Grand Slam titles: 11 in singles, ten in women's doubles and two in mixed doubles.
In addition, she has won two Olympic gold medals in women's doubles. He spent two years, 1994-1995, playing for the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Sox AA farm team in the Southern League.
He hit .202 with 3 home runs and 51 RBIs during his minor league career.
Tennis champ Serena Williams is a force to be reckoned with on the court, but in the dating stakes, it’s game, set and match.
The 30-year-old superstar athlete — who has dated rappers Common and Drake – tells Celebuzz that her failed relationships in the past have hurt her so badly, she doesn’t care if she could ever date again.
“I have given up on dating,” the 27-time grand slam champion confessed, in an exclusive interview, at the Sleep Sheets launch.
“It just hasn’t worked out well for me.” An emotional and candid Serena added, “I’m a really emotional person. I do make mistakes — like every human does — but the last relationship just was too much of a heartbreak for me. It was hard.” Due to compete in the London Olympics in 86 days, where she hopes to add to her two doubles medals in prior Games, Serena explained to Celebuzz how she is now focused on her game — and not dating.
She’s also hoping to climb the world ranking and reclaim her title as the world’s No.
1-ranked female player, a position she has held on five separate occasions.