Serena Williams

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It's not hard to believe that Serena heads to the salon four times a week for manicures. The nail aficionado proudly showed off her multicolored, blinged-out designs.
Serena Williams

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Her opponent was seeing red—and rhinestones—as Serena prepared to serve during the Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open tennis tournament in Madrid, Spain.
Serena Williams

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This superstar athlete-turned-nail-technician expressed her "wild" side with animal-print fingernails in Melbourne, Australia, during the 2010 Australian Open.
Serena Williams

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Game, set, match! Serena's nails went hand-in-hand with her championship trophy after she defeated Vera Zvonareva at Wimbledon.
Serena Williams

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Is it S for Serena...or Superwoman? During the 2010 Ladies Singles final match at Wimbledon, the tennis champ sported rhinestones and a red initial on her pinkie nail.
Serena Williams

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Trés chic! Serena decorated her fingers with jewels and polka dots for the 2010 French Open.
Serena Williams

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Love wasn't the score, but Serena painted hearts and rhinestones on her hands during the 2010 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships in London.
Serena Williams

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The fierce competitor donned equally fierce fingernails—complete with leopard print—between games at the 2010 Australian Open.
Serena Williams

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Off the court, Serena's signature "S" design and bedazzled nails made a statement at a pre-Wimbledon party in London.
Serena Williams

For her Oprah Show appearance, Serena painted her nails with a color from her new O.P.I. Grand Slam Collection.
FROM: Tony Danza, Serena Williams, Angie Harmon: Celebrities Take on Dream Jobs
Published on September 27, 2010

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