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.
Her opponent was seeing red—and rhinestones—as Serena prepared to serve during the Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open tennis tournament in Madrid, Spain.
This superstar athlete-turned-nail-technician expressed her "wild" side with animal-print fingernails in Melbourne, Australia, during the 2010 Australian Open.
Game, set, match! Serena's nails went hand-in-hand with her championship trophy after she defeated Vera Zvonareva at Wimbledon.
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.
Trés chic! Serena decorated her fingers with jewels and polka dots for the 2010 French Open.
Love wasn't the score, but Serena painted hearts and rhinestones on her hands during the 2010 Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships in London.
The fierce competitor donned equally fierce fingernails—complete with leopard print—between games at the 2010 Australian Open.
Off the court, Serena's signature "S" design and bedazzled nails made a statement at a pre-Wimbledon party in London.
For her Oprah Show appearance, Serena painted her nails with a color from her new O.P.I. Grand Slam Collection.
Published on September 27, 2010