This Is How Serena Williams Spends her Millions

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Serena Williams is one of today’s best tennis players. She's so amazing that even Roger Federer has called her the greatest of all time. Unlike many other tennis stars, Serena didn't learn how to play tennis by taking expensive lessons taught by the best coaches. Her dad, Richard Williams, decided one day that he was going to turn his kids into tennis proteges.

Richard had no prior coaching or playing experience, but he managed to turn his youngest daughters, Serena and Venus, into stars. With a net worth estimated at $180 million, you can bet that Serena has a whole lot of money to spend on life's greatest luxuries. But, perhaps surprisingly, when she was given her first $1 million check, she didn't spend a dime of it. Now that she has way more money in the bank, she allows herself to splurge on the finer things in life.

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One area where she loves to spend her money is on real estate. When asked how much property she owns on "Kneading Dough," she replied, "I don't know, a lot." She loves buying houses so much so that she always feels a pang of regret whenever she sells a property. And when it came to her 2017 wedding, Serena went all out to throw the party of the year for her 250 guests. Not only did the entire thing reportedly cost more than $1 million, but she even rented a $30,000 carousel for her guests to ride the night away on. With over $88 million in career prize money earnings, Serena is No.1 when it comes to women's tennis. But did you know that she still doesn't feel like she's "made it" yet? Hopefully, she'll feel satisfied with herself when she finally retires — which is something that she actually doesn't plan on doing for a while.

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