Venus Williams Turns Actress, Joins King Richard Twin In Lacoste Campaign

Venus Williams Becomes an Actress and Joins Twin King Richard in Lacoste Campaign


Following her US Open singles loss to Alison Van Uytvanck, Venus Williams showed off her acting chops in a new Lacoste commercial, in which the tennis icon starred alongside Saniyya Sidney, the King Richard actress who played Venus. in the Oscar-winning film.

Sidney was honored to join Venus in the Lacoste campaign. «Campaign dream come true with the incomparable Venus Williams,» Saniyya Sydney said of the commercial. Venus responded shortly after. “Such a fun campaign and an honor to do with my little girl,” said Venus Williams.

Lacoste outlined the campaign, revealing the story behind it. “From on-court gatherings to unexpected off-court encounters, iconic Lacoste pieces bring individualities together around a common sense of style.

#FashionSport icon Venus Williams shares the screen with young actress Saniyya Sidney wearing the white nylon jacket from our FW22 collection, in a moment of playful complicity,» Lacoste wrote in the caption of the new commercial.

Venus Williams on the movie King Richard

Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams admitted there were projects she didn’t like, but that wasn’t the case with King Richard. King Richard, a biography of Richard Williams and his efforts to make Venus and Serena Williams famous champions, has received critical acclaim, and Will Smith, who played Richard Williams in the film, was named Best Actor at the Oscar.

«People ask me [if I liked ‘King Richard’] and I’m like, ‘Yeah!’ I have to be honest. There have been times where people have had movies or projects about themselves or books or whatever they didn’t like, so I’m happy to say I love the movie,» Williams said in a video posted on his YouTube channel. YouTube., cited in Sportskeeda.

«That’s a really special moment. There’s something that’s probably going to last forever that you really like.»



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