Serena Williams’ husband, Alexis Ohanian, has had many successes in the business world. After co-founding Reddit, he has been investing in many other platforms. His recent startup, called 776, has been achieving great things. Also, he has invested in many sports clubs, mainly women’s soccer.
Meanwhile, we all know that he’s a big fan of F1 and Lewis Hamilton. Recently, Ohanian posted a paddock suit and the design kind of gave away who he will be supporting in the upcoming F1 race in Miami.
Alexis Ohanian revealed his F1 suit for the Miami race
“When I walk into the @sevensevensix Paddock Suite in @f1miami wearing this — how awesome will it be?… My old intern is insisting this is a look. @luludlpp smh,” Ohanian wrote on Twitter.
Notably, 776 is a foundation that supports young entrepreneurs. In a recent post, Ohanian shared that they are getting funds from various companies. Also, they have generated around $750 million, which is just short of their targeted mark, i.e. $776 million.
Meanwhile, Miami is the next destination for F1 and Lewis Hamilton will be there to race. Maybe, we will see Serena Williams too. After a bad start to the season, the presence of his friends could motivate the British driver to do well in the next race.
Serena Williams is creating history off the tennis court
We all know that Serena’s husband has been a successful businessman. Now, Serena is also creating some headlines in the business world. Her clothing brand S by Serena has been a popular brand for years now. Additionally, she grew some interest in cryptocurrencies.
Also, she has raised massive funds through Serena Ventures after working for so many years. Moreover, Serena and Lewis recently made a bid to buy the famous English Premier League club, Chelsea FC.
Meanwhile, she has been injured since June last year and will probably miss another month. Earlier, she announced that she will play at the Wimbledon this year, which made many fans happy. Previously, in an interview, she talked about not giving up on her dream of winning the 24th Grand Slam title, as she is trying to achieve that feat since 2017.