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Look: Serena Williams Card Has Sold For Record Amount

The Serena Williams patch rookie card has sold for a good chunk of money. It was a 2003 signed patch card and it sold for $266,400 on Saturday night. It's now the largest sale ever for a women's sports card. Here's a look at the card:. Williams was absolutely dynamite...
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Serena Williams and her new amazing Lincoln Navigator!

Serena Williams has expanded her assets exponentially in recent years, thanks not only to the prize money won on the tennis courts across the globe, but also thanks to sponsorships and all the investments she has made. Serena Williams and Lincoln, for example, are in their fourth year of partnership.
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Serena Williams Signed 2003 Rookie Card Sells for Record $266.4K at Auction

Serena Williams now has another record to add to her legendary list. Goldin Auctions founder Ken Goldin tweeted that an autographed 2003 NetPro rookie card of Williams sold for $266,400 on Saturday night, setting a new record for a card featuring a female athlete. According to The Athletic, the price...

Naomi Osaka And Serena Williams Make A Fortune But Remain Outliers Among The Highest-Paid Athletes

When it comes to winning advertisers, few athletes have the pull of tennis aces Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams. The 24-year-old Osaka has more than 20 corporate partners, making $58 million before taxes and agents’ fees over the last 12 months from brands including Nike, Mastercard and Louis Vuitton. That’s the fourth-best off-field total among the world’s top athletes, behind only Roger Federer, LeBron James and Tiger Woods—and ahead of names like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Tom Brady. Williams, 40, has more than a dozen endorsement deals of her own, pushing her off-court haul to $45 million, tenth-best in the world.