Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Grigor Dimitrov Attend the Launch of Brendan Murphy's Exhibition

June 28, 2019

This article originally appeared in the Mail Online

 

 

She juggles her career with her role as a mother to daughter Olympia, 21 months, who she shares with husband Alexis Ohanian.

 

Serena Williams enjoyed an evening off from parenting duties as she attended an intimate dinner at The Maddox Gallery in celebration of Rush Of Blood To The Head, the debut UK solo exhibition by Brendan Murphy, in London on Thursday.

 

Joined by fellow tennis players Novak Djokovic and Grigor Dimitrov, at the event supported by LOUIS XIII COGNAC, the pro, 37, made a style statement as she donned a slogan baseball cap, emblazoned with the word: 'Mom'.

 

 

Time off: Serena Williams attended an intimate dinner at The Maddox Gallery in celebration of the Rush Of Blood To The Head exhibition in London on Thursday along with Novak Djokovic and Grigor Dimitrov.

 

The sporting champ accentuated her killer curves as she slipped into a plain black midi dress, tied in with a pair of box-fresh monochrome trainers.

 

Opting for a casual display, the entrepreneur, who is gearing up for Wimbledon, was dressed in minimal accessories for her outing.

 

With her curly tresses styled into a ponytail, the mother-of-one complemented her out-of-this-world beauty with matte make-up.  

 

The Wimbledon tournament takes place from July 1 to July 14, following the qualifying competition at the Bank of England Sports Centre between Monday and Thursday. 

 

At the event, Serena is set to take to the court in an striking outfit that will feature a tribute to her last Grand Slam win. 

 

Her ensemble will be decorated with the Broosh, injecting sparkling details into Nike's signature Swoosh logo.  

 

Opting for a casual display, the entrepreneur, who is gearing up for Wimbledon, was dressed in minimal accessories for her outing joined by Jay Rutland and Brendan Murphy.

 

 

Famous pals: The group all linked arms as they posed for a friendly snap at the art exhibition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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