“This Is Today, Tomorrow Is A Better Day”- Venus Williams On Racism And Equality


Venus Williams

Tennis Great Venus Williams has been speaking a lot on several things through her creation of “coach venus” IGTV platform. In a recent conversation with Super Bowl Champion Victor Cruz, Venus objected to who says that racism does not exist. 

Former World Number One Venus Williams has been using the magic of social media to helping others and herself stay fit and healthy. A few days ago, former American Football player, Victor Cruz discussed with Venus Williams, over many issues racism, equality, game pressure, and ways to find a good fitness.

Victor Cruz

“Racism is popular. A lot of people say that racism does not exist. But this is wrong. Even when we talk about this, it falls on deaf ears. But now a most encouraging thing is, we can speak up. We can talk about it. We can resolve it if you can talk about it. Someone does racist things, action follows.”  said seven-time Grand Slam Champion.

“I Am Happy For Moving Forward” – Venus Williams

Besides, Venus Williams shared her childhood memories with 33-years-old Victor Cruz. Moreover, Out of the Blue Author, Victor Cruz also voiced for the death of African-American George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.

”How humans hurt each other, it just hurts me. But I am happy to talk about these things. And am happy for moving forward. This is today, tomorrow is a better day” said Venus Williams, who turned 40-year-old last month.

Venus Williams and Serena Williams

Using the hashtag #CoachVenus”, Williams invites for her fans, followers, and special guests, including sister Serena Williams and her mother Oracene to join her daily, live on Instagram for virtual workouts.

“I have been doing workouts Monday through Friday, kind of like lunchtime break-12 noon on my Instagram live,” she said regarding her new activity on Instagram.

Read More: Venus Williams – Her Rise At The Wimbledon Center Court And Five Titles

Although, Venus Williams has planned to the resumption of her tennis tour at the World Team Tennis before attend the US Open 2020.


Leave a Reply