Alexis Ohanian and Serena Williams

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Alexis Ohanian constantly supports his wife Serena Williams on and off the court, this time sporting the best t-shirt while cheering her on at the Australian Open.


The Iconic T-Shirt

Alexis Ohanian was front row at Serena William's match, sporting a shirt declaring his wife to be the greatest athlete of all time.

Important Match

Serena Williams faced off against Romanian tennis player Simona Halep, who she last saw at the 2019 Wimbledon final where Halep won in straight sets.

Parents of Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.

On top of being successful in each of their careers, the internet entrepreneur and tennis player are parents to Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.

Always Supporting Williams

Ohanian can be spotted at almost every watch of Williams, rooting the 23 time Grand Slam winning player.

Defending Williams Against Trolls

Williams is notoriously bullied online and in person via racial and sexist comments. After her victory last night, Ohanian took to his Twitter to call out Ion Tiriac, former Romanian Olympic tennis star, who stated Williams should quit due to her age and weight.

Williams is one of the best athletes of all time and she deserves this life partner who not only acknowledges it, but embraces and cheers it on.

If you want a "Greatest Athlete" shirt, they're available for purchase here.

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