Venus Williams On and Off the Court (PHOTOS)

See photos of the veteran tennis champion in her element on the court, on the red carpet, and wearing some of her eye-catching designs.

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Venus Hits The Open

Venus coordinated with her sister in a bright pink number. Plus, see more highlights of Venus' style on and off the court.

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Sister, Sister

Venus wears a pink ensemble form her own line on the court with Serena at the US Open during their women's doubles second round match against Kristina Mladenovic of France and Klaudia Jans-Ignacik of Poland on August 31, 2012.

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Bright Mood

Venus Williams returns a shot during her women's second round match against Angelique Kerber of Germany on Day Four of the 2012 US Open on August 30, 2012.

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Back in the Game

Williams returned to the court on Wednesday to defeat Kimiko Date-Krum in the first round of the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, FL. She wore a black-and-white “Oh and Oh” dress, from the newest collection of her newly-relaunched brand, EleVen. Williams says the design has already sold out.

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Going Hollywood

Williams and her younger sister, Serena, channeled high glamour in February at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party following the Academy Awards. Both sisters wore designs by Christiane King.

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Palm Beach Casual

Williams wore a casual green dress and gold sandals to attend a match at the International Polo Club Palm Beach on February 6th.

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Fantasy Land

The athlete turned heads in a bright yellow tennis dress with lattice work inspired by Alice in Wonderland at the Australian Open last year. “It's kind of about a surprise, because when Alice goes down the hole, the rabbit hole, she finds all these things that are so surprising,” Williams said of her ensemble before stepping on the court. “This outfit is about having a surprise in a tennis dress, and kind of, you know, showing some skin and then just having a print. Prints don't happen that often in tennis. So it's called the Wonderland dress. It was fun."

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Disco Inferno

At Wimbledon in 2010, Williams wore a white fringe dress by EleVen on the court, which she says was inspired by Tina Turner. “It was like tennis couture,” she tells The Daily Beast.

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I See London, I See France

In Paris at the French Open in 2010, Venus scandalized the world with a black lace Can-Can dress from her EleVen collection—attached to a pair of skin-colored briefs. “I don’t regret it all. I always wanted to do lace on the court. My goal with that was to create the illusion of lace over skin,” she says of the dress now.

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Can You Do the Can Can?

The same dress in red appeared at the Madrid Open at the Caja Magica on May 14, 2010.

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Flashing Her Brights

Williams knocked back a serve in a neon dress at the Australian Open in Melbourne Park on January 23, 2010.

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Blue Mood

The Williams sisters both wore long blue gowns at the 17th annual ESPY awards in Los Angeles on July 19, 2009.

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Purple Power

Williams flashed a hint of electric blue under a purple dress on day five of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Internazionali BNL D’Italia on May 8, 2009.

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Pink Lady

Williams showed Doha her pink briefs on the court at the Khalifa Tennis Complex in Qatar during the Sony Ericsson Championships in November, 2008.

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Sleek and Chic

Venus sparkled onstage at the ESPY Awards in 2008.

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Sisterly Love

Venus and Serena posed on the red carpet at the premiere of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby in 2006.

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Front Row

Venus sat front-row at the Luca Luca Spring 2006 show with her sister (right), Brandy (center), and Anne Hathaway (left).

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Put a Ring On It

Williams wore a giant ring and several necklaces at the U.S. Open in 2005. “Accessorize, accessorize, accessorize—if you don’t accessorize, someone else will,” she tells The Daily Beast. “Even on the court.”