Neymar Jr & Serena Williams share a moment at Paris Fashion Week

Neymar Jr and Serena Williams had their time at Paris Fashion Week.

On Wednesday, Serena Williams and Neymar Jr attended the Balmain show during Paris Fashion Week in the French capital.

Serena posed for a picture beside Edward Enninful, the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, and Brazilian football star, Neymar Jr. The 23-time Grand Slam winner was positioned next to Brazilian star Neymar, who is also renowned for his fashion style, at the show.

The tennis champion, 40, rocked a dark green velvet short dress with a blonde bobbed wig that highlighted her gym-toned image. A matching blazer also was dressed by the athlete, who added height to her stature with a pair of black boots. Neymar, a Brazilian footballer, chose an all-black look to the show, wearing a sweater with a complementing blazer and trousers.

Neymar joined Spanish club FC Barcelona in 2013 for a whopping 57.1 million euro signing fee. Neymar was developed into one of the best players in the game while playing for FC Barcelona. With Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, he created the famous MSN trio. The Brazilian supported FC Barcelona in reaching several of the best achievements in the club’s history. In 2017, Neymar transferred to Paris Saint-Germain for a potential $200 million transfer fee.

Serena Williams’ last multiple seasons were not been kind to her. She was forced to step down from the 2020 Roland Garros before her 2nd match due to an Achilles strain. The injury not only caused the champion to withdraw from the competition, but it also forced her to skip the rest of the season.

Williams resumed the tour after a four-month sabbatical at the WTA 500 Yarrey Valley Classic. Despite sailing through the preliminary rounds, she was forced to retreat from her semifinal match due to a right shoulder issue. She made a comeback in the 2021 Australian Open, reaching the semi-finals, not giving up hope.

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