Serena Williams has signed a first-look deal with Amazon Studies – which will include a documentary series featuring her life.
The docuseries will follow the 23-time Grand Slam winner both on and off the court. (Televisual)
The project is yet to be named – but filming is already underway ahead of an exclusive release on Amazon Prime.
“I’m very excited to be partnering with Amazon Studios,” Williams said.
“They are developing some of the most inspiring and important content for a global audience.
“I have a lot of stories I’m eager to tell, including a continuation of my own, and I look forward to sharing those with the world.”
Williams Amazon documentary will be an enthralling watch
The American superstar had numerous cameras following her every move during this year’s Australian Open.
But she had remained coy on the suggestions that a documentary was in the works.
In February, she said: “There could be (another documentary coming), there could be.
“There be could something in the works, on the low, on the low.” (Nine.com.au)
Fans will certainly hope that the cameras caught some of the highest profile moments of her trip down under, like when she left the court visibly upset after her semi-final loss to Naomi Osaka. (Eurosport)
There’s never really a dull moment when it comes to Williams, so chances are the finished product won’t disappoint.