ESPN Produces Serena Williams Special Edition Magazine

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ESPN Produces Serena Williams Special Edition Magazine

The 80-page print issue in partnership with Dotdash Meredith Premium Publishing hits newsstands Oct. 21

ESPN today announced it will produce an 80-page Serena Williams tribute print issue in partnership with Dotdash Meredith Premium Publishing. The special edition magazine will hit newsstands nationally on Oct. 21.

Similar to previous ESPN special edition issues that have featured greats such as Tom Brady, the late Kobe Bryant, and the late John Madden, the Williams special will primarily draw upon ESPN’s wealth of archival content from the past two decades and explore her inspiring journey throughout her remarkable career and life that led her to become the greatest of all time.

Featured stories come from acclaimed ESPN sports journalists such as Howard Bryant, Soraya Nadia McDonald, William C. Rhoden, Alyssa Roenigk, and more.

“In celebration of Serena Williams’ 27-year professional career, this special edition print issue highlights her road to 23 Grand Slams, becoming the GOAT, and her impact on making women’s tennis more equitable and inclusive,” said Ericka N. Goodman-Hughey, Deputy Editor, ESPN.

Williams’ career is decorated with top tennis accolades earned throughout her career on the court. She accumulated 23 Grand Slam Titles, a record-setting 186 consecutive weeks as the World Tennis Association No. 1 player (tied with Steffi Graf), four Olympic gold medals, and plenty more that led her to a career unlike any other athlete.

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Media Contacts: Michael Skarka ([email protected])

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