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Serena Williams is serving all leg in the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar.

The tennis champion played Ask Serena where she answered fans’ questions on how to deal with their sex and love lives. The sport’s star responded to an array of questions, covering date tips, staying confident and Netflix & Chill.

via Harper’s Bazaar:

DEAR SERENA: “How can I be sexy and strong?” —Girl Power

SW: “Being sexy is really about how you carry yourself. Strength and confidence equal sexy.”

DEAR SERENA: “Sometimes when I begin dating a new guy, I start doubting myself and feel my initial confidence (which helped snag him in the first place!) slip away. How do I keep up my self- esteem?” —Doubtful Debbie

SW: “First you need to identify where the self-doubt is coming from. I think that goes back to always being yourself from the beginning. Be confident of your inner strength and beauty, and that will be reflected on the outside. My mom always taught my sisters and me to be ourselves and to stay true to who we are.”

DEAR SERENA: “What’s the best way to dress for a date? I always end up looking too casual, or overdoing it. I need help!” —Clueless in the Closet

SW: “It’s really important to be yourself, since your true colors will show through in the end. And always add heels!”

DEAR SERENA: “I’ve always thought that “Netflix and chill” really meant watching Netflix and chilling. Am I naive?” —Age of Innocence

SW: “I have to tell you, I thought the same exact thing. When I say “Netflix and chill,” that’s what I mean. I guess you and I are just old-fashioned—if you can call Netflix old-fashioned!”

We love how candid she is–totally like our big sister in our heads!


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