- Serena Williams' husband Alexis Ohanian was recently spotted supporting his wife during a match in the cutest way ever
- Alexis, who has always been uber supportive of his wife, wore a T-shirt with her face on it while she played a recent match
- The internet absolutely loved the post of Alexis wearing the T-shirt, which was shared by a tweep online
Alexis Ohanian, the husband of tennis star Serena Williams, is definitely husband goals. The co-founder of Reddit was recently spotted wearing a T-shirt of his wife's face to support her while she played a match.
The picture shows Serena armed with her tennis racket and looking ready for action alongside words that read "greatest athlete" (female is scratched out to cleverly point out that she's beyond gender stereotypes.)
"Serena’s husband being the biggest Serena fan is just absolutely what she deserves x," @NotAgainBen captioned the Twitter post.
Twitter users and fans of Serena were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"She’s amazing, powerful and the legend of the sport women so far."
"This is the best gift! Admiration and respect, I think is this love."
"He’s like a tubby Keanu Reeves, a sweet gesture on his shirt but probably a little off the mark."
"Now that’s a MAN!"
"He shows up every time, doesn't he? Doesn't miss a thing!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Serena Williams came through with a big win as she heads to the semi-final of the Australian Open. Williams beat Romania's Simona Halep 6-3, 6-3 in the quarter-final on Tuesday, 16 February in the Rod Laver Arena.
39-year-old Williams will now face 23-year-old Naomi Osaka at the semi-final on Thursday, 18 February. Osaka has been ranked number one player in the world by the Women's Tennis Association.
The battle of the world's most famous female tennis players is something to look out for in the coming days as Williams gets ready to take Osaka on. #AusOpen is now trending on Twitter as peeps congratulate Williams on her win.
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