While some women might shy away from watching football this Superbowl Sunday, Venus Williams says she's never been more excited about the sport now that she and sister Serena have bought a stake in the Miami Dolphins. "My love of football has really grown. I've really gotten really attached to the sport," she told the Associated Press. "I think football players are the ultimate athlete. I think tennis players are too, but we're not risking our lives out there." Read More: Serena Williams wins the Australian OpenWas Venus Williams' at Aussie Open Too Risque? Commentary: Why I celebrate Serena's Nude Cover

Feb, 06, 2010

While some women might shy away from watching football this Superbowl Sunday, Venus Williams says she's never been more excited about the sport now that she and sister Serena have bought a stake in the Miami Dolphins. "My love of football has really grown. I've really gotten really attached to the sport," she told the Associated Press. "I think football players are the ultimate athlete. I think tennis players are too, but we're not risking our lives out there." Serena--who is rooting for the Indianapolis Colts since her new team isn't in the Superbowl--says she'd like to bring back dancing celebrations at the end zone. The tennis champs' predictions might just be what the Saints need. "I keep rooting for the losing team, so this could be trouble," she said. Read More: