Serena Williams is all about being changing the dynamics of the game, and her latest career move is both boundary-pushing and fun as heck. The tennis champ is switching gears, momentarily, to become a nail technician. Yes, Serena says she loves getting her nails done so much that she's enrolled in a 240-hour class to be certified as a nail technician. "No one likes getting their nails done more than I do," she wrote on a blog she keeps for GlobalGrind. "As a matter of fact I go every four days to get a manicure and every seven days for a pedicure. So, I had a brilliant idea to get certified to be a nail tech." Read More: Serena Williams Wins the Australian OpenSerena and Venus Williams Buy Black Tennis Players

Feb, 17, 2010

Serena Williams is all about being changing the dynamics of the game, and her latest career move is both boundary-pushing and fun as heck. The tennis champ is switching gears, momentarily, to become a nail technician. Yes, Serena says she loves getting her nails done so much that she's enrolled in a 240-hour class to be certified as a nail technician. "No one likes getting their nails done more than I do," she wrote on a blog she keeps for GlobalGrind. "As a matter of fact I go every four days to get a manicure and every seven days for a pedicure. So, I had a brilliant idea to get certified to be a nail tech." Always on top, Serena also revealed the classes are in preparation for a nail collection she is working on with a company called HairTech.  Read More: