Serena Williams and Kylie Jenner are not BFFs but they have one thing in common between them. The gals love experimenting with their looks and taking things to another level.

The tennis star has given herself a hair makeover of sorts, complete with green-coloured mermaid hair with soft waves and loads of volume. Hollywood Life claims the new green ombre hair to be a wig but there is no confirmation on whether she actually coloured her hair that way or if it is indeed a wig.

Williams debuted her new hair on Instagram, dedicating it to Genie and Chrissie who asked for it. Us Weekly believes Kesha to be Williams’ hair inspiration for her locks that start with her natural brown roots then moving on to a bright kelly pigment and finished with a seafoam shade. The hair styling of the tennis ace is reminiscent of Kesha’s foray into rainbow-coloured hair.

For Genie and Chrissie. U asked for it. Lol

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Williams recently was in the news for her astounding comeback to the sexist comments made by Raymond Moore, Indian Wells CEO and tournament director. While emphasising the impact on tennis by Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, Moore completely overlooked the important contribution of female players, informs Popsugar. “In my next life, when I come back, I want to be someone in the Women’s Tennis Association because they ride on the coattails of the men. They don’t make any decisions and they are lucky. They are very, very lucky,” Moore has said.

“If I was a lady player, I’d go down every night on my knees and thank god that Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal were born, because they carried this sport” he added.

Serena Williams, who has more than 30 major titles to her credit, replied by saying no woman should be down on their knees thanking anybody like that. “I think Venus [Williams], myself, a number of players … if I could tell you every day how many people say they don’t watch tennis unless they’re watching myself or my sister, I couldn’t even bring up that number. So I don’t think that is a very accurate statement,” she said, reveals Rolling Stone Magazine.

Sydney Morning Herald stated that she continued to remind everyone that the women’s final at the US Open sold out well before the men. “I’m sorry, did Roger play in that final or Rafa or any man play in that final that was sold out before the men’s final? I think not,” Serena Williams reminded people.