Serena Williams had her worst ever Grand Slam performance at the French Open on Wednesday, losing in the second round.
But the 32-year-old tennis superstar was in high spirits after jetting promptly to Miami alongside BFF and fellow tennis star, Caroline Wozniacki.
The number one ranked singles tennis player found herself crashing a wedding on the beach while clad in a leopard print leotard that highlighted her curvaceous figure – posing with the bride in a snap captioned, ‘Bikini wedding crasher!’
The suit showed off her slim waist and athletic legs – with Serena captioning one of the images posted on Saturday: ‘Leotard is the new bikini’.
She had let her highlighted hair down, framing her face with her thick voluminous mane.
Serena served up quite a contrast posed next to the newly married couple, who were dressed all in white.
The 17-time Grand Slam champion frolicked on the beach with Caroline – formerly ranked number one in women’s tennis – who sported a cropped black T-shirt over a striped dark blue and turquoise bikini.
Curves ahead: Serena couldn’t help but display her shapely derriere and athletic legs in the outfit
Caroline is newly single after splitting from fiance Rory McIlroy earlier this month. The pair had dated for three years and got engaged in December.
In one Twitter photo, Serena expressed her admiration of Caroline’s washboard stomach, writing: ‘I’m jealous of your abs.’
The two pro athletes took in a Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers basketball game on Friday, cheering as the Heat beat their opponents 117 to 92.
Serena was in high spirits over the victory, though she herself missed out on the sweet taste of triumph on Wednesday at the French Open.
She lost to Spain’s Garbine Muguruza 6-2 6-2, tweeting afterward: ‘Congrats 2 my opponent today. She did her thing. I’m proud of her. I wish her well. Until next time. There’s always tomm & I will be ready.’
‘I don’t think anything worked for me today,’ Serena told reporters afterward. ‘It was one of those days.
‘You can’t be on every day, and, gosh, I hate to be off during a Grand Slam but it happens. It’s not the end of the world.