Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian attend Swiatek’s favorite band’s concert.

On September 11, Serena Williams and her husband Alexis Ohanian went to see Pearl Jam perform at Madison Square Garden. With the hashtag “spotted,” Alexis Ohanian published an Instagram story of another concertgoer who captured a photo of them.

Swiatek adores Pearl Jam as well.

Iga Swiatek recently admitted that she listens to two different Pearl Jam songs before every match when questioned about her pre-match playlist. Iga Swiatek mentioned that she fears changing change her pre-match playlist because she has been listening to it for more than a year during the on-court interview after her three-set triumph over Jule Niemeier in the US Open quarterfinals.

Swiatek’s current playlist assisted her in achieving the WTA world number one ranking because her highest ranking in 2021 was fourth. In essence, it’s Thunderstruck, followed by Pearl Jam’s Even Flow, GorillaZ, Porch, Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin), and I’m afraid to change it.

I’ve been listening to that for a year now, and although I find it to be pretty boring, it does seem to be working, so I must continue,” remarked Swiatek. Swiatek is “scared” to change the pre-match playlist because it helped her become world no. 1 (see the interview video here).

Federer shared the court with Pearl Jam’s guitarist.

In a match in Seattle in 2017, Gates and Federer competed against American tennis player John Isner and Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, raising almost $2 million for Federer‘s foundation.

In 2018, Gates returned to the court and helped a Silicon Valley match raise more than $2.5 million. “Obviously, there are a variety of different things. Make it seem like I can talk about anything, is what I mean. He just made a $100 million donation to the coronavirus research through his charity.

Spending time with Bill Gates and his staff alone is always eye-opening, according to Roger, who was speaking to Simon Parker.