How Venus and Serena Williams Are Coordinating on the Tennis Court

07/31/2012 at 04:00 PM ET

Serena and Venus Williams
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Many of us with siblings close in age are so over those coordinating outfits of our childhood — but not Venus and Serena Williams. The sisters selected matching white, navy and red outfits for their doubles match at the Olympics on Monday — and dominated in the process.

Since Serena is a Nike athlete, and wears the brand’s goods, Venus actually designed a look of her own to match her sister’s style, and is selling the pieces in limited quantities through her EleVen clothing line.

The top and skirt — manufactured in the United States — give a nod to Wonder Woman, Venus admits. “I hope it will help me channel my favorite superhero,” she says, “and manifest another gold medal.”

To see more from Venus’s line (there’s a cute tennis dress, too!) visit elevenbyvenus.com. (Spoiler alert ahead.) The sisters face Italy in the upcoming quarterfinals — and we can’t wait to see what they wear!

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