Visionary. Pioneer. Legend. As a tennis champion and social activist, Billie Jean King lives her life according to the principles of equality, empowerment, and access.
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Breaking Barriers

Named one of the “100 Most Important Americans of the 20th Century” by LIFE magazine, Billie Jean King’s greatest desire is to empower the next generation with the tools to do better than the one before it. An influential visionary who is both highly respected and strikingly innovative, Billie Jean King’s legacy is ever-evolving.

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90 Million Viewers

Battle of the Sexes

In 1973, 90 million people worldwide watched Billie Jean King defeat Bobby Riggs in the “Battle of the Sexes,” 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. No other sporting event has played a more significant role in developing greater respect and recognition for women athletes.

The Match

Off the Court

The Fight for Equality

A longtime champion for social justice and equality, Billie Jean King is a preeminent voice in the national conversation surrounding gender equality.


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Grand Slam tennis titles

Career victories at Wimbledon

Battle of the Sexes viewership

Tennis Royalty

Greatness on the Court

With 39 Grand Slam titles to her name, including a record 20 titles at Wimbledon, Billie Jean King is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. She held the world #1 ranking in women’s tennis for six of the ten years from 1966 through 1975.

BJK’s Legacy

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An inspiring and intimate self-portrait of the champion of equality that encompasses her brilliant tennis career, unwavering activism, and an ongoing commitment to fairness and social justice.

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Making Headlines

Whether she’s in the news, on the news, or writing about the news, one thing is for certain. Billie Jean King always has something to say.

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She’s smart. She’s funny. She’s inspiring.

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A true honor to be a part of this year`s @incmagazine #FemaleFounders 250, a list of the most creative and inspiring female leaders in America.

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Bill Moffitt was an athlete, a hardworking police officer, and a brave firefighter.

His work ethic was inspiring, and taught me the value of going after my dreams.

Happy birthday, Dad. I love you.

What a special day it was last year when @flotus and I watched the top athletes of NCAA D1 women`s basketball living out the dream of Title lX @wfinalfour.

Can`t wait for the games tonight.

#WFinalFour #FinalFour #MarchMadness #FlashbackFriday #FBF #flotus #basketball

Do you know the story of the real-life "Rosies" of World War II?

Cheers to May Krier, and all the other Rosies, who contributed so much to American society and fought for the rights women enjoy today.

#womenshistorymonth #WHM #rosietheriveter #womenshistory #remembering

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