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Serena Williams shares spotlight with Cincinnati in new commercial

Serena Williams with Cincinnati as the background (Source: Beats by Dre, YouTube) Serena Williams with Cincinnati as the background (Source: Beats by Dre, YouTube)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati serves as the backdrop for the new Beats by Dre headphones commercial that appeared online Wednesday. 

The world's No. 1 ranked women's tennis player, Serena Williams, is the star of the commercial, but Cincinnati shines as the background. 

The three minute commercial titled 'Serena Williams - Rise,' shows clips of Williams' career and her running through the streets of Cincinnati, Eden Park and up the steps of Immaculata Church in Mt. Adams.

Viewers can spot the Great American Tower, a fountain in Eden Park and underneath Fort Washington Way. 

At the end of the commercial, Williams finishes her run overlooking Cincinnati's skyline.

A photo of the shoot posted on Instagram last month showed the commercial shoot on Fourth and Plum streets. Williams confirmed the commercial shoot during an media interview at the Western & Southern Open.

She won the Western & Southern Open for the second time last month. 

[Mobile users can view the video here]

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