In this Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 photo, United States' Serena Williams, left, embraces her sister, Venus, as she celebrates after winning the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara, File)
On Saturday, tennis sisters Serena and Venus Williams faced each other in the Ladies Final of the Australian Open in Melbourne. Serena defeated her sister to take home her 23rd Grand Slam title. They are not the only siblings who work or have to face each other and succeed in the same industry. 

Here are other super siblings: 

Beyonce and Solange Knowles

Probably the most lit siblings in the music industry at the moment. Last year they joined an elite list of siblings who have No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 charts. Anele and Thembisa Mdoda

  These sisters both have successful TV shows. They support one another and they always have each other’s backs, especially on Twitter. Willow and Jaden Smith

Basically they are the 'Cool Kids' of the universe. Jaden has acted alongside his father and , just like the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, is making a mark in the rap world. Willow has a phenomenal voice and, at 10 years old, she released her first single “Whip my hair” which went platinum in the US. Kuli Roberts and Hlubi Mboya Arnold



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Kuli is a fashion and beauty tabloid journalist and has hosted and co-hosted numerous television shows - the latest being Trending SA. Hlubi is best known for her role as Nandipha in Isidingo in the late 2000’s. She has also graced many magazine covers including True Love and Elle. Kendall and Kylie Jenner

They are partially Kardashian, so it’s no surprise that these sisters have taken the world by storm. Kendall and Kylie have graced almost every magazine cover in the universe, be it modeling, clothing or makeup lines, they do it . And very well, might we add.