Serena Williams Breaks Down Her Most Iconic On-Court Looks

The G.O.A.T. of women's tennis takes us through her on-court style history.

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It's pretty much Serena Williams' year this year. With a major Wimbledon win, shouts from J.K. Rowling, a mind-blowing New York Magazine cover and editorial, and a maybe-kinda-sorta-possible relationship with Drake (who, for the record, is also killing it this year), Williams' isn't just busy—she's the G.O.A.T.

Aside from winning tennis titles, Williams has also established herself as a modern-day tennis style icon. Likely tying in with the reintroduction of the NikeCourt line, Williams took a look back at some of her most iconic outfits with the Swoosh, dropping a video on her Facebook with plenty of commentary.

The pieces start in 2004, and include her "whole U.S. Open collection" since she started playing the Open—minus two years. Highlights include: a lime green ensemble from the 2007 Australian Open, her denim skirt from the 2004 U.S. Open, and the simplified red look she wore at the 2008 U.S. Open—also the moment she officially became the number one female tennis player in the world

It's just another reminder that when it comes to style, we should be admiring female athletes just as much as their male counterparts. After this, and with the U.S. Open starting at the end of this month, we're just looking forward to what Williams will be wearing when wins this year's U.S. Open (yeah, we said it—*sips espresso*).

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