Serena Williams is arguably the greatest female tennis player who ever lived.

It's always possible that another phenom will appear in another lifetime and challenge Serena's incredible collection of accomplishments, but that's not gonna happen anytime soon.

This dudette reigns supreme.

More importantly, she loves to give back to the community, and sometimes, this philanthropy takes the form of lessons for tennis-impaired celebrities.

Recently, the insanely accomplished star saw a video of pals Russell and Ciara Wilson attempting to play tennis and just had to get involved. Click on over to The Daily Player for more details.

Speaking of special, Fanorama is still trying to figure out what it takes. For example, how in the name of Billy Jean King is this arcade-style summer top a hot commodity?

arcade style summer t-shirt

Could it be the super-cool price of $20.99?

Or could it be that it takes someone so awesomely cool to pull off wearing it that the message is virtually shouted out to onlookers?

Or is this merely a collage that nerds can't resist?

We truly don't know. We just sell them. In bunches. For us, that's special in itself.





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