The tennis star shook what her mama gave her and showed off her killer dance moves during her very own home video to Beyoncé's hit "7/11."
The 33-year-old graces the pages of the latest issue of the fashion bible, making her the first black female athlete to land a solo cover of Vogue.
"It's hard and lonely at the top," Williams admits in her interview with the magazine. "That's why it's so fun to have Caroline [Wozniacki] and my sister, too. You're a target when you're number one. Everyone wants to beat you. Everyone talks behind your back, and you get a lot more criticism. God forbid I lose. It's like ‘Why?' Well, I am human."
Williams continued, "Let's just put an end to this myth that women players cannot be friends. We can!"
Williams also covered the magazine back in June 2012, alongside Ryan Lochte and Hope Solo.
And despite looked downright phenomenal on the Vogue cover, Williams remained hard on herself and her physique during the shoot.
"I should have gone on a diet weeks ago," she shared. "We all get that off season."