The week began with the 23-time Grand Slam champion getting in on the act at an Oscars ceremony dominated by strong females.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black women are three to four times more likely to die during childbirth than are white women. I love it. I love her so much.
"It is something I have thought about and I would like to keep thinking about it", she told BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller.
"Oversized and overconfident. Too mean if I don't smile".
According to Harvard Health, black people and other minority groups in the USA consistently have worse health outcomes than white people, including premature death.
"Too motivated for motherhood".
"Be comfortable with having uncomfortable conversations, like we deserve to be paid what a guy does".
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But balancing work with being a mom isn't always easy. In the Round of 128 of the Indian Wells competition, Serena will go up against 24-year-old Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan. Since giving birth, she's been vocal about the childbirth complications she experienced, which resulted in surgery and weeks of painful recovery time that could have been avoided.
With her husband, the founder of social network Reddit, worth a measly £6m - again, how dare she? - it's fair to assume she's not returning to the court because she needs the money. "I'm just excited to be back and playing here, in Madison Square Garden".
The court isn't the only place Williams is making a change.
In one respect, she has already beaten the Australian.
However, Williams, as ever, will take top billing.
The tennis pro is opening up about her family life.
"I've always been an extremely motivated person, but my main thing is that I would love for my daughter to be around with me doing great, and playing incredible, so that definitely gives me some motivation", she added.