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Amazon boxes and dozens of shoes sit stacked in the foyer next to a giant painting of Venus.
"I am definitely not that girl's mentor.")She's been recovering from the ankle injury for two months, but if anyone is feeling the pressure, nobody shows it."Ai yi yi."An assistant brings in some new Green Day T-shirts – they're her favorite band.Serena reanimates and does a bunny hop around the dining room. "Patrick Mouratoglou, her newish French coach and possibly her boyfriend, emerges from a backroom.But the action takes place in the kitchen, where a cook hands Serena a green potion.She drinks it reluctantly."I had chicken and waffles the other day, so I've got to make up for it," she says.(Evert now says Serena is the best of all time.) Hell, even dating Brett Ratner couldn't stop her. Serena and Venus Williams share a house in a gated community in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, where the rest of the residents have been enjoying the early-bird specials for years. On a misty March morning, Serena answers the door in sweats and a T-shirt, her long hair flowing in about seven directions."Come on in," she says, rubbing the sleep out of her eyes.
Neither could older sister Venus, merely the second-best tennis player of the past 20 years. Serena only compromises with herself."I've thought it would be cool to have a baby young," says Serena. "I've got to practice, ugh." Then her face brightens. I'm getting them done in colors that change with my mood.
Serena was beaten by the beautiful and – for sports writers – conveniently black Sloane Stephens, leading tennis commentators to call her the "New Serena." Stephens proceeded to lose seven of her next 10 matches and earned Serena's annoyance when the press suggested that Stephens regarded Serena as a mentor.
Stephens objected, saying no way in hell was Serena her mentor and questioned whether Serena had dissed her on Twitter, proving the tennis tour is much like Mean Girls with prize money.
Get back to me when Le Bron beats Kevin Durant's Oklahoma City Thunder every time for nine years.
Sharapova is tall, white and blond, and, because of that, makes more money in endorsements than Serena, who is black, beautiful and built like one of those monster trucks that crushes Volkswagens at sports arenas. The chasm between Serena and the rest of women's tennis is as vast and broad as the space between Ryan Lochte's ears.
Meanwhile, Serena came back last year from foot problems and blood clots that could have killed her.