Serena Williams Slays On The July 2016 Cover Of Glamour

The tennis champ chats kids, fashion and more.

08/06/2016 2:14 AM AEST | Updated 08/06/2016 2:17 AM AEST

Serena Williams is the epitome of strength, style and self-love. So it's no surprise she's the cover star of Glamour's "Women Are Strong As Hell" July 2016 issue.

Clad in a white Wolford one-piece and an Off White c/o Virgil Abloh jacket, the tennis star looks as fierce as ever:

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Williams, who has starred in her fair share of magazine spreads, looks absolutely stunning in the issue, wearing a Burberry dress...

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... and our personal favorite, a Fleur du Mal bodysuit and the Azzedine Alaia belt to end all belts:

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The 34-year-old has said in the past she was "born to do tennis." But as she explains inside the magazine, there are a few other things she was born to do, too: Creating a clothing line (she attended fashion school in 1999 and told the mag her line is "definitely not something I just slap my name on"), and having children, for example.

She told the glossy that having a child is "something I've always wanted since as long as I could remember," but she has, up until now, felt "too young." "Hopefully I'll be able to mature one of these days, get serious, and at least have them pretty fast," she said. 

No pressure, Serena, but our imaginations can't help but run wild with all the epic mommy-and-me tennis outfit possibilities.  

Head to Glamour to see the entire interview (including her powerful statement about the gender wage gap), and pick up your copy, on newsstands June 14. 

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