Last week, Serena Williams took to her Twitter account to tease a dance routine tailor made by choreographer Will "WilldaBeast" Adams.
At the time, little was known about the choreographed number. But a week later we're seeing the fruits of the tennis queen's labor and we now know that its a collaboration between Willaabeast and his ImmaBeast cofounder and partner, Janelle Ginestra.
On Thursday, Adams took to his Instagram account to release part of the choreographed routine, starring Serena and his protégé Taylor Hatala.
And here are Serena's thoughts about the routine:
Here is the full choreography as part of the Delta Open Dance.
Did she slay? You be the judge.
The tennis legend will have an extra reason to execute her new dance moves if she wins the U.S. Open.
A victory in the tournament will have Williams surpass Steffi Graf's 22 Grand Slam titles and pull within one of Margaret Court's 24 for the most major championships in women's singles tennis history.
Serena faces Vania King in second-round action of the U.S. Open in New York City on Thursday night.
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