Days after French Open president, Bernard Guidicelli, announced that Serena Williams' signature catsuit outfit "will no longer be accepted" at the tournament, the 23-time Grand Slam champion had the last laugh.
"There's still several matches to play before you're there", said Williams about a possible meeting with her sister.
Venus has struggled in the Majors this year, losing in the first round of the Australian Open and the French Open and losing in the third round of Wimbledon, a championship she has won five times.
According to the Huffington Post, Williams stepped onto the court during the first round of the U.S. Open against Magda Linette rocking a Louis Vuitton x Virgil Abloh x Nike collaboration tutu number.
The 68th-ranked Linette held her own in the early going, but Williams gained the only break she needed in the first set in the seventh game and rolled from there.
Serena Williams is a member of a board of advisers to Oath, HuffPost's parent company.
After indicating she'd found other methods to help with preventing blood clots, Williams quipped: "When it comes to fashion, you don't want to be a repeat offender".
"Humidity is always hard for me because I think I'm one of the biggest sweaters on tour", he added.More news: England vs India, 4th Test
"He's (Guidicelli) been so easy to talk to", Williams said.
"I think we sometimes went too far", he said.
"Being a Jehovah's Witness is important to me, but I've never really practiced it and have been wanting to get into it", Serena said.
Rafael Nadal also weighed into the Williams fashion debate and the French Open's ban after his first round win against compatriot David Ferrer at the US Open.
But then Serena being the boldest and sassiest in all terms, literally turned heads when she entered the court wearing a one-shoulder outfit which literally set the NY tongues wagging.
Bumped up to 17th seed from her world ranking of 26 because of her pedigree and record, Williams looked relaxed, fitter than recently and ready to contend.
"This is you at the US Open, " the familiar voice of Richard Williams tells the little girl, who cracks a mini-me serve, followed by the full-grown woman unleashing a full-throttle version on the very center court she visualized all those years ago.