Serena Williams' new autobiography was released the day she began play at the 2009 U.S. Open. This makes its timing unfortunate for two reasons. First, it was outdated almost as soon as it hit shelves. Two, the title of the book couldn't have ended up becoming more ironic unless it included the words "shoving" and "throat".
On the Line wasn't a good title before Serena's infamous tirade. It sounds like a Johnny Cash biography or the name of a reality show about tightwalking. But after Serena was called for the foot fault heard 'round the world, the name becomes as ill-timed as that of the 1980s diet candy Ayds.