Serena Williams wore a "QUEEN" necklace during her second-round Australian Open match.
The tennis legend made light work of Serbia's Nina Stojanović in a dominant 6-3, 6-0 showing.
She'll face Russia's Anastasia Potapova in her round-three matchup Thursday.
Serena Williams is tennis royalty - even down to her jewelry.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion is cruising through the early rounds of the Australian Open, and she's been rocking a silver "Queen" necklace to remind everyone of her sovereignty over the professional tennis kingdom.
Turns out, Williams' flashy bling comes from her own jewelry line - Serena Williams jewelry. The diamond-encrusted "Sterling Silver 'Queen' ID Necklace" is listed on the brand's website as perfect for "the diva in your life" and is available for $325.
"Ready to rule the world?" the description reads.
She made light work of her second-round opponent during their match at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena Wednesday morning. The 11th-ranked superstar took down Serbia's Nina Stojanović in a commanding 6-3, 6-0 performance - and she did it in just one hour and nine minutes.
The 39-year-old Williams looks to be in vintage form as she tears through her first Grand Slam of the year. Though she's already won the Australian Open seven times in her esteemed career, Williams is in pursuit of something much greater this time around. With her eighth win at the tournament, she would secure her 24th career Grand Slam title and tie the great Margaret Court for the most all-time.
Anastasia Potapova is the next road block along Serena's route to history. She'll face the Russian 19-year-old in a third-round meeting on Thursday.
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