Serena Williams celebrates defeating Julia Goerges of Germany during their Ladies’ Singles semi-final match on day 10 of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 12, 2018 in London, England.
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We all know Queen Serena is the greatest of all time.

After almost dying while giving birth to her daughter Alexis Olympia a mere 10 months ago, the tennis superstar has started to dip her toes into the waters of competition again. And although her return to the court has not produced any major wins (just yet), she still managed to rocket up 153 ranks in the WTA rankings after her runnerup finish at Wimbledon, and is now seated comfortably at the No. 28 spot.

This was of course after falling to the No. 453 spot because she had a baby, because of some archaic, sexist system used in the WTA. 

Despite the arbitrary numbers they’re putting on the undisputed No. 1's name, even haters have to recognize game, and the haters are at Serena’s throat once again, targeting her for a “random” drug test.

Riiiiiiiiiggggght.

“Random.”

On Tuesday, after being subjected to yet another test, Serena once again spoke out about her persistent testing, slamming it for what it is: discrimination.

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Serena has lamented the number of tests she’s been subjected to before. Per a USADA database, as of July 20, Serena has already gone through five drug tests since the beginning of 2018.

In June, it was revealed that she had already been tested more than twice as often as any other top American women’s tennis player. She was also tested more than any of the top five American male players.

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But while calling out the treatment she receives, she remained as graceful as ever, because ain’t nothing bothers a bitter hater more than an unbothered queen who knows she’s the best and doesn’t have to dope.

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Bring. It. On. We got some titles to snatch.