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19 times Serena Williams proved she's a boss

Serena Williams won Wimbledon last week, tying Steffi Graf’s record of 22 Grand Slam wins and setting the record for being the oldest woman to ever clinch a major title — a record she herself had previously set. She’s been on the professional tour for two decades and is showing no signs of slowing down. She is probably the greatest tennis player of all time.

But Williams is also the ultimate off the court, shutting down men with bad opinions, dancing in music videos, wearing beautiful clothes, and even occasionally fighting crime.

Simply put: She reigns supreme. But in case you needed any more convincing — or are firmly on board with that statement and just want to revel in her glory — here are 19 times she made it very, very clear. Long live Queen Williams.

1. WHEN SHE WON HER 22nd GRAND SLAM TITLE, TYING STEFFI GRAF’S RECORD

Serena Williams of the U.S holds up her trophy after winning the women's singles final against Angelique Kerber of Germany on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Saturday, July 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland) ORG XMIT: WIM281

AP Photo/Tim Ireland

The G.O.A.T. at Wimbledon last week, ladies and gentlemen.

2. WHEN SHE SAID THAT LEBRON AND THE CAVALIERS INSPIRED HER

(FILES) This file photo taken on June 18, 2016 shows Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James as he hoists the Larry O'Brien trophy after defeating the Golden State Warriors to win the NBA Finals in Oakland, California. LeBron James, who cemented his status as an NBA great in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to the championship this month, won't play for the USA at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. USA Basketball named a 12-man squad for the Games on June 27, 2016 that didn't include James, confirming last week's reports that he had withdrawn from consideration for the team. / AFP PHOTO / Beck DiefenbachBECK DIEFENBACH/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: 553500445

AFP PHOTO / Beck Diefenbach

Game 7 and Williams’ 22nd Wimbledon win were both pretty incredible.

3. WHEN SHE PUT RAYMOND MOORE IN HIS PLACE FOR HIS DUMB, STUPID, NO GOOD, VERY BAD,…

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