Serena was definitely feeling herself when she stepped on center court at the 2002 U.S. Open in a skintight, black catsuit. And, with good reason, it was a pure diva moment. The tennis world and brothers everywhere definitely took notice. Never short on confidence, Serena knows how to take command of a moment, much like a match, where her over 100-mile-per-hour serve can blow opponents off the court. Case in point: Her 2012 Olympic gold-medal-winning rout against Maria Sharapova, followed by a celebratory Crip walk dance in front of the Queen of England. There’s never a dull moment when you are watching the highest paid and one of the most decorated women to ever play the game of tennis.