In the video, Williams gyrates with a tennis racket, zips around in a golf cart, and pops into handstands. She dances joyously in neon Nike gear, and even attaches a GoPro camera to her tennis racket in tribute to Bey's selfie-stick spin.
The exuberant silliness and homemade aesthetic are clearly inspired by Beyonce's antics-filled video for "7/11," which debuted last year.
The tennis star made the video in collaboration with Vogue at the BallenIsles Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. A public relationship rep for Williams told The Huffington Post that filming took just two hours.
Williams, meanwhile, is on a high right now. She stunned on the April cover of Vogue, posting a flawless Instagram to celebrate:
Oh, and she's still the world's number one tennis player.