Serena Williams, who as of late declared retirement from tennis, has frequently made heads turn with her on-court style picks

 The 40-year-old crushed Danka Kovinic of Montenegro 6-3, 6-3 before a larger number of than 23,000 fans on Arthur Ashe Stadium Court.

 Previous world number one Williams had dominated only one game on visit the entire year before Monday and seen her positioning slip to 605 ..

 That sort of structure provoked Williams to uncover that she was near the precarious edge of retirement from the game in which she played her most memorable match as an expert in 1995.

 "It was a hard choice," expressed Williams on her choice to declare recently that "the commencement" is on for her retirement

 "I think when you are enthusiastic about something it is in every case hard to leave," she said

 "I have been attempting to choose what to do. I love this game

 She added: "I believe this present time's the opportunity. I have a family and there's different parts throughout everyday life

 "It's like Serena 2.0. I will in any case be insane, I'll in any case be extraordinary. I'll in any case be near.

 She celebrated with a little dance on the standard and a wide grin, likely stirring up a lot of joy for a group that included Martina Navratilova ex-world heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson previous US president Bill Clinton.