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Could Serena Williams be getting her own Air Jordans? LET’S HOPE SO.  SPEAKING OF A MARRIAGE MADE IN HEAVEN, THIS WOULD BE THE GREATEST ACQUISITION OF AIR JORDAN TO DATE.

According to some, the answer is yes. Sole Collector reported on Sunday that the tennis star — already sponsored by Nike — could be getting an Air Jordan 1. Photos on mr_unloved1s’ Instagram account show a black and pink Air Jordan 1, which the account says is reportedly a player’s edition shoe for Williams.

Sole Collector is also reporting that Williams’ NikeCourt Flare sneaker could also get an Air Jordan color treatment this year.

Williams is readying for the 2017 Grand Slam season with the start of the Australian Open on Jan. 16. She has already had a pretty great start to the year, announcing her engagement to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

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Serena Jameka Williams (born September 26, 1981) is an American professional tennis player. The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has ranked her world No. 1 in singles on six separate occasions. She became the world No. 1 for the first time on July 8, 2002, and achieved this ranking for the sixth time on February 18, 2013. On the latter occasion, she held the ranking for 186 consecutive weeks, tying the record set by Steffi Graf for the most consecutive weeks as world No. 1 by a female tennis player. In total, she has been world No. 1 for 309 weeks, which ranks her 3rd in the Open Era among female tennis players. Williams’ accomplishments and success in professional tennis have led some commentators, players and sport writers to regard her as the greatest female tennis player of all time.

Williams holds the most major titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined amongst active players, male or female. Her record of 38 major titles puts her fourth on the all-time list and second in the open era: 22 in singles, 14 in women’s doubles, and 2 in mixed doubles. She is the most recent female player to have held all four major singles titles simultaneously (2002–03 and 2014–15) and the third player, male or female, to achieve this record twice after Rod Laver and Steffi Graf. She is also the most recent player, together with her sister Venus Williams, to have held all four Grand Slam women’s doubles titles simultaneously (2009–10).

Her total of 22 Grand Slam singles titles marks the joint record for the most Major wins by a tennis player (male or female) in the Open Era, and is tied for second on the all-time list behind Margaret Court (24), She is the only tennis player – female or male – to have won singles titles at least six times in three of the four Grand Slam tournaments. She is also the only tennis player to have won 10 Grand Slam singles titles in two separate decades. She has won an all-time record of 12 Grand Slam singles titles on hardcourt. Williams holds the Open Era record for most titles won at the Australian Open (6) and shares the Open Era record for most titles won at the US Open with Chris Evert (6). She also holds an all-time record for the most singles matches won at the Grand Slams with 309 matches (through the 2016 US Open).

She has won 14 Grand Slam doubles titles with her sister Venus, and the pair are unbeaten in Grand Slam doubles finals.  As a team, she and Venus have the third most women’s doubles grand slam titles, behind the 18 titles of Natasha Zvereva (14 with Gigi Fernandez) and the record 20 titles won by Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver. Williams is also a five-time winner of the WTA Tour Championships in the singles division. Serena has also won four Olympic gold medals, one in women’s singles and three in women’s doubles—an all-time record shared with her sister, Venus.

The arrival of the Williams sisters has been credited with ushering in a new era of power on the women’s professional tennis tour. Williams was the highest paid female athlete in 2016, earning $28.9 million in prize money and endorsements.  In December 2015, she was named Sportsperson of the Year by Sports Illustrated magazine.