If you thought Serena Williams was going to dominate at Wimbledon, stun at the Olympics, then come home and be quiet, you are sadly mistaken.
Serena, along with her sister Venus, are the latest cover stars for the current issue of the New York Times Magazine, and there really couldn't have been a better choice for a post-Olympic cover.
The sisterly duo is featured on the cover in all their glistening glory, showing off muscle tone that some could only dream of.
Venus, the seven time Grand Slam tennis champion, has slowed down with tennis since she was diagnosed with Sjogren's Syndrome, an autoimmune disease that can cause joint pain, while her sister has continued on a fruitful tennis career.
Check out the photos of the duo in the gallery above, it may make you want to sign up for a washboard abs class - stat!
Head over to New York Times Magazine to read the full article.