Serena had a pretty easy go against Jarmilla Groth (nee Gaidisova) today, taking it in two easy sets.
Which of course meant that she had plenty of energy left to be kinda awesome in her presser:
Q. Wimbledon is so full of rules and all that kind of stuff. Maybe too many rules, a lot of people would say. The one thing I hear that’s getting on your nerves this week is there’s no eating allowed in the locker rooms. Why?
SERENA WILLIAMS: Uhm, you know, they said they voted on it. And I can understand. I just got confused as to why there are bananas and other stuff that you consume in the locker room, unless they found another way to consume it that I’m not aware of. I don’t dare want to find out.
Q. What do you do with all the bananas and Kit Kats that you get?
SERENA WILLIAMS: I don’t eat them. They say, Don’t eat ‘em in the locker room. So I’m just confused (laughter).
Q. Are you allowed to drink water in the locker room?
SERENA WILLIAMS: I don’t know. They have water in there, so… I mean, I’ve been drinking in the locker room. Maybe I shouldn’t.
Q. What happens if you feel naughty and have a Kit Kat anyway in the locker room?
SERENA WILLIAMS: Well, they’re there, so I don’t understand why they’re there. You know, uhm, I don’t eat in the locker room. They told me not to eat. I try to abide by the rules.
I’m just confused as to why do you supply something you consume if there’s a sign that says, No consuming.
Q. Is the surface any different from previous years?
SERENA WILLIAMS: Uhm, I don't think it's different. I think it's, you know, grass. I don't know how much different it can get. It could be wrong, though.
I'm obviously wrong about consuming, so I could be wrong about the grass (laughter).
Q. I've read that Venus has given you a book on script writing. Will you be at the Emmys or Oscars next year?
SERENA WILLIAMS: I'm writing my script. You'll be excited to know I wrote three parts already. I call it 'my treatment,' so I'm working on my treatment now.
I was going to do it yesterday, but I started watching Dexter and I got a little sidetracked. You know what, today's a good day. I can write. I was really in the mood yesterday. For me it's really about being in the mood and how I'm feeling.
Q. What is the subject matter of the TV script that you're writing?
SERENA WILLIAMS: Uhm, it's a mixture between some of my favorite shows, like Desperate Housewives, and Sex and the City, and actually Family Guy. It's kind of those put together in one, if you can imagine.
That TV script is the equivalent to a the Krispy Kreme Cheeseburger. Kind of gross in concept, totally addicting, but boy, you feel awfully gross afterwards. It's just not good for you.