Venus Williams has proven herself to be quite the YouTuber this summer, and her latest video, called "The Williams Sisters Make a Comeback," provided some highly entertaining insight into her and her sister Serena's parallel journeys in the mixed-doubles draw at Wimbledon.
Venus started by documenting the process by which she and partner Frances Tiafoe learned to work as a team, which she affectionately dubbed WilToe.
"Doubles is a specialty," Venus explained to the audience. "There's a whole lot of doubles strategy and doubles moves that, if you do not perfect, you're not gonna be effective on the court."
She then recapped the team's first round, which they won, 6-2, 6-3, over Great Britain's Scott Clayton and Sarah Beth Grey.
Venus also gave her thoughts on SerAndy, the Serena Williams–Andy Murray tandem, and her takeaway wasn't the glowing review given by most people.
"Andy didn't ask me to play, so I'm gonna confront him about that. And Serena didn't ask me to play doubles—I'm gonna confront her about that," Venus joked. "I feel like the one that got left out."
Wiltoe wound up losing in the second round, to No. 12 seeds Franko Skugor and Raluca Olaru.
"Our opponents were real doubles specialists," Venus said, "and the guy we were playing served unreal. I swear he had three eyes and one of those eyes was looking at me the whole time."
She closed the video by listing some short-term goals, including learning from her losses, getting motivated and eating less junk food.
Venus' will next play in San Jose on Tuesday night, against Bethanie Mattek-Sands, who, thankfully, has only two eyes.