See how much you know about the American's history at her home Slam. (Getty)

Tied for the most number of US Open titles in history, Serena Williams has made her mark in New York. With a historic presence at the Grand Slam dating back to 1998, it's hard to imagine the US Open without Serena.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding the tour's schedule this year, the US Open is moving ahead with regular main draw play starting on August 31. Serena has already announced her intent to play, instantly increasing the hype for the hard-court major. The US Open would become the first Grand Slam to be held since the coronavirus pandemic began. 

As we count down the days, now is the perfect time to learn about Serena's history at the US Open.