He's handsome in that dark-haired Frenchman kind of way.

A strenuous gym session following her second-round defeat at Wimbledon 2016 made Elina Svitolina lucky in love, as the WTA world No.3 met her now-long-time boyfriend Reece Topley, a fellow athlete, albeit in the sport the Ukrainian had known absolutely nothing about.

Focused on her training session in a London gym, preparing for her upcoming tournament in Montreal, Svitolina’s eyes wandered to a tall and strong guy, a British cricket player, they exchanged glances and she later also saw him in the restaurant. The 23-year-old Svitolina appreciates that her boyfriend is engaged in sports, since it’s easier for them to understand each other’s lives.

If she doesn't pocket her sixth Wimbledon and her fifth U. Open titles this summer, check the ground because the world may have spun off its axis.

She's never been more dominant than now, at the age of 31, which is about 179 in tennis years.

Get back to me when Le Bron beats Kevin Durant's Oklahoma City Thunder every time for nine years.

Sharapova is tall, white and blond, and, because of that, makes more money in endorsements than Serena, who is black, beautiful and built like one of those monster trucks that crushes Volkswagens at sports arenas. The chasm between Serena and the rest of women's tennis is as vast and broad as the space between Ryan Lochte's ears.

The caravan heads to a court about a half-mile from the house and begins loading out the gear.

It's two days before the start of the Sony Open in Miami, one of the circuit's premier nonmajors and the first significant test for Serena since she was upset in the quarterfinals at the Australian Open after spraining an ankle that had ballooned to three times its normal size.

After each one, tennis gurus whispered, "That was Serena's last hurrah."Not quite.

This year she has won the past four tournaments she's entered and is on a 31-match winning streak, the longest of her career.

Serena sighs."I guess it's time to do it."We head over to some nearby courts in my rental car (there's a white Rolls in the driveway)."That's Casper," says ­Serena. And, you know, Casper seemed obvious for that one."Like most everyone in modern America, Serena travels with an entourage.