June 25, 2015 7:20 AM EDT

In her 20 years of competing professionally, Williams has earned $69.7 million in prize money, more than any other female player in history. Now, with 35 major tournament titles under her belt, including her singles victory at the French Open in early June, Williams is at the top of her game. Headed into Wimbledon, she’s halfway to a Grand Slam this year.

268

Aces hit so far in 2015 competitions

128.6

Miles per hour (207 km/h) of her fastest recorded serve, at the Australian Open in 2013

3

Hours a day spent on the court

$82,500

Fine paid to the Grand Slam committee for an outburst at the 2009 U.S. Open, the largest fine ever imposed on a tennis player

20

Grand Slam singles titles–so far; she holds the third most in the history of women’s tennis

15

Grand Slam doubles and mixed-doubles titles

4

Olympic gold medals–1 in women’s singles and 3 in women’s doubles, an all-time tennis record shared only by her sister Venus

1,539

Calories burned in an average best-of-three-sets match

1

Racket head smashed in half, after losing a set in 2014

This appears in the July 06, 2015 issue of TIME.

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