After a Sunday victory in Zhuhai, China, Venus Williams, seven-time Grand Slam Champion and former World Number 1 showcased her #BlackGirlMagic and has officially been named to the Top 10 on the WTA Rankings.

Williams’ first week in the Top 10 was on March 30, 1998 at just 17 years old. Seventeen years later, she continues to dominate in the world of tennis.  The domination, however, wasn’t without struggle, Williams’ dedication and devotion to her sport has helped her overcome endless challenges and win her 48th career title.

After a diagnosis of Sjorgens Syndrome in 2011, Williams fell from the Top 100 for more than 29 weeks. Rather than letting her seven-month battle prevent her from returning to tennis, she began proving commentators and fans wrong by collecting 700 points during her stay in Zhuhai, China. Williams has risen from her most recent rank of Number 11 to Number 7 on the WTA rankings.

“It’s a great thing to be Top 10 now with the level of the game, but I’m still very hungry. I’m ready for more,” said Williams following her defeat of Pliskova in the Zhuhai final. Winning three WTA titles at Auckland, Wuhan, and Zhuhai and 41 matches in 2015, Williams has had her best season since 2008.

“Seven weeks here in Asia and now I feel like it’s my home! I’m very happy to be moving forward, but I also want to continue, and not stop here.”

Watch the full match below.