MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- A new coach might give Venus Williams the fresh approach she needs to end sister Serena's dominance.
But it's not going to happen.
Serena won her fourth straight Grand Slam title Saturday and in all four she has beaten Venus in the final.
Both sisters are coached by father Richard Williams and mother Oracene Price, although it's obvious the parents loan more moral than technical support to their daughters.
Venus says she just couldn't work with anyone else.
"I couldn't deal with a coach," she said. "I like my mom and dad because they're really laid back. Once we leave the court we don't talk about tennis, strategy, all that."
Venus says she's happy with the current situation.
"If I hired a coach they'd want to talk about strategy, scout other players, they want to do all that stuff I don't want to do.
"They wouldn't be able to tell me anything, we'd get in an argument and it wouldn't be good."
And what if Richard and Oracene feel like retiring?
"Once mom and dad get tired I think Serena and I will coach each other."
Somehow, I do not think that SERENA would tell VENUS how to beat SERENA.