Her on-court ensemble will feature "the Broosh", a bedazzled brooch designed in the shape of the recognisable Nike Swoosh.
The brooch has been adorned by with 34 Swarovski crystals, the age Williams was when she last won the Wimbledon women's singles tournament in 2016.
Abby Swancutt, global design director for NikeCourt, says she wanted to give the brooch a nostalgic feel.
"I also wanted her to feel like it was something her grandmother could have worn, but of course give it a modern spin and make it just right for Serena," Swancutt said.
In addition to "the Broosh", Williams will wear a white, Nike dress manufactured from a knitted material, in keeping with the tournament's strict all-white dress code.
The brooch marks the first time a Nike Swoosh has been embellished with Swarovski crystals.
It came with a cape emblazoned with the words: "Mother, Champion, Queen, Goddess," written in French, although the cape was taken off for gameplay.
However, three months later French Open president Bernard Giudicelli announced that participants of the tournament would no longer be allowed to wear outfits similar to the catsuit in order "to respect the game and the place".
To learn about the history of Wimbledon's all-white dress code for tennis players competing in the championship, click here.
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