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Some people were not happy that her name was next to the handwritten word "woman" on one of the four December covers.
Actor Gal Gadot was GQ's woman of the year for 2017.
Another tweeted: "I can't believe no one at GQ thought perhaps with misogynistic and violent trans insults that Serena (and Venus) have dealt with for the last nearly 20 years, to not put woman in quotation marks". However, the magazine's cover has sparked a controversy on social media, as critics have questioned why "Woman" was in quotes.
A blow-up at the chair umpire during her US Open final with Naomi Osaka split opinions around the world over whether she was treated unfairly because of her gender.
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GQ research manager Mick Rouse was quick to set in to explain the stylistic inclusion, in an attempt to quell the flames of fury on Twitter.
She wears a black long-sleeve turtleneck leotard and is called "The Champion" by the magazine.
It is therefore constantly implied because of her success, race and looks she is "like a man" or actually a man playing on the women's tennis circuit to win titles.
The image next to the tennis star - who was clad in a revealing black outfit set off with a chunky Chanel belt - was accompanied by a title with the word "Men" crossed out and replaced by "Woman", denoting the gender in quotation marks. Williams has spoken in the past about being called a man or shamed for her muscular body, Today notes.
"No, I have always had far too much integrity to behave dishonestly".