Why Serena Williams has never been defined by chase for Margaret Court's Grand Slam record

Williams won her 23rd title at the Australian Open in 2017.

In the five years since, the subject of Court's record has followed her everywhere.

The American has been asked about it in almost every news conference.

Pundits discussing her legacy have dissected the subject at length.

Williams has never allowed herself to be defined by this record. She is far more than just a number.

Court's record does not accurately represent the changes in professionalism in tennis.

BBC Sport takes a closer look at the record that Williams, in her own words, "shoulda, woulda, coulda" have broken.

Williams won her first major singles title at her home Slam with victory in the 1999 US Open.