I just happenned to turn to Good Morning America during breakfast for Serena's interview, supposedly an apology for her actions. It turned out to be a 8 minute plug for her new book "On the Line". I've never been a fan of the Williams sisters, but she said that her actions were no worse than others and that the publics' outrage at her threats might be because she is a woman. After this egotistical, grandiose, excuse of an explaination, I don't see how anyone can believe her sincerity. She must have mentioned "the book I wrote, On the Line" 15 times. One would think, in the face of larger fines and a possible suspension, she would at least try to act a little more humble, but she dosen't care about tennis, or the linesperson she threatened, or the fans. She cares about Serena.