Four WTA stars past, present and future were celebrated in Google's tribute to '25 Years of Search.' The technology giant recently released a video highlighting its last two-plus decades, showcasing how it revolutionized the global access to information, and how some topics have transcended language, culture, and national barriers.

In Google's capturing of historical moments and other cultural touchpoints, Billie Jean King and the Williams sisters fell under the category of 'the most searched GOAT," short for Greatest of All-Time, with former NFL star Tom Brady, and joined athletes including Cristiano Ronaldo, LeBron James, Usain Bolt and cricketer Virat Kohli in the overall tribute.

"To keep moving forward, each generation passes the baton down to the next generation," King is heard narrating over clips featuring the trio.

Coco Gauff, meanwhile, makes an appearance later, as her US Open-winning celebration from September is toasted with text that reads, "Here's to the ones who set the bar."


They're not the only tennis players who've gotten people talking: Also per Google's "Year in Search," Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz ranked No. 6 and No. 7, respectively, in the year's Top 10 most-searched athletes.

Damar Hamlin, the Buffalo Bills player who suffered a cardiac arrest episode in an NFL game in January before recovering, topped the list, and Djokovic and Alcaraz followed a Top 5 that also included French soccer player Kylian Mbappé, Kansas City Chiefs player (and Taylor Swift's boyfriend) Travis Kelce, NBA star Ja Morant and English soccer player Harry Kane.