The flashbulbs will surely go off as fans watch how Serena Williams moves around on that sore back and ankle at Madison Square Garden on Monday night.
It's only an exhibition, a perfect time for some photos, though Williams kind of likes golf's rule that prevents pictures at tournaments.
Now that she knows it exists.
The 15-time Grand Slam champion was caught by TV cameras with a look of surprise when security scolded her for snapping a shot from Tiger Woods' gallery at the Honda Classic on Friday.
''It's a great policy,'' Williams said with a laugh in a phone interview Sunday. ''I had just never even watched golf in my life.''
She was just so used to the shutters clicking at tennis tournaments.
''Who knew?'' she said, then added: ''Maybe everyone knew but me.''
Williams pulled out of the Dubai Championships on Feb. 20, citing the back injury. She turned her right ankle in her first-round match at the Australian Open, then hurt her lower back in her quarterfinal loss to fello...