Serena Williams loves a bit of drama, even if she has to add the theatrical embellishments herself. On a stage where she’s been performing since last century and against a 17-year-old local wild-card entry, the top-ranked Williams tried to put on a show to distract the partisan Australian Open crowd from the lopsided 6-2, 6-1 margin of victory. She played a drop shot with a Musketeer-style flourish and a skip to set up triple-break point early in the second set against No. 155-ranked Ashleigh Barty on Monday. It would have been different playing her at like a French Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open, but she’s from here, so obviously it’s a different atmosphere,” Williams said.