Serena Williams beats Angelique Kerber in Wimbledon finals by winning two straight sets 7-5 6-3 and eventually the championship point. With her unstoppable serves, Serena has shattered the hopes of Germany’s Angelique Kerber in her first ever grand slam finals. And thus, the top-seeded defending champion has won her 7th Wimbledon title. Adding to this Serena has 6 U.S Open, 6 Australian Open and 3 French Open titles. Serena now holds a total of 22 singles grand slam titles and equates her record with Steffi Graf’s. But, she still stands second on the list of top grand slam title winners after Margaret Court.
It has been fourteen years that Serena won her first Wimbledon title and she still is the best at her game. Her grand slam titles journey has started way back in 1999 when she won her first singles title at U.S. Open on her home ground. In the course of her 17-year trivial career, Serena witnessed numerous ups and downs. Serena was in tremendous form last year but she missed her calendar grand slam by just 2 matches when she lost in the semi-finals of US open. Although, she did win all the four grand slam titles in a row starting with U.S open in 2014 till Wimbledon in 2015.
At an age of 34, Serena being this fit and performing astoundingly is definitely a miraculous stunt, which only this American can pull off. Congratulating Serena Williams on her amazing victory and wishing her best for the times ahead.
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