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Garbiñe Muguruza crowned Wimbledon champion after beating Venus Williams

17 Julio 2017

After winning the opening set, Muguruza rode the momentum without losing another game, breaking Williams' serve three times in the second set and clinching the victory after 77 minutes. I feel lucky to play her here. "I was watching Venus-I know it sounds incredible".

Williams lamented the two poor forehands she played when Muguruza was fighting to stay in the first set.

The women's doubles final eventually started after the conclusion of the men's but it proved to be far less competitive.

Liu, who was seeded third at Wimbledon, lost to 15-year-old Whitney Osuigwe at Roland Garros.

"I think today, I played well".

During the opening set, with the roof keeping out the rain, it proved impossible to separate the two as they both served emphatically. This year has been amazing in terms of my play, playing deep into the big events. "It is not over until it is over".

Shortly after that, in 2011, Williams announced she had Sjogren's disease, an energy-sapping illness that also can cause joint pain.

The 37-year-old tennis champ was defeated by Garbiñe Muguruza at the 2017 Wimbledon finals on Saturday in London.

Muguruza showed guts to sneak a nerve-shredding opening set, saving two set points before hitting Williams decisively one game later.

Muguruza replicated coach Conchita Martinez to become only the second Spanish woman to win the Wimbledon singles title on the grass.

Spain's Garbine Muguruza won her first Wimbledon title with a straight-set win over five-time champion Venus Williams saturday.

The debut title at Wimbledon brought Garbinie the Wind more than 2.5 million euros in prize money and 2000 ranking points that will allow the Spaniard to start a new week on the status of the fourth racket of the tournament. "It meant a lot because she has won 22 Grand Slams and, if she says something like that, I don't think she's saying it just to be nice".

Garbiñe Muguruza crowned Wimbledon champion after beating Venus Williams