Serena Williams wins 5th Wimbledon Title!

By Brian Twitter: brian8556utube

#6 Serena Williams, arguably a top 3 Women’s Singles player ever, defeated #3 Agnieszka Radwanska in the Final of the Ladies Singles part of Wimbledon!

Serena Williams, as she closes in on what is now her 5th Wimbledon Title.

Final: #6 Serena Williams def. #3 Agnieszka Radwanska 6-1 5-7 6-2

Rating: S.Williams: 9.5, Radwanska: 8.5, Match: 10

Fun Facts:

Serena Williams won her 14th Women’s Singles Grand Slam Title!

Serena Williams won her 5th Women’s Singles Wimbledon Title!

Agnieszka Radwanska was the 1st Polish man or woman to make the Wimbledon Final!

Set by set recap:

1st Set: Serena flat out dominated Radwanska with her powerful one-handed forehand and that two-handed backhand. The score proves me right. S.Williams won the set 6-1.

2nd Set: Serena dominated by taking a quick 3-1 lead in the 2nd set but then Radwanska came out of no where to make it 4-3 quick and Serena and Radwanska went back and forth all set. Radwanska won the set 7-5.

3rd Set: 1st game of the set was amazing as it took multiple deuces for Radwanska to win the 1st game of the 3rd set over S.Williams. Fun fact for 4th game of 3rd set: Serena was serving and on all 4 of her points in the game, she got an ace! Then Serena and Radwanska took every other game until it was 2-2 where Radwanska was serving and Serena got the break to make it 3 games to 2 for her. Then Serena won the rest of the games of the match in dominating fashion! S.Williams won the set 6-2.


Posted on July 7, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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