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Wimbledon 2018: Angelique Kerber beats Serena Williams to win title – as it happened
It was just routine every day. Nadal spoils Tsitsipas' birthday with Rogers win 38d. Seven tennis pros tell us what it's like to play Roger Federer 29d Michael Steinberger. The first five weekdays of the tournament will air from 7: Surely ideal situation is now best-of-3 during first 4 rounds for both men and women, and then best-of-5 for the last 2 or 3 rounds - both genders.

Kerber is the Wimbledon champion with a 6-3, 6-3 victory!

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Williams rams a high backhand into the net and Kerber secures the set! She often retaliates immediately. A first double fault, Keen to make amends, she sends down a smash on the first break point and Kerber hits an air shot. An unreturned serve out wide on the second break point. Another jolting change in momentum. Kerber holds from there. From down Williams takes three games on the spin to lead this final for the first time.

Nods of approval when Williams ups the ante, stepping into court and stepping up the power. Kerber clatters a backhand long and Williams is back on level terms. Williams will feel less wobbly after getting on the board with a hold to She settles the game with an arrow of a backhand down the line. Cue applause from Meghan. The Duchess of Cambridge is also in the Royal Box this afternoon. Royalty watching tennis royalty. If Kerber is able to engage Williams in plenty of long exchanges — like she did on that break point — she has a real chance of beating Williams.

Kerber consolidates the break. Williams starts her chase for another piece of history by taking the opening point. And the second, when Kerber clunks long. Williams lands her third consecutive first serve but goes on to tug a backhand wide.

Kerber carves out an early break point. Williams goes for the one-two punch but Kerber soaks up the pressure, showing tremendous defence in a long rally, and Williams whacks a forehand into the net! Kerber gets off to the perfect start with the break! This is a great clash in styles: With all the top seeds going out, this is arguably the best match-up we could have had.

Yeah, I know that she is always pushing you to the limits to play your best tennis. This is the only chance to beat her. Kader Nouni will be the chair umpire for today's women's final. Also known as "The Voice" because of his baritone tones. Seems the right narrator for an occasion as grand as this one. The coin toss , which is being performed by the year-old Tia Clarke. The German opts to receive. A special job for a very special year-old. Tia Clarke will toss the coin ahead of the Wimbledon ladies' singles final today - and she's going for a special technique Here they come, making their way through the corridors of the All England Club.

Williams, headphones on, strides ahead of her opponent. The camera pans to Meghan Markle for the first of probably times this afternoon. The players should be on court very soon. While we wait, some highlights of the Wimbledon final between Williams and Kerber: Ten months ago Serena Williams suffered life-threatening complications after giving birth to her daughter, Olympia.

Only 10 months ago. The American was bedridden for six weeks after an emergency caesarean section last September and needed several procedures after blood clots settled on her lungs.

It was just routine every day. There was a time I could barely walk to my mailbox. A lot of people were saying: In her fourth tournament back, she has looked fit and focused with a fierce desire to win the title for her daughter, gaining momentum with every match and dropping only one set. Kerber enjoyed a superb , winning the Australian and US Opens and finishing runner-up at Wimbledon she played Williams in both the Australian and Wimbledon finals.

She rose to No 1 in the world but seemed to regard her status as a millstone round her neck rather than a milestone. Weighed down by the expectation and attention, she slumped last year, but is now close to her form.

The roof was closed for Djokovic v Nadal. Nadal slips on the grass at on his serve and he slides down, three match points. He misses his first serve, makes the second, but a few shots later Nadal hoiks a forehand wide! Djokovic prevails in the final set after five hours and 15 minutes, and the three-time Wimbledon champion is a grand slam finalist for the first time since ! Ever the gentleman, the world No 1 waits for the victor before walking off court. Djokovic saves three break points to hold for Nadal saves one match point with an absolutely nerveless drop shot to hold for A drop shot on match point.

That probably had even Williams and Kerber clapping in the locker room. Take nothing away from Nadal and Djokovic, though. All of us right now Longest semifinals in Wimbledon history, updated: Isner 6h36m 2. Djokovic vs Nadal 4h47m and counting 3. Lendl 4h01m Yes, the two longest semifinals ever both came this year. How lucky are we?

Nadal is serving at down, with the match only a few minutes away from becoming the second longest semi-final in Wimbledon history. As one of you suggested yesterday: If only there were a device whereby we could break a tie at six games all I think Rafa and Novak are up for the task Nadal has just missed two break points that would have left him serving for the match in the final set.

It was all going swimmingly for Roger Federer, until it wasn't. The mean face, the shouts, the antics Read Manic Monday The second week of the fortnight kicked off with Manic Monday, when all remaining players in both draws were in action. Missed any of the 16 matches across men's and women's singles on Monday at Wimbledon? We've got you covered with key moments and stats from every match. Read First week of the fortnight With warm weather and World Cup fever serving as a backdrop, many top seeds on the women's side of the draw have suffered early exits during the first week of Wimbledon.

The draw-busting first week at Wimbledon has produced plenty of surprises and shockers. It's also reopening the heated debate over seedings at the Grand Slams. Hsieh stuns Simona Halep in her own fashion. The making of a meltdown: Madison Keys' focus slipped towards Serena. Caroline Wozniacki's roller-coaster career takes another turn after surprising second-round loss.

Shining in the dark: Federer-Nadal final of took tennis to new heights. Why it's time all the Grand Slams adopt the second shot clock Read Hamilton: England's penalty triumph breaks Wimbledon's World Cup resistance.

Wimbledon tournament schedule, scores and coverage 83d. Wawrinka into quarterfinals at St. Petersburg 2h Associated Press. Osaka victorious in first match since US Open 9h. Ump who spoke to Kyrgios gets 2-tournament ban 1d. Tiafoe replaces Del Potro at Laver Cup 22h. Getting to the heart of Naomi Osaka's success 6d Aishwarya Kumar. Davis Cup players neutral on controversial ump 6d.

Novak Djokovic has no plans to leave tennis' mountaintop 10d Peter Bodo. About that no-coaching rule in Grand Slam tennis: Let's change it 11d Peter Bodo. How the pay gap in Grand Slam tennis finally closed 13d Peter Bodo.

Tennis built it and they came 24d Peter Bodo. A day after Roger Federer lost, and we're still searching for answers 15d Peter Bodo. Nah, but the heat was a major problem for Roger Federer 16d Alyssa Roenigk. You just survived a grueling match in the heat at the US Open.

I have no plans to retire 21d. Krygios' antics getting more extreme 21d. Seven tennis pros tell us what it's like to play Roger Federer 29d Michael Steinberger.

Simona Halep is No. Serena on 'catsuit' decision: Injury problems made my comeback sweeter 27d. Always forward thinking, Venus Williams not worried about poor results this season 27d Alyssa Roenigk.

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