Serena Williams wins 5th Wimbledon title

By Kelly J Newson

Serena Williams was in true champion form as she played against and beat Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland for the Wimbledon title. Serena Williams won in three sets 6-1, 5-7, 6-2, claiming her 14th major championship and fifth Wimbledon championship, becoming the first woman in her 30’s since Martina Navratilova in 1990 to win the British championship.

It’s been a struggle for Serena Williams as she has battled health issues these past few years. However, Serena Williams battled back and even after exiting in the first round of this year’s French Open and seeing many begin to write her off she has re-emerged. In true champion form here she is again with her 5th Wimbledon title. As she has battled through blood clots in her lungs and foot injuries, Serena Williams is back and even set a new record with 102 aces in a tournament getting 17 in the final. Yes, Serena Williams’ serve game was on point at Wimbledon, and it helped to lead her to winning the Final.

After the match, Serena had this to say about her serve, “I can’t describe why it was so good or how it was so good, I just had the rhythm, you know, kind of felt it.”

It’s been a long journey for Ms. Serena Williams, and she is well deserving of her win. Hopefully, this is the start of something special for Ms. Serena Williams as she and sister Venus take to the court again to play in the Wimbledon doubles Final. Good luck to Venus and Serena both, and congrats Serena Williams on winning your 5th Wimbledon Title.

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