Muguruza wins Wimbledon title 7-5, 6-0

Doug Mendoza
July 16, 2017

Muguruza, ironically, lost 6-1 6-0 to Czech Barbora Strycova in the opening round at Eastbourne the week before Wimbledon.

The match started at 9:30 p.m. and lasted 55 minutes. On Saturday, at 5-5, she was broken four straight times. You will be a contender-and fan favorite-at the U.S. Open.

Both players won their second Grand Slam titles.

She became the first Spanish woman to win the Wimbledon since Conchita Martinez in 1994.

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"I was just very composed", the 23-year-old Muguruza said.

'For me was a challenge to have her, growing up watching her play.

There were some parallels in their Wimbledon wins. That was enough to convince Martinez that Muguruza would win.

"I could not do nearly anything today", said a helpless Rybarikova after the match.

"Since I lost the final here, I wanted to change that", Muguruza said after her win. "We're going to do this.' It's meant to be".

Last week Florida police said Williams was acting lawfully when she drove her sports utility vehicle into an intersection before a fatal crash with another auto on June 9.

Won her first singles title at Hobart in 2014 and ended the year ranked 21 in the world.

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The men's and women's champions used to share a dance at the Wimbledon gala at the end of the tournament, though that tradition officially ceased in 1977. She covered the team's last appearance in the NBA Finals when she was six months pregnant. Oh, c'mon! Roger. I like Cilic, I have to say seriously.

'You know, people were surprised when I said in French Open, that I had Serena in the final. The seven-time Wimbledon champ even told Muguruza as much that afternoon.

Liu beat Ann Li 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 in the final on No. 1 Court.

Williams crumbled to defeat on Centre Court, losing the second set to love and ultimately going down 7-5, 6-0. Venus, meanwhile, will be playing in her 16th career Slam final. She hadn't dropped a set over the past fortnight, hadn't made it this far since 2009, hadn't won it since 2008. At one point, it looked as if she might cry. It gave her the momentum to pummel Williams as this time she was rewarded with the break, grabbing the first set with both hands to put herself just a set away from the Wimbledon title.

The match is being played under a closed roof on Centre Court.

Williams had arrived at Wimbledon under something of a cloud following her involvement in a fatal vehicle accident.

Three quick thoughts from the 2017 Wimbledon women's final.

Venus Williams will be back in another final soon, and she'll probably win it.

When asked whether fatigue had been her downfall, or that her Sjogrens Syndrome she was diagnosed with in 2011 played a part, Williams completely avoided the question.

Because of Serena's dominance, some haven't truly been able to grasp Venus' importance to the game. "She has won nearly everything".

Actually Venus Williams is the loser today.

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