Serena Williams beaten by Angelique Kerber for Wimbledon title

Serena has not been beaten at the All England Club since 2014 and is eyeing her eighth Wimbledon title in only her 10th final

Serena has not been beaten at the All England Club since 2014 and is eyeing her eighth Wimbledon title in only her 10th final

It was a rematch of the 2016 final, which Williams won, but this time there was no doubt who was the better player and Kerber was able to celebrate her third grand slam title, becoming the first German singles champion at Wimbledon since Steffi Graf in 1996.

Angelique Kerber claimed her first Wimbledon title with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over seven-time champion Serena Williams.

Williams had been bidding to match Margaret Court's all-time majors mark in her just her fourth tournament - and 15th match - back after more than a year out of the game to have daughter Alexis Olympia. For Serena, surpassing Margaret Court (24 grand slam titles) and making more history at Wimbledon will have to wait, despite that she still had an fantastic run given her return from pregnancy just a few weeks previously.

Adding: "I look forward to it". He'll have THREE match points. She never really gave Serena Williams much of a chance.

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Williams was gunning for her eighth title at the All England Club but Kerber dominated the match to flip the tables following the result during the pair's previous showdown.

Nothing against Angelique Kerber, who is a great champion, but Kerber was playing just one opponent in the Wimbledon final.

Graf was Kerber's hero when she was growing up in Bremen. A stung American upped her intensity to break back and level 2-2, but as the set progressed some things were beginning to become clear. "The defense is one of her qualities, but she also knows now that she's not going to win a Grand Slam with just defense, and that's, for me, very important".

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Williams, meanwhile, sure sounded like a tennis player who is just starting her career. The ball missed, sailed long and Kerber calmly went about her game. "Obviously I can compete for the long run in a Grand Slam", she said. "And to hold this trophy now, it is something that I can't describe". Before the women's final begins, the Centre Court crowd will be treated to the conclusion of the men's semifinal between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton enjoyed an outing at Wimbledon on Saturday. "We've always had a wonderful friendship and every year for a couple years she comes out to Wimbledon, has supported me and now she's supporting me in a different role".

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However, she was caught on camera looking deflated following Serena's defeat by Angelique.

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