Serena Williams beats Angelique Kerber in final, gets milestone win


WIMBLEDON, England — In her pursuit of one of the most elusive records in tennis, the third time proved the charm for Serena Williams at Wimbledon on Saturday, beating Angelique Kerber 7-5, 6-3.

With the victory, her seventh singles title at Wimbledon, Williams claimed her 22nd Grand Slam singles title, equaling the Open Era record held by Steffi Graf.

Williams had lost her previous two Grand Slam finals earlier this year, falling to Kerber at the Australian Open and Garbine Muguruza at the French Open.

The slow starts she had in those matches were nowhere to be found on Saturday, as Williams played with newfound purpose and power. She did not face a break point on her serve until late in the second set.



Well done to Serena, that’s a fantastic achievement. She’s a great athlete.




I was rooting for Serena!


Pax Christi!

Yup, she’s great! Good looking, too!

God bless.


Excellent! She’s the best. It’s always a pleasure to see her win.


Congratulations to her. She is indeed a great athlete with God given talent.


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