Serena Williams beats Garbine Muguruza, wins Wimbledon 2015 women’s final, massive prize money on offer
SERENA WILLIAMS IS THE WOMENâ€™S SINGLES CHAMPION! Beats Muguruza 6-4 6-4 in the final. 21st Grand Slam for her. 6th at Wimbledon
The top performing players will get richer by several notches. The players will also be competing for an impressive purse of Â£1,880,000, up seven per cent from last year
This is going to be another memorable match for Serena Williams fans. And they are predicting a one-sided win for the tennis superstar. If she wins she wins Wimbledon 2015 womenâ€™s final, she will lay her hand at her third grand-slam title in the year 2015 alone.
There is no denying the fact that she is an overwhelming and from tennis biggies to media analysts are claiming that she will win very easily.
Serena Williams vs Garbine Muguruza match is slated to be played in the next few hours and it seems that the whole worldâ€™s attention is fixated at it. Things have changed tremendously in the last few years and womenâ€™s tennis is given as much weight as men.
Till now the American tennis great has pocketed as many as S 20 Grand Slam titles. Her kitty is full of them. She has won four Wimbledon titles and has already won both the Australian Open and the French Open this year. No one has doubt about her capabilities and it can be safely said that as of now she’s definitely the most dominant athlete in any sport today.
People are unanimous that only some sort of miracle is going to save No. 20 seed Garbine Muguruza and give her a win here today. A report while talking about Williamsâ€™ challengerâ€™s chances in todayâ€™s game says, â€œThat said there is one thing that Muguruza can use as a rallying point: she’s beaten Williams on the big stage before. The stage wasn’t quite as big as a Wimbledon final, but Muguruza did best Williams in the second round of the 2014 French Open, dominating her 6-2, 6-2. They’ve played two other times, both wins from Williams, but Muguruza did take a set in one of those matchesâ€.
Date: Saturday, July 11
Time: 2 p.m. BST/ 9 a.m. ET
TV: BBC One, ESPN
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