Wimbledon 2015 women semifinal: Serena Williams hammers Maria Sharapova, will she win 3rd Grand Salm in 2015
It was another dream encountet between two top tennis player and to be true, the best petformer who was also the overwhelming favorite won the day to enter final.
Not many people can believe their eyes that Serena Williams is back once again in the Wimbledon final, and without doubt she is still on target for a calendar-year Grand Slam
It was another clinical job from Serena Williams. The top-seeded American beat Maria Sharapova 6-2, 6-4 Thursday in the semifinals on Centre Court, putting the five-time champion in the final at the All England Club for the eighth time.
She is a giant that is on course to slay everyone who comes her way. The sexy siren has already won the Australian Open and the French Open this year, and another win on Saturday would give her four majors in a row â€” a streak that includes last year’s U.S. Open. But a win over Garbine Muguruza in two days would also be a big step toward winning all four Grand Slam tournaments in the same season. Many people believe that it is indeed going to happen.
Thursday is going to be a very busy day at Wimbledon indeed. Two very important matches will be played between fearsome rivals and the whole world seems to be gearing to watch the matches between the best of the best that the women tennis has to offer.
Two semfinal matches are set to be played later today. While the one match that is generating more news and social media reactions is between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova, the other match is no less important. The second semi-final of the day will be fought between two great and emerging tennis superstars namely Agnieszka Radwanska and Garbine Mugurza.
Everyone is eager to know as to who will be the two women who will enter the all important final of the Wimbledon 2015. While Serena Williams is being expected to beat Maria Sharapova, but writing her off will be the biggest folly that you can make at your own peril. She is one of the best in the game and when it is her day no one can even dream to beat her.
There is no denying the fact that Sernea Williams who beat her sister Venus earlier in the tournament will be facing her toughest opponent of the tournament later today. Nonetheless it’s an opponent she’s historically dominated. This should be an intense match, given the fact that Williams and Sharapova are easily the top two women’s tennis players in the world over the past decade, but it’s been anything but given Williams’ absolute domination. Williams has won 16 consecutive matches against Sharapova, 13 of which have been decided in straight sets. So without doubt she has an upper hand.
In the meantime the women’s semifinal matchesÂ are set to get underway at 8 a.m. ET, with television coverage provided by ESPN. That coverage is set to run until 1 p.m., but it should go until both matches are complete. An online stream will be available atÂ WatchESPN.