Serena Williams overcame a slow start, eight double-faults and a tough competition to beat Garbine Muguruza 6-4, 6-4 on Saturday for her 6th Wimbledon title, fourth Grand Slam title consecutively and 21st major overall.The win implies that Williams holds every one of the four Grand Slam titles without a moment’s delay finishing the second “Serena Slam” of her career.
Serena Williams Finishes Her Second “Serena Slam” :
Also, she secured the third leg of a schedule—year Grand Slam and, on the off chance that she wins the U.S. Open, will turn into the first player to win every one of the four majors in the same season following Steffi Graf in 1988.
Williams, winning her 28th straight Grand Slam match, is presently only one noteworthy title behind Graf on the Open period rundown and two behind unsurpassed pioneer Margaret Court Smith. At 33, Williams is also the most oldest woman to win a Grand Slam title in the Open period. She has now won seven noteworthy titles in her 30s.
From 4—2 down in the first set, Williams kept running off five straight games to take the set and go up 1—0 in the second. She hauled out to a 5—1 lead and twice served for the match yet couldn’t change over. Williams was broken at love for 5—2, and Muguruza spared a match point and changed over on her fifth break point to draw inside of 5—4. However, Williams then broke the 21year old Spaniard at affection to finish off the match, which completed with Muguruza hitting a forehand wide.
Williams holds the most significant singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles joined amongst active players, male or female. Her record of 36 Grand Slam titles puts her seventh on the untouched rundown: 21 in singles, 13 in ladies’ doubles, and two in mixed doubles. She is the latest player, male or female, to have held each of the four Grand Slam singles titles at the same time (2002–03 and 2014-15), and the fifth lady ever to do so.