Saturday, July 3, 2010

Wimbledon Women's Final 2010 - Another Big Win for Serena Williams

The Wimbledon Women's Final 2010 has finished, and the 2010 final at the Wimbledon Grand Slam was another big win for Serena Williams. The 29 year old tennis star who was born in Saginaw Michigan easily slid to the Wimbledon women's finals, although she missed out on the women's doubles tournament with her sister.

Many suspected that the final would be Venus vs Serena, as the two are the #1 and #2 ranked stars. Venus was taken out during the quarterfinal round, and made good company with Roger Federer, who was favored to win the men's championship.

Serena's Wimbledon Final 2010 opponent was Vera Zvonareva, who was seeded at #21 and slipped past Kim Clijsters to make it to the final round. She was hoping to make big waves, upsetting Serena Williams at the Wimbledon 2010 women's finals but that did not transpire.

Venus and Serena were knocked out of the women's doubles finals at the quarterfinals as well. They had previously won all four Grand Slams back to back, and were expected to keep on rolling after winning the French Open last month.

The Wimbledon Women's finals 2010 also made it through without any drama from either of tennis hottest sisters. Last year Serena had an outburst at the US Open which cost her $82,000 (pocket change for someone who has won tens of millions of dollars during her career.)

The ending score was a 6-3, 6-2 victory for Serena Williams. Her opponent, although far from victorious in her endeavor, never really stood a chance against Serena.

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