Angelique Kerber steht zum zweiten Mal in ihrer Karriere im Tennisfinale von Wimbledon - wie heißt ihre Gegnerin Serena Williams. Serena Williams wurde unter dramatischen Umständen Mutter. Angelique Kerber steckte in einer tiefen Krise. Vor dem Wimbledon-Finale. sable-bleu.com präsentiert im Liveticker das Finale der Frauen zwischen Angelique Kerber und Serena Williams. Es ist die Neuauflage des Endspiels von <
Wimbledon: Angelique Kerber gewinnt Finale gegen Serena WilliamsSerena Williams wurde unter dramatischen Umständen Mutter. Angelique Kerber steckte in einer tiefen Krise. Vor dem Wimbledon-Finale. Neunmal traf Angelique Kerber schon auf Serena Williams - dreimal in einem Grand-Slam-Finale. Seit dem Wimbledon-Finale hatten. Angelique Kerber hat das Damen-Turnier von Wimbledon gewonnen. Im Finale besiegte sie die US-Amerikanerin Serena Williams mit ,
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The German won a thrilling match to claim her first Grand Slam title and deny Williams a record-equalling 22nd.
Kerber produced some scintillating tennis to claim the first set, but appeared to be on the back foot as Williams roared back to claim the second But it was Kerber to raced into a third set lead, before eventually clinching the match by breaking the Williams serve and pull off the biggest shock in women's tennis since Serena's semi-final defeat by Roberta Vinci in last year's US Open semi-finals.
Kerber was in tears as, at the age of 28 and in her first major final, she produced some staggering play as she became the first German since Steffi Graf in to win a grand slam title.
That win 17 years ago is the one that took Graf to the record tally that Serena has still yet to match. Hausa voahausa.
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M cEnroe: "Serena looks more nervy than Kerber does. Williams steadies her nerve with another massive serve. Soon Ace to win it.
Her 8th of the match. So tough for Kerber because she is winning points when she can get in a rally but Williams just gets so many free points on that one shot.
K erber will now serve to stay in the set. At , she's not going to reach this shot from Serena but it lands just long. Kerber attacking Serena's backhand and it is working well Williams thumps the ball at her so hard that Kerber practically knocked over.
K erber with her strongest returning game yet, a glorious backhanded dropshot takes it to Serena with a thumping ace down the middle.
Serena takes care of business. But encouragement for Angelique in that game. But Williams hits a return winner, and now Kerber seems to lose her timing and slaps one a mile out.
Big moment at Williams throws everything at the return, but cannot get the forehand over the net. Cannot return the next one either.
Game Kerber. H uge rally! Both players playing some tremendous tennis, a net cord again makes life hard for Williams but she just gets there.
The Williams serve under pressure for the first time: she puts a crosscourt backhand into the net. It is deuce. Williams holds but there are encouraging signs here for Angelique.
T hat is a better hold from Kerber, not without a bit of fortune on the net cord, but Serena's returning is poor by her own standards in this game.
Kerber is well in this, but the Williams serve is looking mighty. S erena has just hit this poor centre line judge with a belter of a serve.
S urprising miss from Serena at when a struggling Kerber puts a weak ball, half court, well out with a backhand.
It's blustery on centre. John McEnroe:. This wind makes it hard to play your A-game. I think that benefits Kerber more because she is a better mover.
W illiams, by contrast, moving through this service game like a hot knife through butter, some thunderous winners into vast open spaces of real estate and it's Double fault.
Easy hold. C rucial for Kerber to make a statement in this first service game but she is in trouble early on when Serena unleashes a cross court backhand that hits the sideline and gives AK no chance.
That's Serena dictating terms at , and seals the deal with a delicate volley. Kerber's movement and defence were impressive in that rally, and they will need to be.
She survives the first break point and then moves to A with a commanding groundstroke winner. But then double faults!
Well, it goes without saying that she cannot dish out freebies like that to Serena. And the situation becomes worst when Kerber, under pressure on the baseline, hits into the net.
Another break point. Saves it, moving Williams around well and forcing her to hit into the net. Weak second serve and Williams climbs in with relish, thumping return winner.
Third break point. But the second serve takes a huge kick, spits off a length you might say. Serena cannot get it back.
Williams groundstroke long and wide gives Kerber A AGAIN the first serve fails. Serena drop volleys, Kerber scrambles for it, net cord goes her way and Williams hits long.
Game Kerber, but my goodness she cannot hope to win if every service game is a battle like this one.
K erber won the toss and elected to receive Serena respectful of the Wimbledon dress code: All-white headphones. W illiams and Kerber have walked out onto Centre Court, and we're hopefully in for a cracker.
A sub-plot to the build-up to this match has been the always thorny issue of whether women deserve the same prize money as the men. Kerber won their final at the Australian Open in January, Williams achieved her unheard-of win during the current fortnight in only her 13th match of the season after making a tentative return last March, six month after becoming a mother.
Williams, seeded 25th, took 70 minutes to advance to a Grand Slam final for a 12th straight season; Williams will be playing on Saturday in her her 10th Wimbledon final as she bids for an eighth trophy here.
Goerges was weighted down by more than 40 errors, never coming close to the win as Williams played for the 18th time at the All England club.