Serena to face Kerber in Wimbledon final

Serena to face Kerber in Wimbledon final

Serena to face Kerber in Wimbledon final

"I am really happy and proud to be back in the grand slam final".

To hear people say, "Oh, she's a favourite" - the last 16 months, I've played four tournaments, and was carrying another human half that time. "She does it well", said Williams, who is on a 20-match winning streak at Wimbledon.

In comparison, there were just seven errors off the racket of Kerber and that tells the story of where the encounter was won.

"Whatever happens, honestly it's an incredible effort from me. and good motivation to keep going for the rest of my career", Williams added. Williams, who over the years has introduced variety into her play, threw up a lob to set-up breakpoint, which she duly converted to take a 4-2 lead.

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The 11th-seeded Kerber beat Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 6-3 in the other semifinal on Centre Court on Thursday.

The outcry over her unseeded status at the French Open-she didn't lack points for failing to win or because of injury, but rather because she was busy for over a year having a baby-led to the USTA reexamining the ranking and seeding process.

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Ostapenko suddenly began to land some big blows, clawing back a couple of games and had a point to narrow the deficit to a single game as Kerber showed late nerves. "This was not inevitable for me".

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Serena Williams said "it's crazy" that she has managed to reach a 10th Wimbledon final, 10 months after a series of life-saving surgeries which followed the birth of her daughter and that she still has "traumatic thoughts" over her own mortality.

'I remember when I couldn't even walk to my mailbox, so it's definitely not normal to be in a Wimbledon final'. She's also won her past 15 Grand Slam matches since the start of the 2017 Australian Open, which she won while pregnant.

Williams' match against Goerges was even until 2-all, 30-all. I know that sounds weird, but I don't.

There were moments when watching Goerges made it easy to wonder how it could be possible she never had been past a major's fourth round until now. "We saw that she improved every single match she's playing here".

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Williams, in fact, got broken just six times in the tournament, as her serve, like her ball-striking, became harder and cleaner. Immediately, though, she broke back at love to end it, placing her left fist on her chest when Goerges' last shot landed long. "I'm happy and proud to be back in a Grand Slam final, it's what I was working for since I was in a kid". "For me, I only see joy out of it", Williams said with a smile.

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