Date: 5 months ago   Category: Tennis

Kerber for the first time in career has won Wimbledon


In the final the German tennis-player has beaten Serena Williams. The ex-first racket of the world German Angélique Kerber has won a convincing victory over Serena Williams in the final of Wimbledon-2018. The German has won both sets with the identical score 6:3. The match of the two ex-first rackets of the world continued only 1 hour and 7 minutes. Kerber has begun a match with a break, but in the middle of a set has given the giving. And still Williams was mistaken much therefore stabler Kerber at the end of a set has won in a row two games and has taken a set. In the second set everything was solved by Kerber's break in the sixth game. Angélique Kerber (Germany, 11) – Serena Williams (the USA, 25) – 6:3, 6:3The moment @AngeliqueKerber won #Wimbledon for the first time 🏆#TakeOnHistory pic.twitter.com/GsySRMNXaq — Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) on July 14, 2018. For Kerber it is the third in career won Grand Slam tournament. In 2016 she has won Australian Open and US Open. In total it is her 12th title in career and the second in a season. In the new rating of WTA she will return in top-5. Do you wish to learn the latest sports news the first? Subscribe for our canal in Telegram!

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