Muguruza Stops Venus to Win Women's Title

Spain's Garbine Muguruza reacts as she holds the trophy as she leaves the court after defeating Venus Williams of the United States in the Women's Singles final match on day twelve at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in Lon

Muguruza Stops Venus to Win Women's Title

Wimbledon winner Garbine Muguruza is rooting for Roger Federer on Sunday because the Spaniard wants to dance with the Swiss 35-year-old at the champions' dinner. "I love the Indian food here", Liu said.

"It has a lot to do with the strength of your body, your style of game, but for me, it's incredible". She has an overall singles record of 87-15 at Wimbledon.

Konta saved two match points before Williams finally ended her resistance, smashing a forehand that flew past the Briton and left the American to twirl in celebration on Centre Court. "Well done today. Beautiful". "So I look forward to just have it there, I don't know, to put a Spanish name back there". I want to enjoy the moment a little more. Everyone tells me that I will change and I say I will not. That is largely because Venus had not lost to anyone other than her sister in a major final since Martina Hingis at the 1997 U.S. Open. It is 14th seed Muguruza's second Grand Slam title after her French Open triumph over Serena Williams in 2016.

"I only play against the Williams sisters". "It feels like a dream come true", added Muguruza.

"I'm happy that once again I see myself winning a Grand Slam, something that is so hard to do".

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Williams had been trying to win her sixth Wimbledon title.

Coach Conchita Martinez believes Garbine Muguruza can go on to become world No1 after she won the Wimbledon women's singles title for the first time.

"I was calm. Even If I lost the first set, I'd still have two more". It is amazing to play her here. However, she hasn't conquered the All England Tennis Club yet, losing in the 2015 final to Venus' sister Serena in straight sets. Hopefully I can be No.1 one day and compare, but for now I'd rather be ten and win grand slams than be No.1'.

Muguruza was later was shown her name on the list of champions in the stadium's lobby. "I'm playing Venus here.'" Muguruza said.

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