Romania’s Simona Halep won the women’s title of the Wimbledon 2019 by defeating United States Serena Williams. With this, Halep broke the dream of winning Serena’s 24th Grand Slam.

Halep won her second Grand Slam after defeating Serena in straight sets in the women’s singles category final played at the Center Court on Saturday. Halep, who won the first title at Wimbledon, beat Serena 6-2, 6-2 in just 55 minutes. Earlier, Halep has won the French Open in 2018. She reached the final of Wimbledon for the first time and was successful in overcoming Serena.

Serena has so far won 23 Grand Slam singles titles, including seven Australian Open, three French Open, seven Wimbledon and six US Open titles. In the final match of Wimbledon today, Serena World No.-7 is not seen anywhere near Halep.

In the first set, Halep took the lead in the opening four-game wins 4-0 and then Serena made a name for himself. After losing four games, though Serena’s return was difficult. She could not return and lost the set. In the second set, the score was equal to 2-2. From here, Halep scored her fifth game and scored 3-2 and then gave Serena no chance. After winning Halep, the match was described as the best match of his life so far.

Halep said, “Never, I have never played this good match in my life, it was my career’s best match.” Serena has always inspired us, thank her for this. ” Former world number-1 said, “I was worried when I came to court, my stomach was bad but I was focusing my best.” Next, She said” It is worth noting that Serena made the title in the title match by defeating Barbora Strykova of Czech Republic in the semi-final, while Simona Halep defeated Ukraine’s Elena Spitolina.

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