Women's Wimbledon Final

Picture: Getty Images/Hamish Blair
Serena Williams has won four Singles titles at Wimbledon. Picture: Getty Images/Hamish Blair
American Serena Williams  faces Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska  on Saturday as she looks to win her fifth singles title at the All England Club. After being crowned champion for the first time in 2002, Williams retained her title the following year but was then forced to wait six years before winning it back. She lifted the trophy as champion most recently in 2010 and appears to be back to her best based on her past two results. She won both her quarter-final and semi-final without dropping a set, with her win over Victoria Azarenka featuring 24 aces.

Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska will be contesting her maiden grand slam final, after defeating German Angelique Kerber in straight sets in Thursday’s semi-final. The third seed is having her best year yet, having won three titles in 2012. She has lost just nine times this season, with six of those defeats coming at the hands of Victoria Azarenka.

Willliams and Radwanska have met on the WTA Tour twice before, in 2008, with the American winning in straight sets  on both occasions. One of those victories was a 6-4 6-0 success here in the quarter-finals.

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