Yay for Serena. Hopefully she and Venus will win the doubles later. I wonder why she doesn't try mixed doubles? She has a Wimbledon mixed doubles title.
I just wasn't impressed at all with Radwanska. I'm glad Serena didn't give it away with her nerves.
I will not be ignored! -Me
I imagine at Serena's age that playing all 3 draws is a little too much. She has to protect her body and fight off nagging injuries all the time.
"Michelle would never be caught with sausage grease staining her Vera Wang." - rfisher
Serena is the oldest winner of a GS since Navratilova won Wimbledon in 1990, aged 33.
She has the longest span between her first and most recent GS victories (13 years; 1999-2012)
She has won a slam in three different decades.
ABC to broadcast Serena/Aggie match at 3 pm
The Ladies Doubles will be on ESPN (US) following the completion of the Men's Doubles.
Everytime I switch over to the mens dubs final, someone is hitting a return of serve miles out
There's no final set tie break at Wimbledon so this could go on for a while. I wonder if the womens doubles final can even take place today.
"Puccini cries out for spirals, but really good ones." ~ Dick Button, 1998 Worlds
^Serena won her first GS thirteen years ago, aged 17. She looks bloody good for 30 IMO.
Marray/Nielsen up a breal 3-0!
This is utterly amazing - a wildcard pairing of a Brit and a Dane have just won the Wimbledon Men's Doubles title And rightly Marray serves it out - wow!!
Marray today - Murray tomorrow?
And Nielsen is the first Dane to win a GS title since his grandfather who won the US Open mixed doubles in 1957 - amazing story this mens doubles competition.
What a great story.
Congrats to Serena on the title and Aga on doing so well in her first GS final
Serena serving at 6-5 to take the first set. Doubles match is on ESPN.