Serena will have another option to match the Court's 24 grand

Serena Williams won her best match against Czech Strycova and will face Simona Halep in the final of a tournament she has already won seven times.


Serena Williams will have a new opportunity to equal the absolute record of titles of Grand Slams, both men and women, which has long held the Australian Margaret Court, who raised 24 between 1960 and 1973. A feat that has been resisting him since the American won her last trophy, at the 2017 Australian Open. Motherhood kept her almost a year away from the courts (that Melbourne final against her sister Venus played her while pregnant), she returned in 2018, at Roland Garros, and then lost the Wimbledon finals and the US Open. Now playing the British tournament again after beating in the semifinals the Czech Barbora Strycova, who could not do anything before the most complete and courageous performance of Serena: 6-1 and 6-2 in 59 minutes.

Serena will play its eleventh game the title in the All England (7-3 so far in the finals), after overcoming a round in which he has only fallen once (2000) . He did not know the defeat against Strycova, whom he had won twice in Australia and one in Wimbledon. Surely the 33-year-old and 54th-year-old Czech, the most veteran to debut in a semifinal of the championship, did not expect such a brilliant performance from the tennis queen. Williams liked with master shots both in the background and in the uploads to the network. He left the soul and sweated so cute to get everything and hit the ball with force and precision. Y almost did not need to press with the service to win 89% points with the first. He added 28 winning shots and only committed 10 unforced errors, with 13/16 points in the network. Numbers of his time of domination. Now they will see them with Halep, with whom they have a favorable and forceful balance: 9-1, including one last victory in eighths of Australia this year.

"To reach the final is very good, especially after the year I was in. Estar back is great. I played a lot better today, I needed games to feel good and give my best, just play tennis. what I do, I get up every morning and I like to be in shape, play in front of as many people as here in Wimbledon ... As long as I'm still good at this, I'll continue ... Halep has played incredible in her semifinal, she will be a tough opponent " said Serena after the match.

This may be the right time to enlarge her legend, but this possibility does not take away the American's dream: "It's not something I think about, because this does not go over 23, 24 or 25 ( Grand Slam.) What matters is that I get out there and do my best no matter what the rest I do not care what I do because I will always have a great career ", argued the little one of the Williams.



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