Wimbledon 2018 TV guide, start time

Wimbledon 2018 TV guide, start time

Germany's Angelique Kerber reacts after winning against US player Serena Williams during their women's singles final match on the twelfth day of the 2018 Wimbledon.

Germany's Angelique Kerber stunned American Serena Williams 6-3 6-3 today to win her first Wimbledon title.

Kerber, known for her defensive style, came to the match with one plan in mind - keep the point going and exploit Williams' lack of mobility around the court.

Kerber was in the ascendancy early and broke at the first time of asking when Williams found the net after a lengthy rally.

Adding: "I look forward to it".

And it will be no surprise who one of the royals will be cheering on - although she may need to hold back on the celebrations this time.

Considering that the American suffered a hard childbirth and needed several surgeries to remove blood clots after an emergency C-section, it was a huge achievement to contest her 10th Wimbledon final.

Attacking right-hander Graf relied on her big forehand and serve while left-hander Kerber is more of a counter-puncher, as she displayed to great effect on Saturday when dealing with the inevitable Williams barrage.

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Saturday's victory was Kerber's third title at the Slams - all coming after her 28th birthday. In her return to the grass court Slam, Williams has marched through the bracket and did so once again beating Julia Goerges handedly to reach her 10th Wimbledon final. "My first memories were of watching Steffi here, winning all the matches", she said, smiling.

Last November, Kerber announced her partnership with Fisette - previous coach of Johanna Konta, Simona Halep and Kim Clijsters - and her tennis has been on an upwards trajectory since.

"I was really happy to get this far", Williams said after the match. Now, she's playing for anyone that's ever been a mom. After all, it was only 10 months ago that she needed an emergency C-section while giving birth to her daughter, Alexis Olympia, and she also suffered blood clots and other serious complications afterwards.

Novak Djokovic faces Kevin Anderson in the men's final with both men sure to be feeling worn out after extended, energy-sapping clashes. Terrific playing from two legends of the court.

As for Kate and Meghan... what a ideal day out!

The final started more than two hours late, because they had to wait for the end of Novak Djokovic's five-set victory over Rafael Nadal in a men's semifinal that was suspended the night before.

"But as I said in the past couple years, I don't want to limit myself".