◼️ Ten months after giving birth, Serena Williams continues to demonstrate why she is one of the most important women in the history of tennis.
Serena Williams is back in women’s tennis just as she left it: at the top.
10 months after giving birth, the American won her ticket to the Wimbledon Final on Thursday by defeating the German Julia Görges and now will seek the title against the Germanic Angelique Kerber.
With 23 Grand Slam titles in 29 Finals played so far with 36 years of age, Serena will reissue before Kerber the duel for the 2016 All-England Club Cup, with the North American as the winner at that time.
This day, the youngest of the Williams sisters won in straight sets 6-2 and 6-4 to Görges in just one hour and ten minutes.
Winning the tournament on Saturday would tie the absolute record of Grand Slam crowns held by the Australian Margaret Court with 24.