Martinez won't remain Muguruza's coach — The Latest

Both players won their second Grand Slam titles. Kubot won the 2014 Australian Open with Robert Lindstedt. Not surprisingly serve held sway until the tenth game when Muguruza was forced to save two set points.

Williams was asked whether her second-set display had anything to do with tiredness caused by Sjogren's syndrome, which she was diagnosed with in 2011.

"I'm always hanging around", Martinez said. "I was watching Venus-I know it sounds incredible". The crowd were very nice to me.

One more win will be amazing. In the last ten matches of Venus Williams, she has won nine matches and lost one match in FO-RG. This is her story.

"Roger", Muguruza said with a smile and giggle. "I like to think it's working for me". "I tried my best to do the things you do - but I think there will be other opportunities". After another lung-bursting rally, Venus netted yet another forehand to give Muguruza a chance to hold and take the first set.

Coverage of the men's and ladies' doubles finals starts on Saturday 6.25pm, BBC2, with the exact start time TBC.

Her mother (Scarlet Blanco) is from Venezuela and father (Jose) is Spanish. Incredible display from the American.

Williams was grace itself in defeat.

What time is the Women's Wimbledon final? Navratilova was playing in her 12 Wimbledon final while Martinez was playing in her first.

The 23-year-old broke to open the second set and consolidated for a 2-0 advantage. "It's really good to have a good group of juniors pushing each other". Her last one came in 2008.

She almost lost the first set, when she was two points down on her serve, but she rallied to level the scores 5-5.

The second set went wrong for Venus from the word go with error count piling up.

"I've never played her on grass so that definitely becomes a different factor". Clay is her better surface, and she beat Williams on said surface in Rome earlier this year.

Saturday's match will be broadcast by ESPN in the United States, beginning at 9 a.m. ET. Cilic would join countryman Goran Ivanisevic, the 2001 Wimbledon winner, as the only Croatians to win the Wimbledon title.

This year's Wimbledon could be the turning point in tennis history, where one era ended and the new one has started.

Williams last stepped out onto Centre Court to contest a singles final in 2009.



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