Wimbledon 2019: Halep defeats Serena Williams and Win first Wimbledon title
Simona defeats Serena Williams in women’s singles final Serena’s dream of winning the 24nd Grand Slam title was broken once more.
|Wimbledon 2019: Halep beats Serena Williams and Win first Wimbledon title|
In the women’s singles final, 27-year-old Halep defeated Serena 6-2, 6-2 in straight sets. This fight lasted 56 minutes.
With this defeat, Serena’s dream of winning the 24nd Grand Slam title again broke.
Seven-time Wimbledon winner Serena won her last Grand Slam as an Australian Open in 2017.
He once again missed the legendary Margaret Court match with a record of 24 Grand Slam titles. This is the second Grand Slam title of the world’s number one player, Hallep’s career. He had won the French Open last year.
In the first set, Halep took the lead in the opening four game wins 4-0 and then Serena made a name for himself.
After losing four games, though Serrana’s return was difficult. He could not return and lost the set.
In the second set, the score was equal to 2-2. From here, Halep scored his fifth game and scored 3-2 and then gave Serena no chance.
Serena reached the Grand Slam final for the third time, but missed the match with the record. She had lost to Angelique Kerber in the final of Wimbledon last year and Naomi Osaka in the US Open final.
After winning the title, Halep said, “It was my mother’s dream to play in the Wimbledon final. When I was 10-12 years old, he told me that he wants to see me play here. I have never played this good match in my life. This was the best match of my career. Serena has always inspired us, thank her for it. I was upset. When I came to court, my stomach was bad. But I was meditating on giving my best. I have made changes to my game in some matches to play on grass. “
During the entire address of Halep, his mother and father were present in the stand and both looked very emotional.