Serena Williams and Simona Halep face each other on Saturday in the Wimbledon final. The final battle at the Center Court in London started at 3 p.m. Follow the final in our live blog.

Good afternoon! My name is Lennart Klem and in this live blog we will keep you informed about the final at Wimbledon with the women!

  • Wimbledon
  • Final (f)
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  • S. Williams-Halep

Wimbledon · one minute ago

Halep rumbles on! The Romanian does not give up a single point and simply retains its service for a 0-2 lead. Williams clearly has to get going, because the American makes a lot of mistakes.

Wimbledon · 3 minutes ago

Break Halep! There is also immediately the break for the Romanian. Another mistake by Williams, making it Halep's 0-1.

Wimbledon · 4 minutes ago

Break chance Halep. Williams makes some unnecessary mistakes and so the Romanian can immediately strike.

Wimbledon · 6 minutes ago

Game on!

The Wimbledon final for the women is on its way: Serena Williams-Simona Halep.

Wimbledon · 7 minutes ago

Williams has won the tos and starts serving this way. The final is really going to start ...

Wimbledon · 11 minutes ago

With a win, Serena Williams climbs to eighth place in the WTA ranking. The American rises to at least nine. Halep is in fourth place tomorrow, whether she wins today or not. The Romanian therefore passes Kiki Bertens, who is now fifth.

Wimbledon · 14 minutes ago

Williams and Halep are now on the track. They are going to strike first before the final really starts.

Wimbledon · 17 minutes ago

The denouement is approaching ...

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Avatar AuthorWimbledonMoment of places14: 57 - July 13, 2019

Wimbledon · 29 minutes ago

It will be her fifth Grand Slam final for Halep. Only at Roland Garros in 2018 did she manage to grab the title. As you know, Williams has a much larger list of Grand Slam finals. The American will soon start her 32nd final battle and can take her 24th title.

Wimbledon · 34 minutes ago

Who will win Wimbledon with women today?

  • Serena Williams
  • Simona Halep

Wimbledon · 41 minutes ago

It will be the eleventh time that Williams and Halep face each other. The American triumphed in nine (!) Meetings. The Romanian won only at the 2014 WTA Finals. It will be the second confrontation at Wimbledon. In 2011, Williams was 3-6, 6-2 and 6-1 too strong for Halep.

Wimbledon · one hour ago

Serena Williams is on the London grass for the eleventh time in the final. The American has already won the tournament seven times (2016 for the last time). Halep has been a lot less successful at Wimbledon. The Romanian is in the final for the first time, after reaching the semi-finals in 2014.

Wimbledon · one hour ago

Serena Williams and Simona Halep will be on the run for the women's Wimbledon final in half an hour.

Wimbledon · 4 hours ago

Thanks! @wimbledon Well done @rogerfederer more to come ... 💪🏻😉🎾

Avatar AuthorrafaelnadalMoment of places09: 45 - July 13, 2019

Wimbledon · 7 hours ago

With Halep, Williams meets the first Romanian Wimbledon finalist ever. The current number seven in the world was four times before in the final of a Grand Slam tournament, but only managed to win Roland Garros (2018). The 27-year-old Halep lost out in nine of her last twelve WTA finals. On the basis of the previous encounters between Williams and Halep, the American does start as the top favorite in the final. The two played each other ten times before and Halep won only once; at the WTA Finals of 2014.

Wimbledon · 7 hours ago

Last year Williams was twice close to her 24th title. The American reached the finals of Wimbledon and the US Open in 2018, but Williams fell short in both London (Angelique Kerber win) and New York (Naomi Osaka win). The last time the routinier won a Grand Slam tournament was in 2017 (Australian Open). Since then she has not won a single WTA title.

Wimbledon · 7 hours ago

Williams can match record number of Grand Slam titles Court
Serena Williams will have a third chance in the Wimbledon final this afternoon to follow in the footsteps of tennis legend Margaret Court. With a win over Simona Halep, the 37-year-old American equaled the record number of Grand Slam titles of the now 76-year-old Australian. Court won a Grand Slam tournament in singles 24 times between 1963 and 1973, of which eleven in the open era (from May 1968). Williams has so far won the Australian Open seven times, Wimbledon seven times, six times the US Open and three times Roland Garros, and therefore has one less.

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