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Wimbledon Gallery: And Then There Were Two

Angelique Kerber and Victoria Azarenka couldn't stop Agnieszka Radwanska and Serena Williams.

Published July 06, 2012 12:00

The semifinals of Wimbledon took place Thursday, starting with Angelique Kerber and Aga Radwanska.
The semifinals of Wimbledon took place Thursday, starting with Angelique Kerber and Aga Radwanska.
Angelique Kerber came out strong, breaking Agnieszka Radwanska en route to a 3-1 first set lead.
Angelique Kerber came out strong, breaking Agnieszka Radwanska en route to a 3-1 first set lead.
But Agnieszka Radwanska never lost serve again in the match, and converted three of three break points.
But Agnieszka Radwanska never lost serve again in the match, and converted three of three break points.
Angelique Kerber and Agnieszka Radwanska met at the net after Radwanska scored a 63 64 victory.
Angelique Kerber and Agnieszka Radwanska met at the net after Radwanska scored a 63 64 victory.
Angelique Kerber was playing her second Grand Slam semifinal, Agnieszka Radwanska her very first.
Angelique Kerber was playing her second Grand Slam semifinal, Agnieszka Radwanska her very first.
Serena Williams came out firing on Centre Court in the second semifinal against Victoria Azarenka.
Serena Williams came out firing on Centre Court in the second semifinal against Victoria Azarenka.
The Serena Williams serve was the single most dangerous shot of the day, producing a whopping 24 aces.
The Serena Williams serve was the single most dangerous shot of the day, producing a whopping 24 aces.
Serena Williams tightened the screws at the end and, after closing it out, 63 76(6), let out a war cry.
Serena Williams tightened the screws at the end and, after closing it out, 63 76(6), let out a war cry.
Victoria Azarenka may have left without her first Wimbledon final but she could still leave with No.1.
Victoria Azarenka may have left without her first Wimbledon final but she could still leave with No.1.
If Serena Williams beats Agnieszka Radwanska in the final, Victoria Azarenka will return to No.1.
If Serena Williams beats Agnieszka Radwanska in the final, Victoria Azarenka will return to No.1.
Meanwhile in the team event, Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta battled into the doubles semis.
Meanwhile in the team event, Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta battled into the doubles semis.
The Williams sisters also reached the doubles semis, but without the battle - they rolled, 61 61.
The Williams sisters also reached the doubles semis, but without the battle - they rolled, 61 61.
  • The semifinals of Wimbledon took place Thursday, starting with Angelique Kerber and Aga Radwanska.
  • Angelique Kerber came out strong, breaking Agnieszka Radwanska en route to a 3-1 first set lead.
  • But Agnieszka Radwanska never lost serve again in the match, and converted three of three break points.
  • Angelique Kerber and Agnieszka Radwanska met at the net after Radwanska scored a 63 64 victory.
  • Angelique Kerber was playing her second Grand Slam semifinal, Agnieszka Radwanska her very first.
  • Serena Williams came out firing on Centre Court in the second semifinal against Victoria Azarenka.
  • The Serena Williams serve was the single most dangerous shot of the day, producing a whopping 24 aces.
  • Serena Williams tightened the screws at the end and, after closing it out, 63 76(6), let out a war cry.
  • Victoria Azarenka may have left without her first Wimbledon final but she could still leave with No.1.
  • If Serena Williams beats Agnieszka Radwanska in the final, Victoria Azarenka will return to No.1.
  • Meanwhile in the team event, Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta battled into the doubles semis.
  • The Williams sisters also reached the doubles semis, but without the battle - they rolled, 61 61.
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