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WTA Staff


It was a tightly drawn match from start to finish, but Serena Williams outgunned Angelique Kerber in straight sets to win her seventh Wimbledon title - a record-tying 22nd Grand Slam title.

Playing in their second Grand Slam final of 2016, the No.4 seed Kerber came out on fire against the World No.1, and neither player gave an inch. But when it was all said and done it was Serena, again, who clinched the match and The Championships, 7-5, 6-3.

With 22 major titles under her belt, Serena is now tied with Steffi Graf for the most Grand Slam titles in the Open Era. She now sits just two behind Margaret Court's all-time record of 24.

"It's been incredibly difficult not to think about it. I had a couple of tries this year and I lost to two incredible opponents - one of them being Angelique!

"But it makes the victory even sweeter, to know how hard I've worked for it."

Read the full story and watch highlights here | As It Happened: Game by game analysis from WTA Insider

Not content to with just one Wimbledon crown, hours after her win in singles Serena was back out on Centre Court to join Venus Williams in the final of Ladies Doubles.

The sisters extended their doubles dominance and improved their record to 14-0 in Grand Slam finals by taking the title, powering past Timea Babos and Yaroslava Shvedova 6-3, 6-4.

"It was really special to be out there again, to win Wimbledon in doubles. We love it, we love playing doubles, we love being together," Serena said after the match.

"I had just enough time to change and get the ankles re-taped. It was fine. I didn't want to warm down."

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Finally, Britain enjoyed a local champion as Heather Watson's Wimbledon ended on the best possible note, triumphing on the final day of the fortnight in mixed doubles. She partnered with Finland's Henri Kontinen to defeat doubles specialists Anna-Lena Groenefeld and Robert Farah, 7-6(5), 6-4.

Watson became the first British woman to win a Wimbledon Championship of any kind since Jo Durie, who also captured a mixed doubles crown in 1987. Virginia Wade remains the last women's singles winner back in 1977.

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Notable singles ranking movers for the week of July 11, 2016.

Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ) +47 (No.96 to 49): The week's biggest ranking jump belongs to Shvedova, who reached her first Wimbledon quarterfinal.

Elena Vesnina (RUS) +26 (No.50 to 24): Vesnina had to wait a long time to reach her first ever Grand Slam semifinal - it took her 42 tries - but the feat earned her a spot back inside the Top 25. Even more impressive: she started the year ranked No.122 in mid-February.

Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS) +4 (No.14 to 10): Kuznetsova's run to the fourth round of Wimbledon earns her four very important ranking points, putting her back in the Top 10 for the first time since 2010.

Angelique Kerber (GER) +2 (No.4 to 2): Although she didn't walk away the Wimbledon champion, Kerber grabbed a sweet consolation prize. The German returns to World No.2, her career-highest ranking.

Find out how the Road To Singapore shapes up here.


BRD Bucharest Open
Bucharest, Romania
International | $226,750 | Clay, Outdoor
Monday, July 11 - Sunday, July 17, 2016

Ladies Championship Gstaad
Gstaad, Switzerland
International | $226,750 | Clay, Outdoor
Monday, July 11 - Sunday, July 17, 2016

Bank Of The West Classic
Standford, USA
Premier | $687,900 | Hard, Outdoor
Monday, July 18 - Sunday, July 24

Citi Open
Washington DC, USA
International | $226,750 | Hard, Outdoor
Monday, July 18 - Sunday, July 24

Ericsson Open
Bastad, Sweden
International | $226,750 | Hard, Outdoor
Monday, July 18 - Sunday, July 24

1. Serena Williams
2. Angelique Kerber - Bastad
3. Garbiñe Muguruza
4. Agnieszka Radwanska
5. Simona Halep - Bucharest
6. Victoria Azarenka
7. Venus Williams - Stanford
8. Roberta Vinci
9. Carla Suárez Navarro
10. Svetlana Kuznetsova
11. Madison Keys
12. Dominika Cibulkova - Stanford
13. Petra Kvitova
14. Samantha Stosur - Washington DC
15. Belinda Bencic
16. Karolina Pliskova
17. Timea Bacsinszky - Gstaad
18. Johanna Konta - Stanford
19. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova - Stanford
20. Elina Svitolina

Best wishes to those celebrating birthdays this week:

Mona Barthel (GER) - July 11, 1990
Abigail Spears (USA) - July 12, 1981
Olivia Rich (AUS) - July 14, 1992
Alisa Kleybanova (RUS) - July 15, 1989