Angelique Kerber claims maiden Wimbledon triumph, Serena Williams denied fairy-tale comeback

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Her early-season woes though seem to be distant past as the 36-year-old has been at her dominant best in the ongoing grass-court Grand Slam tournament in London.

The two Duchesses will attend the tennis tournament to cheer on Meghan's close friend, Serena Williams.

Serena Williams reacts to losing against Angelique Kerber on Saturday, July 14, 2018.

This is not the first time Meghan, who is friends with Serena, attended the tennis championships.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton were all smiles as the arrived at Wimbledon this afternoon.

When Williams married her husband, Alexis Ohanian, many questioned why Markle wasn't in attendance, despite the fact that the guest list was star-studded and impressive with guests like Beyonce, Ciara, and Kim Kardashian. Play will begin at 1 p.m. local time, with the women's final to follow.

The seven-time champion has lost only one set en route to the final. - Anderson on the stage of a match at which Wimbledon should consider introducing a fifth-set tiebreaker.

Rafael Nadal has forced a fifth set against Novak Djokovic in their Wimbledon semifinal.

She briefly hit back, breaking to love in the fourth game, but then produced another error-strewn effort, including two double faults, to gift a 4-3 lead to Kerber.

After winning her third Grand Slam title with a 6-3 6-3 win, Kerber is now just the second player to defeat Williams in more than one Grand Slam final, after her sister Venus.

The Wimbledon Ladies' Single Final is at 2pm on Saturday.

She joked, as official royalty will watch her this year: "If there was a Wimbledon royalty, I would like to believe I would be Wimbledon royalty because I've done pretty well here in the past".

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