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Serena Williams and Simona Halep will play for the Wimbledon title on Saturday.
In the US, the match is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. ET and will be televised on ESPN. If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream of Serena vs Halep on your computer, phone, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or other streaming device via one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming subscription services:
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Serena vs Halep Wimbledon Final Preview
Williams trampled Czech 33-year-old Barbora Strýcová 6-1, 6-2 in the semifinals.
The seven-time Wimbledon champ missed four Grand Slams — the last three of 2017 and the 2018 Australian Open — to give birth to a daughter. In her second major after returning, Williams reached the 2018 Wimbledon final, where she fell to Angelique Kerber of Germany.
“It feels good to be back in the final,” Williams said, according to The Telegraph. “I just needed some matches. Every match I’m improving. Now I’m feeling good I can do what I do best, and that’s playing tennis. I wake up every morning and I get to be fit, play in front of crowds. Not everyone can do that. I love what I do, it’s just a remarkable experience. [Halep is] tough. We always have tough matches. I look forward to it.”
Since then she’s taken second at 2018 US Open, reached the 2019 Australian Open quarterfinals, and bowed out of the 2019 French Open in the third round.
The 37-year-old has 23 Grand Slam singles titles to her name, the most all-time.
“It’s really not about 24 or 23 or 25. It’s really just about going out there and giving my best effort, no matter what,” Williams said, according to The Associated Press. “No matter what I do, I will always have a great career. Like, I just kind of let it go this morning.”
Halep dominated Elina Svitolina of the Ukraine 6-1, 6-3 to reach her first-ever Wimbledon final and her first Grand Slam final since she won the 2018 French Open. She’s bested Williams just twice in 11 meetings.
“I’m desperate to win Wimbledon more than to stop her,” the Romanian 27-year-old said, according to The Guardian. “I’m not thinking about her record. It’s a great feeling to face Serena in a Grand Slam final. If you are able to win, it makes it sweeter. If you lose, then you have to look forward for the next one. I have no pressure on myself, just a positive one. I have expectations for myself that I can do a great job. Still, I’m chilled.”
She added: “This week I realized that I have a good chance on grass because I have strong legs, I can open the court. The court works for me if I play the right tactic. When the ball is coming to me, now I know what to do with it. Maybe that’s why. Maybe I feel confident and I’m not scared any more of how the ball bounces.”
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