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Serena Williams to meet Garbine Muguruza in Wimbledon Final

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It was written in the stars that Serena Williams would progress into the SW19 final this Saturday.

Embarking on her 21st major title, the 33 year old beat world number 4 Maria Sharapova 6-2 6-4 in the semis and now meets world number 20 Garbine Muguruza in Saturdays final.

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Serena is embarking on making history, if she wins the final she is one grand slam away from equalling Steffi Graff's record.

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The American is in the form of her life having already claimed the Australian and French open this year. Standing in the way of a possible 6th Wimbledon crown stands 21 year old Garbine Muguruza.

Garbine Muguruza

The Spaniard already has a victory over the world number one having beat Serena last year at the French Open in the early stages. The best performances from the youngster have come at Rolland Garros where Muguruza has been a quarter finalist on two occasions.     

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The Present vs The Future? 

The women's Wimbledon final offers a perfect neutral standpoint. Serena is a fan favourite and has faced a tough route to the final having to beat sister Venus, Victoria Azarenka and world number 4 Maria Sharapova. Muguruzu has equally had a rough ride defeating both top 15 rated Caroline Wozniacki and Agneiszka Radwanksa.  

Whatever happens this Saturday could predict the near or long term future. If Serena claims the crown then its more than likely she will go on to win the US Open and close in on the record number 22 this year.

Garbine Muguruza could show the world that she is the next star in ladies tennis, to win her first grand slam against Williams would be a massive achievement, its teacher verses student this Saturday, a young up and coming 21 year old against a consistently dominant champion, the final script is perfect for centre court.      

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