Serena Williams Defeats Garbine Muguruza in Wimbledon Final, Wins Fourth Straight Major Title

Serena Williams makes quick work of Garbine Muguruza en route to another Wimbledon title.

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Serena Williams is just making it look too easy at this point. Earlier today, Williams easily defeated Garbine Muguruza, 6-4, 6-4, to take her sixth career Wimbledon title and her fourth Grand Slam championship in a row.

This is also my new everything. Serena!

— Meg Linehan (@itsmeglinehan) July 11, 2015

The awards just keep coming for Serena, who now has won 21 majors, leaving her three shy of tying the all-time record held by Margaret Court.

For the second time in her illustrious career, Williams has completed the "Serena Slam," which signifies holding four Grand Slam titles at the same time. Mind you, she is doing all of this at an age (33) where most female tennis players start to decline. Now, she will take her talents to the U.S. Open where she has won the tournament the last three years in a row. Can anyone stop here? Probably n—let's not jinx anything.  

But hey, no matter what happens at the U.S. Open..


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