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The leap of joy said it all. Serena Williams returned to the winner's circle here on Saturday with a victory over Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland in a final that contained almost as much drama as the two years since she last tasted grand slam victory.
Her , , success gave the brilliant American her fifth Wimbledon title, her 14th grand slam singles crown and, at the age of 30, she is the oldest winner since Martina Navratilova won the last of her nine titles in The younger Williams sister drew level with Venus Williams on five titles here and, though nerves almost got the better of her halfway through, she was an impressive and worthy champion.
The world No3, Radwanska, the first Pole to reach a grand slam final since , fought back valiantly from a set and down to force a decider but Williams regained her composure just in time to take the title once more.
A la Pat Cash in and many champions since, Williams then joined her family and friends in her supporters' box, sharing the moment with them.
Champions often say how nothing beats winning a grand slam title for the first time but from her celebrations and her emotions, this one was perhaps even more precious than anything that has gone before.
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After Williams held serve to start the match, Radwanska struggled in her first service game. It went to five deuces before Radwanska drilled a wide forehand to give Williams the break.
Williams again held and quickly followed with another break of serve, this time on her first opportunity in the fourth game with a backhand winner.
Radwanska had to save a pair of break points in her next service game to avoid the first opening set in a women's final since when Martina Navratilova bageled Andrea Jaeger en route to a , win.
An ace and a heavy first serve saved the two break points and another ace finally put Radwanska on the board.
There was no momentum, however, as Williams finished off the first set in the next game before rain halted play. It also provides that confidence and belief in yourself, but do you have any regimen such as visualization or meditation to help keep you calm?
Radwanska: Not really. I'm not really that kind of person to meditate. For me, it's just really good to have a good warm-up and just go on court and figure out after a few games what you have to do to win matches.
Trying to really stay calm and not really think about what I did wrong. Do you believe in yourself that you can walk away with a Grand Slam sometime soon?
Radwanska: Well, I was close a couple times and even a couple times here [at Wimbledon]. I hope so. Of course, I believe that. I was there and I was playing the last match of the Grand Slam, so why not?
I still have a couple more years to try and hopefully it will happen one day. Radwanska: I think a couple things need to click to win a Grand Slam, to win those seven matches in a row.
The year-old American won her fifth Wimbledon title Saturday on Centre Court, beating Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland , , to claim her 14th major championship.
After hitting a backhand winner on match point, she fell onto her back to the grass. She then rose with a grin as big sister Venus -- another five-time Wimbledon champion -- smiled and applauded, along with the rest of the crowd.
After shaking hands with Radwanska, Williams climbed into the box where her family was seated.