The beautiful Romanian tennis player Simona Halep defeated Serena Williams in the 2019 Grand Slam Wimbledon tennis final, Saturday, July 13, 2019. Halep managed to defeat the living tennis legend with a score of 6-2, 6-2.
Halep also managed to get the second Grand Slam title throughout his career. Previously, Halep won his first Grand Slam title in 2018 ago, when he won Roland Garros (French Open).
As the Guardian proclaimed , Saturday, July 13, 2019, Halep admitted that he had displayed all his abilities in the final. “I performed the best game. I work hard to feel this moment, “said Halep.
Halep also said that appearing in the Wimbledon final was his mother’s old dream. The dream of the mother was fulfilled perfectly because Halep not only appeared in the final, but also won the title.
“It’s my mother’s dream that I play in the Wimbledon final. I am happy to be able to realize his hopes. I can’t wait to come back here again. It is an honor to be able to do it, “he said.
Halep’s appearance in the Wimbledon final was indeed amazing and very aggressive. In the first set Williams made several mistakes until Halep had a 4-0 lead.
The two players then took the points in the next four games with Halep managing the first set after Williams’ forehand went wide. More frustrating duels occurred in the second set. Halep and Williams again broke each other’s serve in four games.
Halep then could take over the match by taking the next four games. He finally became the first Romanian to win the Wimbledon Grand Slam tennis championship after Williams’s return touched the net.
Serena, who has been known to have a “less good” attitude when losing even this time is different, she did not hesitate to give praise to Halep. “It’s hard to talk a lot if your opponent looks so good. Congratulations to Simona, “Williams said.
Halep’s happiness over the Wimbledon title also dashed Serena Williams’ hopes of equaling Margaret Court’s record as the most Grand Slam title holder. Serena currently has 23 Grand Slam titles, leaving just one degree from Margaret.
Serena herself has twice failed to get her 24th Grand Slam title. First in last year’s Wimbledon final when they lost to Angelique Kerber. Second when he surprisingly lost to Naomi Osaka in the 2018 US Open final.