For the past eight years there’s been only one queen of Wimbledon’s grass courts and this year is no different. Serena Williams dominated Vera Zvonareva of Russia 6-3, 6-2 easily winning her 4th Wimbledon title. Williams controlled the entire match with her overpowering 122 mph serves, totaling nine aces. The win solidified her as the best female tennis player in the world. Winning five of the last eight, Serena now has a whopping 13 Grand Slam titles and doesn’t seem to be slowing down one bit.
“That’s always been a goal of hers, I guess, to be the best,” said her mother, Oracene Price. “And to not lose. She hates losing.”