Garbine Muguruza beats Serena Williams to win French Open

Muguruza ongoing her momentum in to the second set, marching to a 3-1 lead and searching poised to accept match. Still, the planet No. 1 demonstrated lots of fight in her own 27th Grand Slam final. Lower 5-3 within the second set, Williams staved off four match suggests move on to some tenth game. But serving for that match, Muguruza will come through, holding to like and winning on the perfectly placed lob shot that fell just within the lines.

Inside a final that pitted among the sport’s stories against certainly one of its rising stars, Garbine Muguruza won the 2016 French Open over Serena Williams.

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For that third consecutive major, Williams’ bid for any record-tying 22nd Grand Slam singles title will need to wait. Williams lost Roberta Vinci within the 2015 U.S. Open and fell to Angelique Kerber captured in Melbourne. Her record in Grand Slam finals record now stands at 21-6.

Garbine Muguruza won her first Grand Slam Saturday in the French Open. (Getty Images)

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Williams fended off two set points during opener, but Muguruza wouldn’t be refused around the third try, delivering a powerful backhand beyond the three-time Roland Garros chamapion’s outstretched racket to win the outlet set.

Saturday’s win was Muguruza’s second over Williams in Paris, as she knocked her from the second round in 2014. 

Murugurza and Williams opened up the match blazing, as each demonstrated business impressive serves. It might take before the fifth game for Muguruza to capture the very first break from the match on the double-fault from Williams.

The planet No. 4 defeated Williams 7-5, 6-4 to capture her first Grand Slam title. She’s the very first Spanish lady to win a significant title since 1998. 

Muguruza required it towards the protecting champion, matching her intensity and high-striking to dictate play. Williams, facing off against a rival 12 years her junior and fighting an adductor injuries, battled together with her movement.

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