Congrats Serena Williams!!
On July 11, Serena won her sixth Wimbledon title in London, beating Spanish tennis player Garbine Muguruza.
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To top the amazing moment off, Williams earned another "Serena Slam," meaning she won four straight major victories in a row. Prior to Wimbledon, the athlete killed it at the French Open, Australian Open, and last year's U.S. Open. If SW wins again at the U.S. Open in 2015, she'll have a history making Grand Slam.
Of her win, the 33-year-old gushed:
"I can't believe I'm standing here with another Serena Slam. I'm having so much fun out here. I've never dreamt that I would still be out here playing and winning Wimbledon."
We're not surprised, girl! You're amazing!
[Image via Instagram.]
Congrats to Serena Williams!
The 33-year-old tennis player defeated her sister Venus Williams in the final round of Wimbledon, after Venus made a return from battling an autoimmune disease. Serena helped seal the deal with impressive 109mph and 105mph aces! Yowsa!
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Together, the sisters have now won five Wimbledon titles.
Following the win, Wimbledon's official account tweeted out:
We wish this really happened!
In the full trailer for the HBO mockumentary 7 Days of Hell, Andy Samberg faces off against Kit Harington in a 7 day long Wimbledon match complete with sex, murder, and mullets!
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The film also features a great supporting cast in Karen Gillan, Will Forte, Lena Dunham, Michael Sheen, Howie Mandel, Fred Armisen, and June Squibb — with cameos from real tennis legends Serena Williams and John McEnroe!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) for what's sure to be a HIGH-larious fake glimpse into the world's longest tennis game!