Serena Williams offers words of encouragement to Maria Sharapova after beating her in the Wimbledon women's singles semi-final in London.

In the blockbuster, much looked forward Women’s Semi Final clash in the 2015 Wimbledon tennis championships between the favourite, world’s number one Serena Williams and world’s number 04 Maria Sharapova in front of a sell out capacity crowd in the Centre Court in Wimbledon London SW 19, Serena once more coasted to a straight sets victory demolishing the ever green Maria in just 1 hour and 19 minutes ending her dreams of her second Wimbledon title and extending her tally of her loses drought to 19. Maria had to remain contented with her tally of just 02 wins against her arch rival Serena.

In the first set the dominance of Serena was illustrated well as Maria as usual faltered with her service making double faults too often. In all she made 06 double faults to Serena’s 02.Serena during the two sets served at an average speed of around 110 KMH and served 13 Aces against just only 02 by Maria during the entire duration of the semi final which turned into  a lacklustre affair for the fans.

Serena broke Maria’s service five times during the course of the entire match whereas Maria could not break Serena’s service even once. This was a terrific drawback to Maria.

Maria had done some home work against her fierce rival which was demonstrated when she returned some of the services at over 110 but was unable to continue long rallies. She showed some vengeance only in the penultimate game of the second set. It was too late for her to come back from the early setbacks which proved futile and disastrous.

The final score was 6-2, 6-4 in favour of the world’s number 01 Serena will play Spanish player Garbine Muruguza the 20th seed for the 33 year old American’s  sixth Wimbledon title. If she conquers the novice who is highly talented having won just one WTA title win. This would incidentally be the 21st Grand Slam title she would be vying for in her 25th Grand Slam final, but still would be behind Steffi Graff and Martina Navratilova in the overall Grand Slam title tally’s.

Garbine Muguruza became the first Spanish woman after Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario in 19 years to reach the Wimbledon final on Thursday when she won the first semi final with a rollercoaster three setter 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 win over Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska who was a much more experienced player in one hour and fifty six minutes…Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario was the last Spanish woman to make the final at the All England Club while Conchita Martinez was the last champion in 1994.

Muguruza the 20th seed has a destructive serve but after winning the first set she had to tolerate some nervous moments in the second set when experienced Radwanska stepped up her momentum and won it very easily. Radwanska dominated the most part of the second set and in the first few games in the third set. But Muruguza with two breaks of service games in the third set overpowered the world’s number 13th seed Radwansaka, a three time semi finalist in Wimbledon tennis to enter the final to play Serena on the Centre Court in all England club.

Garbine Muguruza, who has only one tour title to her name, then took victory with a power-packed flowing forehand; her 39th winner of the match having served 06 aces against Radwanska’s none.

Muruguza has a very powerful service , strong returns equally well with a powerful back hand would make an impact in the final and will give the world number 01 Serena a strong fight worthy of a opponent in the Wimbledon 2015 women’s final to keep the keen fans spell bound.