Saturday, July 4, 2009

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It is Roger Federer against Andy Roddick in Men's Final this Sunday July 5. Although there are a total of William I in 2009 Women's Wimbledon finals this Saturday July 4.
The game starts at 14:00 London (09:00 ET) at the Center Court.
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At the moment, No. 2 Roger Federer is the overwhelming 7-6 (3), 7-5, 6-3 triumph over No. 24 Tommy Haas of Germany in Friday's opening semi-final match on Center Court, put the Swiss star in a seventh (7th) following Wimbledon final title matches and a record 20 Career Grand Slam final. Federer is 20-3 in the semis in the shop his career, and reached 16 of the last 17 grand finale.

And now, after many years of hunting pistol Pete Sampras, Federer is ready to surpass him. A win over No. 6-seeded Andy Roddick in the U.S. last weekend of the All England Club will give Federer his 15 Grand Slam singles championship, breaking a tie with Sampras for the most in history. It will also give Federer sixths Wimbledon title and a return to No. 1 in the rankings.

The 23-year U. S. No 6 Andy Roddick celebrated rather emotional after the match, No. 3 Andy Murray of Britain 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (5) in Friday's second semi-final match. 2003 U.S. Open champion Roddick, still seeking a second major title, fell to his knees, laid up and covered his head with his hands after the end of Murray. This is his third Wimbledon final appearance.

In Women's Semifinals opening match, Serena Williams showed his match Friday, saving a match point against Elena Dementieva before winning 6-7 (4), 7-5, 8-6. Fighting for longer than ever Wimbledon women's semi-final or final on record, was one of the most exciting of this year's tournament.
The 29-year-old No. 3 Venus Williams reached her eighth (8th) final in Wimbledon All England Club after having fought top ranked Dinara Safina 6-1, 6-0 in less 60 minutes. Besides having won five Wimbledon singles titles, Serena found Venus in last year's final attempt to become the first woman to win three straight championships since Steffi Graf 1991-93.
But even if Serena did Venus in 2002 og'03 Wimbledon singles finals, she feels under against a player trying to win his sixth Venus Rose Water dish.

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