Juli Angelique Kerber gegen Serena Williams im Live-Stream: Kerber ist zurück in der Weltspitze und steht wie im Wimbledon-Endspiel. Juli Am heutigen Dienstag stehen in Wimbledon die Viertelfinals der Frauen an. Mit dabei sind unter anderem die deutschen Teilnehmerinnen. Juli Was für eine Leistung von Angelique Kerber! Mit spektakulärem Tennis gewinnt die Deutsche das Finale von Wimbledon. Anders als noch vor.
Angelique played out of her mind. So Kerber is serving for her first Wimbledon title. A tight second serve from Kerber and Williams loosens up, pinging the cross-court return.
Kerber tumbles to the grass, Williams graciously walks to the other side of the court to congratulate the champion, and Kerber is now blowing kisses to the stands.
Two tempting second serves from Kerber but two consecutive backhand errors from Williams and Kerber holds to After less than an hour, Williams must hold serve to stay in this final..
Kerber is the highest-ranked player Williams has played this tournament and it shows. To put it into perspective: Kim Clijsters was the last player to win a grand slam after becoming a mother, at the US Open in Kerber, meanwhile, is charging around the court and fires a forehand down the line for , two break points.
And on the second she sends another clean winner to almost exactly the same spot! Kerber is in command. Williams hauls herself to deuce from down.
But a cry from Williams when Kerber claims the next two points to hold. Kerber is playing with such consistency and Williams is very up and down.
But Williams is sucking for air here, Kerber is doing such a good job of dragging her all around the court.
Kerber is the first top defensive player Williams has played this tournament and Williams is finding it hard to keep up. Williams is willing herself to produce more here.
The crowd are doing their best to encourage her too. Williams is pushing at but then throws in the strangest of shots when, at the net, she plays pat-a-cake with a smash.
Perhaps the ball dropped lower than she was expecting. Kerber holds to An ominous stat for Williams: This afternoon was supposed to be about Williams further enhancing her greatness.
That could still happen, of course, but Kerber is showing no signs of easing off at the start of the second set.
She holds to Discount Serena at your peril She puts away a drive volley, that will have felt good. Can she build on that?
Yes — but it was touch and go — Kerber attempts the lob with Williams close to the net and it goes just long.
Williams rams a high backhand into the net and Kerber secures the set! She often retaliates immediately. A first double fault, Keen to make amends, she sends down a smash on the first break point and Kerber hits an air shot.
An unreturned serve out wide on the second break point. Another jolting change in momentum. Kerber holds from there.
From down Williams takes three games on the spin to lead this final for the first time. Nods of approval when Williams ups the ante, stepping into court and stepping up the power.
Kerber clatters a backhand long and Williams is back on level terms. Williams will feel less wobbly after getting on the board with a hold to She settles the game with an arrow of a backhand down the line.
Cue applause from Meghan. The Duchess of Cambridge is also in the Royal Box this afternoon. Royalty watching tennis royalty.
If Kerber is able to engage Williams in plenty of long exchanges — like she did on that break point — she has a real chance of beating Williams.
Kerber consolidates the break. Anderson in the end triumphed in the five set tussle, winning the final set by a staggering scoreline of It meant world number one Rafael Nadal and three-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic took to the court after 8pm yesterday.
And because of an 11pm curfew, which means action cannot continue after that point at Wimbledon, the match had to be stopped after the third set.
The last ball played yesterday saw Djokovic take a two set to one led against Nadal after the Serb superstar won a nail bitting tiebreak.
Djokovic and Nadal will take to Centre Court at 1pm to continue their semi-final, with Williams and Kerber following.
Williams, who is playing her first Grand Slam final since becoming a mother, has a chance to equal a huge record.
There are a limited number of spaces for each match in this trial, with the live stream available to tens of thousands of people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Footage will be played at 50 frames per second. Federer produced another near-faultless performance on Centre Court, outclassing France's Adrian Mannarino to reach the last eight.
He has won 32 sets in a row at Wimbledon - two short of his personal best streak, between 's third round and the final.
According to Gracenote, he is five behind Nadal's 37 sets in succession at the French Open - a sequence that ran from until the opening set of his quarter-final against Argentina's Diego Schwartzman in June.
Federer could match that record with straight-set victories in the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final. A big if, admittedly.
He will play South African eighth seed Kevin Anderson on Wednesday as he bids for a ninth Wimbledon singles title to draw level with record holder Martina Navratilova.
Seventh seed Karolina Pliskova's defeat by Kiki Bertens means that for the first time in the Open era, there will not be a top 10 women's seed in the last eight of a Grand Slam.
Bertens, who ousted Pliskova and Venus Williams in the first round, reached the French Open semi-finals in A former world number 15, she talked about retiring last year, saying that tennis "just wasn't fun" any more and that her main goal in was to feel good.
Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko is only 21 but is already a Grand Slam champion, having won the French Open last year, and she credits ballroom dancing for helping with her footwork.
Camila Giorgi , who has beaten eight top 10 players during her career, is into her first Slam quarter-final, while Dominika Cibulkova reached the Australian Open final in German Julia Gorges dropped out of the top four years ago but is now ranked 13th in the world.
She has gone past the first round at Wimbledon for the first time since The Russian, 21, won her first title last year and reached the French Open quarter-finals last month.
Angelique Kerber is not exactly a new face.