How Wimbledon Ended

Roger Federer of Switzerland and England’s Andy Marray advanced to the men’s singles final. In a hard-fought 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 fight was won by Roger Federer. For him, this victory was the 17th at Grand Slam tournaments and the 7th at Wimbledon – as a result he became the first racket of the world, displacing Novak Djokovic from his place of honour. Murray reached the final of Wimbledon for the first time in his career and was the first Briton in 76 years of the tournament.

The Wimbledon final in the women’s singles event came as no surprise to fans and sports analysts. American Sirena Williams and polka Agnieszka Radwańska played. The excellence of the American and her “male” style of play, uncomfortable for Agnieszka, left her virtually no chance. As a result, Serena Williams won the Wimbledon tournament 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 for the fifth time, the total number of singles wins at Grand Slam tournaments is fourteen. Agnieszka Radwanska missed a chance to become the first racket of the world.

In the men’s doubles, Frederik Nielsen of Denmark and Jonathan Marray of Great Britain beat Horia Tecau and Robert Lindstedt of Romania and Sweden 4—6, 6—4, 7—65, 6—75, 6—3. For both winners, it is a first success at a Grand Slam event, with Jonathan Marray becoming the first Briton to win Wimbledon in doubles since 1936. For the Romanian and Swede, the loss was the third in a row in the final of the Wimbledon tournament.

Sisters Sirena and Vinus Williams beat Czechs Lucia Hradecka and Andrea Hlavachkova 7-5. 6-4 in the women’s doubles. This is the fifth joint Wimbledon for the Americans they win, in total they have 13 titles at Grand Slam tournaments.

For the mixed pairs, the 2012 Wimbledon tournament ended with Americans Mike Bryan and Lisa Raymond winning. They beat international union Russian Elena Vesina and Indian Leander Paes 6-3, 5-7, 6-4. For Mike Bryan, this victory was the third at a Grand Slam event and for Lisa Raymond the fifth in a career.

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