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Venus Williams Is Edged In Wimbledon Final As Muguruza Wins Second Grand Slam

Williams was unable to take advantage of early chances against Spain's Garbiñe Muguruza — who only grew more accurate and confident as the match progressed.

Garbiñe Muguruza won her first Wimbledon title by overcoming Venus Williams in a women's final that was marked by long rallies and creative shotmaking in a gripping first set. Williams was unable to take advantage of early chances against Spain's Muguruza — who only grew more accurate and confident as the match progressed.

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