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Venus and Serena Williams

Serena (right) and Venus Williams emerge for the Wimbledon women's singles final on Centre Court on Saturday

Venus and Serena Williams

Defending Wimbledon champion Venus faces Serena in the final of the tournament for the third time

Centre Court

The crowd on Centre Court are treated to fine weather and hope to see a classic encounter

Serena Williams

Serena makes a blistering start and breaks Venus' serve in the first game of the match

Venus Williams

Venus struggles to impose her serve on the match and seems unable to cope with her sister's power

Venus Williams

But Venus suddenly comes to life and breaks Serena's serve to level the opening set at 4-4

Venus Williams

Venus keeps the pressure up and breaks again to win the set 7-5 and complete an amazing turnaround

Serena Williams

The second set is a tight affair but trailing 5-4, Serena is in trouble and serving to stay in the match

Venus Williams wins the title

Serena cannot hang onto her serve and Venus is Wimbledon champion for the fifth time, winning 7-5 6-4

Venus with the trophy

Venus is one of only four players to have lifted the trophy at least five times in the Open era

Laura Robson

Meanwhile, London teenager Laura Robson takes on third seed Noppawan Lertcheewakarn in the girls' final

Laura Robson

Robson, just 14, wins the match 6-3 3-6 6-1 to the delight of the crowd on Court One

Laura Robson with the trophy

Robson is the first Briton to claim the girls' title since Annabel Croft won it 24 years ago

Daniel Nestor (right) and Nenad Zimonjic

Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic beat Jonas Bjorkman and Kevin Ullyett 7-6 (12-10) 6-7 (3-7) 6-3 6-2 in the men's doubles final

Jonas Bjorkman

Sweden's Bjorkman bids farewell to the Centre Court crowd in what was his final appearance at Wimbledon. He will retire later this year

Venus (right) and Serena Williams

The Williams sisters returned to Centre Court to face Lisa Raymond and Sam Stosur in the women's doubles final

Venus Williams (right) and Serena Williams

Venus made it two titles in a day as the sisters claimed their third Wimbledon doubles title with a 6-3 6-2 victory

Laura Robson

Robson later came into the Royal Box on Centre Court after the women's doubles to be presented with her trophy




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