Wimbledon - The recent history of Grand Slam Wimbledon Champion, women's singles created in numbers. Young tennis player from Rep. Ceska, Petra Kvitova worked out as the winner of this prestigious tennis championship after beating senior, Maria Sharapova.

In the final which took place on Centre Court All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Kvitova no obstacles to subvert Sharapova in straight sets 6-3, 6-4. Since the early minutes of the game, clearly visible Kvitova managed to dictate Sharapova game.

In the first set, Sharapova can not be denied error to give figures for Kvitova. In fact, several times the beautiful tennis player from Russia was not able to restore service as well as smash that launched Kvitova. As a result, in the first set Sharapova had to give up with the score 6-3.

In the second game, Sharapova tried to replace the press Kvitova. After being leveled 2-2, Sharapova often make the same mistake as in the first set. Sarapova this omission was not wasted Kvitova who continues to lead up to 6-4 digits that make Kvitova out as a young female tennis player from Rep. Ceska a victory in the arena of Wimbledon after Jana Novotna in 1998 ago.

"I'm very excited," Kvitova said with tears. "I was very nervous but I have to focus on every point," continued Kvitova who does not deny himself stricken with stage fright when confronted with the status as a semi-finalist Sharapova Grand Slam French Open 2011.


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