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Serena Williams Defeats Garbiñe Muguruza to Win Wimbledon Women's Title

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    Go Serena! We all new you had it in you. Serena Williams served past Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-4 to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2012. This is Serena's 6th title at the venue. I wouldn't be shocked if she was contemplating some sort of soon-ish retirement after the career she has had so far. Of course, I am also sure that she still has plenty of good playing years left in her.
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    PowerPlay Wrote: Go Serena! We all new you had it in you. Serena Williams served past Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-4 to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2012. This is Serena's 6th title at the venue. I wouldn't be shocked if she was contemplating some sort of soon-ish retirement after the career she has had so far. Of course, I am also sure that she still has plenty of good playing years left in her.
    She may be considering retirement in the not too distant future, but it won't be before she wins four more Grand Slam titles. She now has 21 and is only 3 away from tying Margaret Court for the most all time and four away from holding that title herself. I would be shocked if she hung it up before trying for that record.
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    BearDown Wrote:
    PowerPlay Wrote: Go Serena! We all new you had it in you. Serena Williams served past Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-4 to win Wimbledon for the first time since 2012. This is Serena's 6th title at the venue. I wouldn't be shocked if she was contemplating some sort of soon-ish retirement after the career she has had so far. Of course, I am also sure that she still has plenty of good playing years left in her.
    She may be considering retirement in the not too distant future, but it won't be before she wins four more Grand Slam titles. She now has 21 and is only 3 away from tying Margaret Court for the most all time and four away from holding that title herself. I would be shocked if she hung it up before trying for that record.
    Not a chance. I actually think she is in the prime of her career, not the tail end. She's modest at the end of the day. But c'mon. She's in excellent shape and winning left and right.
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    Dallasite Wrote: Not a chance. I actually think she is in the prime of her career, not the tail end. She's modest at the end of the day. But c'mon. She's in excellent shape and winning left and right.
    I fully agree. She still has more than a few years left in her and I can envision her blazing past 25 Grand Slam titles and get upwards of 30 or more. I don't think she will be retiring anytime soon.