With all the favourites left spinning in the prior rounds, there will be a new Wimbledon ladies champion crowned on Saturday afternoon as Sabine Lisicki takes on Marion Bartoli.
It will probably be the two players best chance of winning the most prestigious final in women’s tennis which gets underway at 2pm on Centre Court on Saturday afternoon.
Lisicki v Bartoli
Bartoli has actually reached the final of Wimbledon before, back in 2007 when she faced Venus Williams. Venus won that match in straight sets 6-4, 6-1 and will want to go one better this year.
The 15th seed has not had the best preparation for the final after suffering an ankle injury and virus setbacks prior to the tournament but at 28, she’ll know this could be her last chance of Wimbledon glory.
Her opponent Lisicki is in her first Wimbledon final and has had by far the tougher route to the final. First of all she beat pre-tournament favourite Serena Williams in the fourth round, ending her 34-game winning streak.
She then beat Estonian Kaia Kanepi in straight sets in the quarter-final before an excellent two sets to one victory over number four seed Agnieszka Radwańska in the semi-finals.
German Lisicki has won three of the four matches against Bartoli and will be hoping her superior power will play into her hands in the final.
Lisicki’s good record against Bartoli and her excellent run in the tournament so far means she goes into the final as favourite to win her first Grand Slam.
Men’s Doubles Final
Following the conclusion of the women’s final, the men’s doubles final will get underway on centre court as the Bryan brothers face Croatian Ivan Dodig and Brazilian Marcelo Melo.
Twins Bob and Mike have dominated men’s tennis in recent years and will be looking to secure their third Wimbledon men’s double title after previously winning it in 2006 and 2011.
The pair have also won six Australian Open titles together, four US Open titles and two French Opens and are hot favourites to win back the title from Jonathan Marray and Frederik Nielsen who beat them in the semis last year before going onto win the final.
Women’s Doubles Final
Finishing off the day is the women’s doubles finals as Australian pair Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua take on China’s Peng Shuai and Hsieh Su-wei of Taiwan.
Eighth seeds Peng and Hsieh are favourites to win the match and Betfair provide the best odds of 5/9.
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