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Eugenie Bouchard Vs. Petra Kvitova Wimbledon FinalsEugenie Bouchard Vs. Petra KvitovaCompared to the normal faces we see for the men’s finals it is a completely new era from the women’s finals 2014 at Wimbledon, with two new faces on the scene Bouchard a Canadian professional Vs. Czech professional Kvitova.
For Bouchard this is only her sixth appearance in one of the top four tournaments and she handled it well, after the two favourites Serna Williams and Maria Sharapova both knocked out, Bouchard fired on through to meet Kvitova at the final.
Whereas Kvitova fought her way through to the finals by defeating five-time champion Venus Williams in round three before beating fellow Czech Barbora Zahlavova Strycova and Lucie Safarova in the quarter finals and semi-finals.
The final was here and Bouchard and Kvitova were ready to let the roaring game of tennis happen, with Bouchard winning the coin toss she takes the first serve, and makes her way to win the first game. The audience one again on the edge of their seats not knowing what could happen with the new champions on the scene, Bouchard and Kvitova each hold serve after being pushed to deuce. Kvitova leads 3-2 after five games, and after gaining back one break, Bouchard loses serve and set to Kvitova 6-3.
In the second set Kvitova continues her dominating play, and takes the first two games, after a nearly breaking Kvitova’s serve, Bouchard leads 3-0 however not for long, and despite taking an early lead in the second set Kvitova pulls back 5-0, and then out of no-where it was all over… 6-0 to Kvitova, after playing a brilliant performance on the centre court the audience to roaring and cheers and Kvitova lying on centre court in disbelief that she has won.
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