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Williams and Muguruza
( Photo credit: Art Seitz ©2017 )

Venus Williams and Garbine Muguruza embrace at the net.

July 19, 2017: “I was expecting the best Venus, because I saw her and she was playing very good," Muguruza said afterward. “I knew she was going to make me suffer and fight for it. When I had those set points against me, I’m like, ‘Hey, it’s normal. I’m playing Venus here.’ So I just kept fighting. I knew that if I was playing like I was playing during the two weeks, I was going to eventually have an opportunity. So I was calm. If I lose the first set, I still have two more. Let’s not make drama.
Garbine Muguruza, after she won the last nine games to beat five-time champion Venus Williams 7-5, 6-0 in the Wimbledon ladies’ final for her second Grand Slam title
June 18, 2017: “I was around watching [Martina] Hingis come up and [Steffi] Graf come up and [Monica] Seles come up, and I just see something special in this young lady and the fact that she's so fearless. But what I like even more is her hunger, and you can see it on her face. She really wants this badly and is going to go to any length to win. I love that attitude, and it's the attitude with the power and the short angles—she has a game to back it up. I think she's very special.
Chris Evert, 18-time Grand Slam singles champion and now an ESPN analyst, saying 20-year-old Latvian Jelena Ostapenko, a 100-1 pre-tournament long shot who won the French Open, is “something special."

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