Muguruza won the first "Grand Slam" tournament in her career, defeating S. Williams

5 June 2016

​22-years-old Spanish tennis player Garbiñe Muguruza (4) has won the first title at the "Grand Slam" tournament in her career, defeating in the final match of the French Open American tennis player Serena Williams (1), in two instalments — 7:5, 6:4.

Muguruza won the first "Grand Slam" tournament in her career

Last year they had met in the finals of Wimbledon, where Serena proved stronger — 6:4, 6:4.

Spanish player strikes out 18 and made 25 unforced errors, American player has 23 vinnersa and 22 inaccuracies. Garbiñe has implemented 4 break point out of 10, Serena- 2 of 8. American player had a 7-out innings and 4 double errors, Spaniards — 4 ASA and 9 double.

As a result of this defeat Williams still remains in one title of the tournament "Grand Slam" behind Steffi Graf and in three — behind Margaret Court, champions in the number of these winnings at women's singles respectively in the open era and in the history of tennis in general.

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