Simona Halep has won the 2019 Wimbledon after defeating rival Serena Williams 2-6 2-6 in the final today.
Halep dominated from the start, winning the first four games.
That gave her a double break and she never looked back, waltzing to the first set 6-2.
Serena Williams, who has seeking to equal the all-time record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles, came out for the second set with more determination.
But the American was not at the races and Halep won the second set 6-2 too to win her first ever Wimbledon title.
After the match, Serena Williams admitted she was beaten by the better woman today.
She said: “She played out of her mind, congratulations Simona.
“It was a little deer in the headlights for me.
“Whenever someone plays that amazing, you just have to take your hat off and give a nod on the head.”