Serena Williams will try against to tie Steffi Graf’s 22 and take a share of the Open Era record for most Grand Slam singles titles by a woman.
And for the second time this year, it’s Graf’s countrywomen Angelique Kerber standing in her way.
The 28-year-old Kerber stunned Serena in Melbourne and she arrives into her first Wimbledon final having not dropped a set and just beaten Serena’s sister, Venus, in the semifinals on Thursday.
“I expect, for sure, a really tough match,” Kerber said. “I know that she will go out and try to beat me, especially because she lost against me in Australia.
“But, yeah, on grass she is always dangerous. I think she won here so many times, she will go for it. I know this. I know I have to play one of my best tennis tomorrow. Yeah, but I’m excited and I’m really looking forward to play against her again.”
Serena has won five of seven meetings. This will be their first clash on the grass.
SATURDAY WIMBLEDON SCHEDULE
CENTRE COURT – 2:00PM
1. Serena Williams (USA)  v Angelique Kerber (GER) 
2. Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA)  / Nicolas Mahut (FRA)  v Julien Benneteau (FRA) / Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA)
3. Timea Babos (HUN)  / Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ)  v Serena Williams (USA) / Venus Williams (USA)
METOFFICE WIMBLEDON SATURDAY FORECAST
A cloudy morning with early light patchy rain. Soon becoming dry and brighter, and breezy also, with some sunny spells possible by the afternoon, especially in Kent. Feeling warm and humid. Maximum Temperature 24 °C.
BET AT HOME ODDS
Serena Williams 1.26 vs Angelique Kerber 3.76
US TV SCHEDULE
ESPN will have live coverage of the match starting at 9am ET, 2pm local.
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