Wimbledon 2017: Women's final preview

Slaying sister Serena's older sister Venus Williams was spotted leaving a Wimbledon training session the day after defeating Jelena Ostapenko in the Women's Singles Quarter-Final

Wimbledon 2017: Women's final preview

Former world No 1 Martina Hingis said it is "amazing" that her old rival Venus Williams has reached the Wimbledon final and it is her "time to shine".

Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo, no.4 seeds from Poland and Brazil respectively, face Austria's Oliver Marach and Croatia's Mate Pavic, no.16 seeds, after the ladies' final.

The Spaniard has struggled for consistency since saluting at Roland Garros previous year, and the Wimbledon final will be her first final at any level since that glorious day in Paris.

- Williams has also won at Wimbledon on five occasions, a tally only three other women can better. Here is everything you need to know entering the third Grand Slam ladies' singles final of the year.

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- In contrast, Muguruza has won just three WTA singles titles, including her French Open victory previous year.

The American star, who stormed into the Wimbledon finals for the ninth time, is also bidding to clinch her first Grand Slam title in nine years, after she last lifted the coveted trophy in 2008. And unlike Charlotte Sterry, who lifted the trophy in 1908 aged 37 years and 282 days, she will nearly certainly not travel to the All England Club by bicycle.

The 1994 Wimbledon champion Conchita Martinez has been an animated presence at courtside during Garbine Muguruza's matches.

The final of the women's tournament arrives today, with two people outside of the single figure seeds up for the Venus Rosewater Dish.

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