With both players boasting similar weapons, the outcome could depend on who shakes off the final nerves more quickly.
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Venus Williams will try to become the oldest woman to win Wimbledon for 109 years Saturday – although, ominously for her the last time a 37-year-old reached the final, it was a Spaniard who ruined the script.Muguruza, like Williams, has dropped only one set to reach the final and Thursday produced a superb display of controlled aggression to thrash Magdalena Rybarikova 6-1 6-1 .She also has the belief of knowing she can beat a Williams in a Grand Slam final – having overpowered Serena to win the French Open last year. Of the 42 Grand Slam matches in which Muguruza has won the first set she has lost only two, while Williams has won 232 of the 250 in which she has taken the opener.
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