Germany's Angelique Kerber holds the trophy after winning the women's singles final against Serena Williams of the U.S. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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The changes Angelique Kerber has made on the court helped her win a first Wimbledon title.The 30-year-old German defeated seven-time champion Serena Williams 6-3, 6-3 in Saturday's final to confirm her return to the top of the sport.After claiming her first Grand Slam titles at the 2016 Australian and U.S Opens – as well as losing the Wimbledon final to Williams in between – Kerber was unable to replicate that form in 2017 . Kerber had reached the Australian Open semifinals to start the season, before backing that up by equaling her career-best performance at the French Open with a run to the quarterfinals.Williams is confident her game can go to another level, but getting ready for Kerber may involve more than preparing for what the German showed Saturday.
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