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Will Serena win her fifth Wimbledon title?
The final day of the Women's Wimbledon title is upon us. Serena Williams is set to face Agnieszka Radwaska for the Wimbledon title later today. It could be anyone's game, as both of them are in good form.

SERENA WILLIAMS has been one of the best female tennis players of the modern era. She is scheduled to play Agnieszka Radwanska, a Polish player, in the finals of the Wimbledon championship. It is for the first time that the Polish player has reached the finals of any Grand Slam title. Serena Williams, on the other hand, has won 12 Grand Slam titles in her illustrious career, which includes 4 Wimbledon titles.

It would not be unfair if we tag Serena Williams as a favourite to lift the Wimbledon crown. In the run up to the finals, she has defeated top players of the WTA circuit such as V. Azarenka, P. Kvitova, and J. Zheng, which would give her the much-needed confidence to win her fifth Wimbledon title. She only dropped two sets in the entire championship. Though J. Zheng had come very close of throwing her out of the competition, but she fought till the last against her to progress into the next round (fourth round) of the competition.

Though, Serena might be favourite for the match, but one look at Radwanska's record during the championship gives another picture. Maybe one has to rethink about it, as the Polish girl has had a better record than Serena in the ongoing championship. She has lost only one set in the competition. In fact, she has dominated most of her games. Serena has to watch out for the Polish girl, who is capable of defeating any player on a given day.

But when these two player play their match today, it would be a different thing altogether. The player who plays better on the day wins. Past record cannot help the player, if they do not come up with a good show during the finals. Their consistent showing en route to the finals will be futile if they do not come up with their 'A' game in order to clinch the title. Will it be Serena's fifth or Radwanska's first Wimbledon title?

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