Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: Complete Listings for Women's Final
The women's Wimbledon final between Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska will commence Sunday on Centre Court. Each player is riding a considerable hot streak into this decisive match, and the victory would mean something different for each competitor.
Williams is seeking her fifth Wimbledon title. On the other hand, this is Radwanska's first career Grand Slam final. The parity in the resumes of these two women will make this match exciting to watch and the play will not fall short.
Let's take a look at where and when you can catch this match on television.
*For complete viewing information, check out ESPN.com.
When: Sunday, July 8
Time: 9 a.m. ET
Let's take a look at how each player got to this point.
This wouldn't come as a surprise, but health issues have curtailed Williams' career in the past few years. She hasn't won at Wimbledon since 2009 and hasn't won a Grand Slam since 2010.
Who will win the women's final?
Despite her recent history, Williams looks like the old Williams. The player we were used to seeing in the early 2000s is the player we have seen at Wimbledon this year. She's extremely powerful and nearly impossible to beat when she's playing like this.
The sheer force of Williams' game is overwhelming for the best competition. Azarenka and Kvitova were two excellent opponents, and she disposed of them with a shrug of her shoulders.
If she plays like she has been, she will not be denied her ultimate triumph.
Radwanska sounds like she is going to play on Sunday, but news broke today that she is battling a respiratory illness (read about it and watch the video from her press conference here).
Other than this minor hiccup, Radwanska has played a very consistent tournament.
She disposed of Angelique Kerber in straight sets to get to the finals and defeated Sabine Lisicki in the quarterfinals. She only dropped one set between the two matches.
Radwanska's consistent style matches up relatively well with Williams, but she is at a disadvantage in the power department. She's a very steady performer, but she doesn't have one trait that stands out.
This is her first Grand Slam final. She will have to make sure the moment doesn't become too big, especially with Williams making an unbelievable comeback bid.
If she wins, she can become the world's No. 1 player. She is facing a very hot opponent, but don't underestimate her savvy style on Centre Court.
Make sure you tune into Sunday's final to watch these two do battle. It won't disappoint.
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