What more can you ask for in a Wimbledon final? Petra Kvitova, the left-handed Czech, comes into the match as a prior champion. In 2011 she won this tournament on the power of her serve. Her six-foot frame generates at lot of velocity on the ball.
Courtney Nguyen of Sports Illustrated said of Kvitova's style:
Hyper-aggressive, and you would be too if you had the easy power Kvitova has... Kvitova's serves aren't as big as they were during her 2011 title run, but the lefty-serve is still a weapon. The key to her game is her ability to redirect the ball flatly down the lines on both wings. Whether it goes over the net or not, well, that's always the question.
She takes on the 20-year-old Canadian Eugenie Bouchard. Kvitova and Bouchard won their semifinal matches in straight sets and did it with power.
Read on to see breakdown of Saturday's women's Wimbledon final.