Which woman will win Wimbledon?

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Updated: June 30, 2015

Jamie Davies

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Petra Kvitova (S. Williams)

The last 10 years or so, women’s tennis has been so unpredictable. Follow the WTA tour and you will understand exactly what I mean, so picking out a winner for Wimbledon was harder than the men’s side of it.

 

The lady from Czech Republic told the media she feels ready and pumped up to retain the Wimbledon crown for the first time. Nerves will kick in when Petra Kvitova reaches closer to the final sensing the opportunity of forgetting the quarter-final exit to the great Serena Williams in 2012.

Yes, Serena will be the favorite in many people’s eyes to win her sixth title at SW19, the biggest reason being the 33-year-old’s wins in Melbourne and Roland Garros, but she has not tasted success at Wimbledon in over three years.
 
Kvitova maybe having a slow process since January but she loves playing on grass court and wants to prove herself by retaining the ladies singles championship on July 11.

 

Dan Middleton
Dan Middleton
Petra Kvitova (S. Williams)

 

Surprising pick in a way from myself, however I can see an upset this year.

Sharapova and Serena Williams will definitely be up there challenging, however for me Kvitova will come out as champion.

 

Jack Price
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Eugenie Bouchard (S. Williams)

 

This for me was a difficult decision, there are so many women tennis players at the same level at this moment in time, Serena Williams is probably the only exception. But I honestly think they need someone to step up and take the prize.

 

You may be thinking that Eugenie hasn’t exactly been in the best form this calendar year but previous form means nothing, different surface, different competition, the 21-year-old has a great future ahead of her, who knows that future grand slam could be less than 2 weeks away.

 

Terri Ritchie
Terri Ritchie
Serena Williams (Winner)

 

I can see a Williams vs Sharapova final and Williams winning it as she’s just absolutely class!

 

 

Conor Porter
Conor Porter
Serena Williams (Winner)

 

Serena Williams is immense, if you don’t know already, and she has shown it this year already by winning the Australian Open and the French Open.

 

The American and five-time champion has been unstoppable this year so far, and I think not only can she win Wimbledon, but she will win the US Open as well, becoming the first woman since Steffi Graff in 1988 to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in a calendar year.

 

Record breaker.

 

 

Richard Griffiths
Richard Griffiths
Serena Williams (Winner)

 

The women’s is a tough one to call. Probably either Serena or Kvitova. I’ll go for Serena, although I would love Azarenka or Eugenie Bouchard to win.

 


 

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