2012 Wimbledon Ladies Finals: Serena Williams Rallies To Win Fifth Title

Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska met on Saturday to determine a champion at Wimbledon, and it was Williams who came away victorious in three sets. The win marks the fifth time Williams has won the title, tying her with her sister, Venus Williams, atop the leaderboard since 1999.

Serena won the first set 6-1, completely dominating Radwanska in all aspects of the game. Williams used a strong serve and backhand to win the set. She continued her strong play into the second set, but Radwanska came up big late and ended up winning 7-5.

In the third and final set it was Williams who ran the show. She won 6-2, earning her a championship at Wimbledon for the first time since 2010.

Roger Federer and Andy Murray will meet on Sunday to determine a champion on the men's side.

Check out the SI.com scoreboard for a complete look back at what has been a great tournament thus far.

Stick with the SB Nation Bay Area StoryStream for updates, scores and more from the 2012 Wimbledon Tennis Championships. For continued coverage of tennis year round, head over to SB Nation's tennis hub.

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