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Serena Williams Tied With Agnieszka Radwanska In Wimbledon Women's Final

After blazing through the first set against Agnieszka Radwanska in the 2012 Wimbledon Women's Single Final match, Serena Williams allowed her opponent to come back and now the two women, seeded third and sixth respectively, are tied and heading to a decisive third set.

It's been a compelling match since the second set, and Radwanska actually seems in complete control nearing the end of the second set. Williams must shift her focus and get a ground game going to stop the momentum.

Williams took the first set 6-1. Radwanska came back and won the second set 7-5 after being down early to Williams. Radwanska had never advances past the quarterfinals in six previous appearances at Wimbledon. This is, in fact, her first finals appearance in any Grand Slam event.

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