& # 39; She played out of her mind. I was a bit like a deer in headlights & # 39 ;: Serena Williams admits she was powerless to stop the beautiful Simona Halep in Women & # 39; s Wimbledon final
- Simona Halep completely defeated Serena Williams and won the Wimbledon final
- Williams admitted after there was little she could do to stop the inspired Halep
- & # 39; If someone plays like that, you have to tilt your cap & # 39 ;, said the American
Serena Williams admitted that she was caught by the glare of Simona Halep when the Romanian blew her away in straight sets to ever win her first Wimbledon title.
The American, who was looking for history by claiming a record-like 24th Grand Slam title, was completely dismantled by error-free Halep when she lost 6-2, 6-2 in the single.
Williams became the favorite favorite in the game, but a completely different story unfolded in midfield with Halep dominating from start to finish.
Serena Williams admitted that she was powerless to stop the beautiful Simona Halep
Halep rushed to the Women & # 39; s Wimbledon title with a win over Williams
Despite the disappointment, Williams, 37, admitted she could do little to stop her inspired opponent.
& # 39; She literally played out of her mind! Congratulations Simona, & Williams said after losing the game.
& # 39; It was a little deer in my headlights. If someone plays like that, you have to tilt your cap and nod your head. & # 39;
The American was dominated from start to finish when Halep won the game 6-2, 6-2
The impressive victory gave Halep its first Wimbledon title ever
Williams admitted afterwards: & # 39; It was a bit like a deer in my headlights & # 39;
Halep, who fulfilled her mother's dream of being crowned the Wimbledon champion, admitted that this was the best she has ever played.
When asked if she had ever played better than that of Sue Barker on the BBC, she answered: & # 39; Never.
& # 39; I had nerves. My stomach was not very good. But I knew there was no time for emotions.
& # 39; It feels incredible. It is something so special and I will never forget this day. & # 39;
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