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  1. Women's Doubles Final: Ekaterina Makarova (Rus)/Elena Vesnina (Rus) bt Hao-Ching Chan (Tpe)/Monica Niculescu (Rom) 6-0 6-0
  2. Women's Singles Final: Garbine Muguruza (Spa) bt Venus Williams (US) 7-5 6-0
  3. Men's Doubles Final: Lukasz Kubot (Pol)/Marcelo Melo (Brz) bt Oliver Marach (Aut)/Mate Pavic (Cro) 5-7 7-5 7-6 3-6 13-11

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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Garbine Muguruza

One suspects this smile won't be leaving Garbine Muguruza's face in the near future.

While the new Wimbledon champion ponders where she will party tonight, it is time for us to start thinking about leaving you.

Now, in fact.

Don't worry, there is still plenty of tennis to occupy you - including the men's doubles final. Head over here to watch.

And join us again tomorrow when Roger Federer, AKA 'GOAT', goes for more history - his eighth Wimbledon victory. See you then!

WATCH: Williams hails 'amazing' Muguruza

"A message for Serena?"

"Oh I miss you"

"I think there'll be other opportunities" - Venus gracious in defeat

WATCH: Muguruza speaks after her victory

"I feel incredible to be able to play Venus here"

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

It seems a long time ago now.

But ICYMI, here are the post-match interviews from Garbine Muguruza and Venus Williams on Centre Court earlier....

Is Roger as elegant on the dancefloor?

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza's news conference takes a light-hearted turn as he quizzed about tomorrow night's Champions Dinner.

"Who of the male finalists tomorrow night would you like to dance with?" is the question.

"Oh, come on," laughs the new Wimbledon champion.

The journalist isn't letting her off the hook, though....

"Roger," she grins. And I like Cilic, I have to say seriously. But I want to see if Roger is elegant at dancing also!"

Spanish stat attack

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

  • Beat Venus Williams to claim her second Grand Slam title after winning the French Open last year
  • Becomes only the second Spanish woman to win Wimbledon, after her coach Conchita Martinez in 1994
  • In 2016, Muguruza became the first Spanish woman to win the Roland Garros title since Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario in 1998

Rafa's message

Roughly translated, former Wimbledon champion Rafa Nadal tweeted: "Congratulations, Garbine Muguruza, a champion at Wimbledon. A great success for Spanish tennis."

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'Serena's absence has given players hope'

Annabel Croft

Former British number one on BBC One

Serena Williams
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Serena Williams is such a great icon it's always wonderful to see her at Wimbledon. Because she wasn't here gave a lot of players hope.

Who would have thought that 20-year-old Jelena Ostapenko would have won the French Open last month?

Since then a lot of players have thought that they could win the big tournament.

'Everything came together' for Muguruza

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza appears to have added a new word to the English language. She's the Wimbledon champion, she can do what she wants.

See if you can spot it as she discusses how everything came together for her this fortnight...

"It is very hard to find a recipe to feel good fitness-wise, tennistically, mentally. I think in this tournament I put everything together, which is very hard."Normally, you know, you're tired, I feel pain here, my confidence is not there.

"So I felt this tournament I find somehow, you know, to put everything together and perform good at every level."

'I was nervous and tense'

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza said before today's final that she had learned from her defeat to Serena Williams in 2015 - and so it proved.

The new champion - who will rise into the world's top five now - says she was happy with how she handled the occasion.

"I'm very satisfied because you never know how it will go," says the Spaniard.

"I was nervous and tense. Once you step on the court, you know, you see the crowd, you see the final, you see I'm here playing another Wimbledon final. So very satisfied the way I handled it."

Muguruza expected 'the best Venus'

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

More from new Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza in her post-match news conference: "I was expecting the best Venus because I saw her on the way to the final and knew that she was playing good.

"When I had those set points against me, I knew it was normal. I said to myself, 'it's Venus!'

"I kept fighting and knew if I played like I had during the two weeks then I would have chances."

Garbine Muguruza

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza reveals she only played on a grass court for the first time when she was a late teenager.

"I think it was the Wimbledon qualifiers, when I was 17 or 18," says the Spaniard.

Five years later, she is the best woman in the world on the surface.

Muguruza is a big-game player

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza oozes confidence. I could tell that when she strutted past me on the practice courts earlier this week.

So it's no surprise to learn - like we have just seen - she thrives on the big stage.

"Once I go to a big court I feel good," she says. "I'm happy to go to Centre Court and play the best player.

"That's what motivates me."

'What a victory!' - Muguruza's winning moment

Muguruza's winning moment

Radio 5 live commentary of the winning moment

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Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza is showered, changed and now sat in front of the media. A round of applause greets the Spaniard as she walks into the interview room.

"Welcome to the new Wimbledon champion, Garbine Muguruza..."

Questions and answers to follow.

Reid thanks 'amazing' crowd

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Houdet/Peifer

Britain's Gordon Reid on BBC Two after defending his wheelchair men's doubles title with Alfie Hewett:

"We don't like to do it the easy way! The match was played in a great spirit and look at this crowd! They were amazing.

"I've been playing for 12 years and never once did I think we'd fill a stadium like this, especially when the women's final was on Centre Court at the same time.

"The sport has grown massively and the more chance we have to play on these types of courts the more we can inspire others to play the game - and hopefully we'll be on Centre Court one year!"

Reid and Hewett

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Venus Williams has no intention of hanging up her strings. She has told us that before and tells us again with her final answer in a 15-minute news conference.

"Presumably you're coming back next year, right?" is the question.

"Presumably, yes," comes the reply.

Having reached two Grand Slam finals this year, there is little surprise she's looking to the future.

Most players - if not every player - would settle for that...

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Regina Playford: Loved the match, well done. Exciting Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid. Thanks for showing it.

Mark Ross: A fantastic win for Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett today. Would be great to see more televised coverage of wheelchair tennis.

John: Champions Alfie Hewett & Gordon Reid. Fantastic match to watch.

'What a feeling to win again'

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Houdet/Peifer

Britain's Alfie Hewett on BBC Two after defending men's wheelchair doubles title:

"It feels amazing to do it in such a close battle. They fought for every point no matter the score and made such a great match of it.

"We had four match points and they saved them all so it was quite tiring,but we did a good job of going back out there and playing instinctively to win it in the tie-break.

"It's great to experience this here with all the guys that have helped us."

Venus still believes she can win Slams

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Venus Williams might have missed out on becoming the oldest woman to win a Grand Slam singles title in the Open Era, today at least, but the 37-year-old still believes she can beat sister Serena's previous record.

"There is always something to learn from matches you win or from the ones you don't win," she says.

"So there is definitely something for me to learn from this. But it is also about looking forward.

"I'm in good form and I've been in a position a few times this year to contend for the big titles.

"That's the kind of position I want to keep putting myself in. It's just about getting over the line. I believe I can do that."

Game, set and match

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 7-6 (7-3) Houdet/Peifer

They've done it! Britain's Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett are the Wimbledon men's wheelchair doubles champions for the second successive year!

The pair bring up a fifth championship point and they scream at each other in delight as Stephane Peifer nets to hand them the tie-break decider.

Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett

'A bagel is not ideal'

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Most of us would be frothing at the mouth if we had just been bagelled. Not Venus Williams. Not outwardly at least.

Asked how much losing 6-0 fires her up, she says: "You don't think about the score. At that time you're just playing.

"It is not an ideal scoreline," she concedes.

Bit of an understatement...

All credit to Muguruza - Williams

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

More from Venus Williams after her straight-set defeat by Garbine Muguruza: "I definitely would have loved to convert some of them break points in the first set but she competed very well. She managed to play better."

Asked if Sjogren's syndrome - the fatigue-causing illness which she suffers from - had an impact, the American replies: "She played well, she played top tennis and I have to give her credit.

"I've had a great two weeks and I'm looking forward to the rest of the summer."

Venus Williams

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Venus Williams is not giving much away to the world's media. She's not very chatty after a brilliant win, never mind a disappointing defeat in a Grand Slam final.

What would you have done better? "Won the match," is the short reply. Fair comment.

Top seeds save three match points

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 6-6 Houdet/Peifer*

Three championship points have gone amiss for Britain's Reid and Hewett.

So like last year, the men's wheelchair doubles final will be decided on a tie-break between these four.

Match points

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 6-5 Houdet/Peifer*

Two championship points to Britain's Hewett and Reid...

One is saved by their French opponent Nicolas Peifer.

Another is saved by his partner Stephane Houdet.

Deuce! We continue...

Break back Brits

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 6-5 Houdet/Peifer*

Brilliant drama in the men's wheelchair doubles final!

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid were serving for the championship, but then they were broken.

But now the Brits have broken back and have a second chance to get it right.

The partisan crowd break into cries of 'oggy oggy oggy oi oi oi'.

This is a huge moment for the reigning champions.


A solemn-looking Venus Williams has arrived in the Wimbledon interview room. Full quotes to follow...

The champion tweets

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Houdet and Peifer level

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 5-5 Houdet/Peifer*

An anxious look creeps over Alfie Hewett's face as he goes to serve at 0-30.

There's a huge communication error between Hewett and his partner Gordon Reid as they both go for the same ball, clash racquets and hand their French opponents three break points.

The Britons save one. They save another. But then comes a double fault and it's all square in the decider.

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid

'Coach Martinez has been good for Muguruza'

Tracy Austin

Two-time Grand Slam champion on BBC One

Conchita Martinez was thoughtful on the court with her variety of shots. She used all the court and knew what shot to use and when.

Garbine has also been consistent at Wimbledon. It's not only shot selection, but she also has been a little bit more relaxed.

Both Conchita and Garbine seem to be having fun together - it's a good partnership.

Team game for Muguruza

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Garbine Muguruza is back in the white-walled, narrow corridor of Centre after threatening - joking, of course - to throw her prize into the sea of people gathered below the balcony.

Now she clasps eyes on her team for the first time, kisses and hugs all round. Where's Conchita Martinez? Ah, here she is!

Martinez, the 1994 champion, creeps up from behind, Muguruza turning around with a shriek of joy. Both women jump into each other with a bear-hug, Martinez shouting "Yes!" and Muguruza responding with "Equipo!"

That means 'Team', according to my GCSE Spanish.

Watch: Men's doubles final


You can watch the men's doubles final between fourth seeds Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo and 16th seeds Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic on BBC One and on our live stream that can be located on this page.

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 5-4 Houdet/Peifer

Here it is, then.

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid are serving for the men's wheelchair doubles title.

The British pair are 5-4 up in the third set on court three.

Fussy fans

Ellie Thomason

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

A huge cheer greeted Garbine Muguruza as she came to show off her trophy, but a few fans weren't quite happy with her choice of poses.

One woman in particular was screaming at the Spaniard to hold the trophy above her head, but she had no success.

"Oh well," she sighed. "I got a couple of good ones."

BBC Sport

Williams 5-7 0-6 Muguruza

Garbine Muguruza's next job? That famous walk out onto the Centre Court balcony. Hundreds of excited fans are gathered, waiting to snap the perfect social media post...

Reid/Hewett 6-7 (5-7) 7-5 4-2 Houdet/Peifer

British duo Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett have raced into a 4-2 lead in the decider of their men's wheelchair doubles final with French top seeds Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer.

They're now two games away from taking the title for a second successive year.

You can watch the drama from court three here.

Poldark is the perfect gentleman!

Anna Thompson

BBC Sport at Wimbledon

The Royal Box have departed for some posh nosh and liquid refreshments before the men's doubles final starts on Centre Court.

And actor Aidan Turner, who plays Ross Poldark in the hit BBC TV series, was the perfect gentleman, allowing the others to leave first before he made his way down the stairs.

Fellow actor James Norton stopped for a chat along the way and the pair were having a good old chinwag. Not that I've been on Poldark-watch or anything!

Hilary Swank and Aidan Turner

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It is a long walk through the Centre Court corridor, Especially when there are tens of people lined up wanting to congratulate you. Not that Garbine Muguruza will mind.

She's been dreaming of this moment for a long time, Probably from when she first saw Venus Williams win at SW19. When the Spaniard was just five years old...