Wimbledon 2013: Marion Bartoli keen to add to first major

Marion Bartoli (centre)

Marion Bartoli has targeted winning more Grand Slams after her victory in the Wimbledon women's final.

The Frenchwoman, 28, beat Sabine Lisicki 6-1 6-4 on Saturday to claim her first major.

"I am ready for the challenge," said Bartoli. "One is pretty good for me. Even if I don't get another one, I will still be very proud of it.

"But I'm going to try my hardest to get more. Now that I have one, I definitely believe I can get more of them."

Bartoli, who had struggled for form coming into Wimbledon, was seeded 15th for the tournament and did not lose a set on her way to the title.

Her next shot at winning a Grand Slam will be the US Open, which runs between 26 August and 9 September.

"It will take me some few days to realise that I am the Wimbledon champion," said Bartoli, who is unconventionally two-handed on both sides.

"Actually when I will come to realise it, I will maybe think about the US Open and getting a shot at winning over there."

Bartoli will pick up £1.6m for winning Wimbledon but said she had not considered what to do with her winnings.

"I don't know what I'll do with the money. A lot of it will go to taxes, but that's fine," she added.

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