Serena Williams making her dramatic come back at 2018 All England Club progressed to the final for the tenth time on Thursday after defeating, world No 13, Julia Gorges 6-2,6-4 on centre court.
The win makes Serena the third oldest player in the history of women’s tennis to reach a Grand Slam final at the tournament.
Serena’s Wimbledon appearance was her fourth tournament since returning to the court after giving birth to her daughter in September.
The 36-year old looking forward to grabbing her eight Wimbledon singles title at the All England Club is expected to be cheered by her Royal pal, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle who according to reports promised to be present if she emerges victorious at the tennis tournament.
Meghan’s much-anticipated Wimbledon debut comes after an outing to the annual Audi Polo Challenge with the American last weekend.
Serena is widely expected to make history with a first Grand Slam title since the birth of her daughter, Olympia.
Serena will next face German’s 11th seeded Angelique Kerber in the finals.
Meanwhile, Angelique Kerber reached her second Wimbledon final after her 6-3, 6-3 victory over Jelena Ostapenko on Thursday.