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Photos: Women's singles Wimbledon championship

Updated 1858 GMT (0258 HKT) July 7, 2012
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Serena Williams celebrates her win against Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska for her fifth Wimbledon title. Visit CNN.com/tennis for complete coverage. Getty Images
Williams and Radwanska shake hands after the match on Saturday. Getty Images
Williams reacts during a play against Radwanska. She finished the tournament with 102 aces, three times as many as the the next closest woman player, Sabine Lisicki, who had 34. AFP/Getty Images
Radwanska hits a forehand return back to Williams. Getty Images
Williams' mother, Oracene Price, center, finds shelter under an umbrella during a temporary rain delay. Getty Images
Still held on the grass, Wimbledon has always been held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. Getty Images
Radwanska reacts after a good play. AFP/Getty Images
Williams serves during her final match against Radwanska. AFP/Getty Images
Radwanska serves to Williams in the final match in the women's singles. Getty Images
Radwanska, right, the No. 3 seed from Poland, took her place in a showpiece final for the first time in her fledgling career. Her opponent, 30-year-old Williams, also recorded a straight sets win. AFP/Getty Images
Spectators in the royal box on Centre Court wait for the final match to begin on Saturday. Getty Images
Radwanska rests on her chair during a break between games during the match against Williams. Radwanska won on her Grand Slam semifinal debut to become Poland's first major finalist in 75 years. AFP/Getty Images
Williams hits a forehand return. The U.S. player is gunning for a 14th major singles titles. Getty Images
The ground staff installs rain covers, causing a delay in the game. Getty Images
"This is what I dreamed of since I was a kid," Radwanska said. "Everyone wants to reach a Grand Slam final. It is the best two weeks of my career." AFP/Getty Images
Going into Saturday's final, Williams boasted 85 aces in this year's tournament, second only to German quarterfinalist Philipp Kohlschreiber, who has 98 to his name. AFP/Getty Images
Ground staff rush onto the court to install the rain covers. Getty Images
Spectators hide under umbrellas and rain jackets as protection from the rain. See the best WImbledon photos. Getty Images