Wimbledon women's semifinals Updated 1926 GMT (0326 HKT) July 9, 2015 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Can anyone stop Serena Williams at Wimbledon? Maria Sharapova tried but was again unsuccessful. Hide Caption 1 of 10 Photos: Sharapova hadn't beaten Williams since 2004. And the drought continues following her 6-2 6-4 defeat on Center Court. Hide Caption 2 of 10 Photos: Sharapova made the worst possible start, dropping serve in the first game from 30-0. It was soon 4-1 and there was no coming back. Hide Caption 3 of 10 Photos: It's 17 straight victories for Williams over Sharapova. Sharapova's victory over Williams in the 2004 final remains the only time, too, she has defeated Williams at the All England Club. Hide Caption 4 of 10 Photos: Williams is now one win away from completing the "Serena Slam" for the second time. It would be her 21st major overall. Hide Caption 5 of 10 Photos: Standing in her way will be first-time grand slam finalist Garbine Muguruza of Spain. The 21-year-old beat 2012 finalist Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2 3-6 6-3. Hide Caption 6 of 10 Photos: Radwanska trailed 3-1 in the second before rallying. And she actually led by a break in the third, 1-0. But the Pole couldn't keep up the momentum. Hide Caption 7 of 10 Photos: After hitting a winner on match point, Muguruza crumpled to the famous grass. She's the first Spanish woman to play in a grand slam final in 15 years. Hide Caption 8 of 10 Photos: Only one other Spanish woman has ever won Wimbledon, Conchita Martinez in 1994. Martinez is Muguruza's Fed Cup captain. Hide Caption 9 of 10 Photos: For the second straight day, David Beckham was at the All England Club. Hide Caption 10 of 10Serena Williams crushed Maria Sharapova to reach the Wimbledon final, where she will play Garbine Muguruza. More from Sport - TennisSerena Williams' return sparks seeding debate about pregnancyJohn McEnroe is paid 10 times what Martina Navratilova gets for doing Wimbledon broadcastsRoger Federer loses to Juan Martin del Potro in Indian Wells finalRafael Nadal 'living with pain and painkillers since 2005'Roger Federer: Will Swiss star play French Open?