Angelique Kerber wins first Wimbledon Title after defeating Serena Williams

Angelique Kerber is the Women's champion at Wimbledon this year, but Serena Williams won more than she could ever lose. After giving birth to her daughter , Olympia, on September 1, Williams dealt with health complications that included blood clots and led to what she said were multiple operations.

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