By Elisa Sanchez, EnStarz | Jul 07, 2012 10:28 AM EDT
ABC will reair the Ladies' finals at 3 p.m.
Wimbledon 2012 Men's Finals: Federer vs Murray Live Streaming Now on ESPN.com
Update (11:35 am): Serena Williams Wins! Wimbledon 2012 title goes to the American after defeating Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska 6-1,5-7, 6-2.
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Update (11:31 am): Serena Williams one game away from earning her fifth Wimbledon Championship. 5-2 final set. LIVE STREAMING ON ESPN
Update (11:26 am): Williams 4-2 Radwanska
Update (11:22 am): Williams puts Radwanska under pressure. Breaks her service and leads 3-2 on third set.
Update (11:18): Williams hits 4 aces and ties Radwanska 2-2. The audience goes crazy.
Update (11:15 am): Radwanska 2-1 Williams on third set. Live Stream Link Below.
Update (11:10 am): Radwanska 1-1 Williams on third set.
Update (10:59 am): Radwanska wins second set 7-5 turning the final around after Serena Williams defeated her 6-1 on the first set. WATCH LIVE STREAM ON ESPN
The Wimbledon 2012 ladies finals between Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska are being broadcast on ESPN and live streaming on ESPN.com again after a rain delay that stalled the match Saturday.
Williams won 6-1 on the first set of the final and was leading the second set 2-1. Watch the Ladie's Finals on ESPN.COM
"The Championship is Serena’s to win or lose. She controls every point with her power, be it her serve or her return. It will be interesting to see Radwanska’s game plan. She can’t try to overpower Serena. She will have to mix it up and get Serena off her rhythm," ESPN's Chris Evert commented in a statement.
"Since Serena has been back, look at her results in Majors. She was understandably rusty here last year, got tight in the US Open final, and had bad losses in Australia and Paris. But it’s a different Serena we see now. We haven’t seen Serena play as well as she has these last two matches since before she hurt her foot. She has great power and movement and the confidence she needs to go with that.”
This would be Williams 14th Major title and her 5th title at Wimbledon but her first since Wimbledon two years ago. Since then, she has underwent a series of health issues that have derailed her career.
Radwanska, from Poland, is playing her first Major final but if she wins, she will become the No. 1 player in the world. She is the first Pole to play in a Wimbledon final since 1937.
A repetition of today's final will be broadcast on ABC at 3 p.m.
The men's finals between Roger Federer and Andy Murray are Sunday at 9p.m. on the same network.
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