Sixth seed produces incredible performance to secure second title at SW19.
Petra Kvitova has won her second Grand Slam singles title by trouncing Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard in the 2014 Wimbledon final.
Sixth seed Kvitova, who was also champion in the London Major in 2011, took just 55 minutes to dispatch 20-year-old Bouchard 6-3 6-0.
Bouchard held serve in the match’s opening game, but she was broken in game three and then again in game seven.
Kvitova failed to serve out for the set, but she quickly made up for it by securing a third break of serve in the following game, converting her third set point.
Bouchard had won 27 of 62 points in the first set. She claimed just 10 of 36 in the second, which lasted only 23 minutes.
The Canadian, seeded 13, did not play particularly badly though, she was just thoroughly outclassed by a left-handed Czech in top form.
Bouchard made eight winners and four unforced errors, while Kvitova produced 28 winners and 12 unforced errors.
Check out Kvitova’s reaction to winning championship point below.
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