Round 1 H2H 0-0 Match Time: 35 minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. Aleksandra Lukic (SVK) 6/0 6/0
Round 2 H2H 0-0 Match Time: 42 minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. Maria Kirilenko (RUS) 6/1 6/0
Round 3 H2H 0-0 Match Time: 32 minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. (24) Wei ping Lee (SGP) 6/0 6/0
Round 4 H2H S. Brown leads H2H 1-0
Last Meeting- Indian Wells Quarter-finals
Winner- Sammie Brown Score 1/6 6/3 7/6(4)
Match Time: 52 Minutes
(10) Sammie Brown def. (7) Elena Dementieva 6/2 6/1
Quarter-finals H2H 0-0 Match Time: 37 minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. Shannan Mccarthy (USA) 6/0 6/0
Semi-finals H2H S. Brown leads H2H 1-0
Last Meeting- Auckland Qualifying
Winner- Sammie Brown Score 6/1 6/0
Match Time: 35 minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. Jennifer Russell (USA) 6/0 6/0
Finals H2H S. Brown leads H2H 2-0
Last Meeting- Indian Wells Semifinals
Winner- Sammie Brown Score 6/2 6/3
Match Time: 54 Minutes
(10) Sammie Brown (USA) def. (1) Serena Williams (USA) 6/0 6/3
Post Match Interview-
Reporter- How does it feel to win your first Grand Slam Singles Title at the biggest stage of all at Wimbledon and also win it on your first appearance?
Sammie- Well first I would like to congratulate Serena Williams on another great tournament. It really exciting but it still feels like a dream right now!
Reporter- Well it’s not a dream it’s very real. With this win at Wimbledon you have became the youngest players to win a grand slam at the tender age of 15 breaking the previous recorded held by Martina Hingis. How does that feel?
Sammie: It feels awesome to be mention in the same sentence as Martina Hingis. And also feels good to hold that record.
Reporter- You dominated this tourney only losing 7 games in 7 matches and handing out a lot of 6-0 set to your opponents. You were in some type of zone for every match and had a very stung mindset this fortnight. It seems like Grass suits your game the most is that true?
Sammie- Yes I was very much in a zone and I was focus on just having a good Grand Slam because I was kind of disappointed in the way I played when I lost at the French Open. Yes I believe Grass is my best surface because it allows me to use my strengths of power and angles to move my opponents around.
Reporter: Was it your goal to win this grand slam?
Sammie: I would be lying if I said it was. I mostly just wanted to at least get to the quarter-finals to improve on my season.
Reporter: Well you did so much more than just making the quarter-finals. As you told us before you never pay attention to the rankings you let your coach deal with that. But I would like to tell you that with this win you have moved to number 4 in the world right behind Serena Williams, Agnieszka Radwanska and Venus Williams. How does that feel?
Sammie: Yeah I really never pay attention to the rankings until after a tournament. But I’m ranked number #4 right behind them???
Reporter: Yes you are!
Sammie: I’m loss for words all I can say is WOW!!!
*Reporter and the crowds laughs*
Reporter: Let’s give another round of applause to the 2010 Wimbledon Champion!!
Ranking goes up from 10 to 4.
Next Tournament – Stanford
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