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It is time for yet another recap of The Week in Sport, with this week’s highlights including Roger Federer winning a record eighth Wimbledon title and Lewis Hamilton clinched a fifth win at the British Grand Prix.
Roger Federer wrapped up a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon men’s title, as the Swiss man proved too strong for Marin Cilic in the final to clinch his 19th grand slam.
Garbine Muguruza made up for losing in the Wimbledon final two years ago, as the 14th seed crushed five-time winner Venus Williams in the final to claim her first Wimbledon title.
Roger Federer moved to within one win away from a history-making eighth title on day 11 at Wimbledon, as the Swiss man brushed aside Thomas Berdych to reach his 11th Wimbledon final.
37-year-old Venus Williams powered through to a ninth Wimbledon final on day ten at SW19, as the tenth seed ended Johanna Konta‘s run to edge closer towards an eighth grand slam title.
Sam Querrey stunned defending champion Andy Murray on day nine at Wimbledon, as the American twice came from behind to reach his first grand slam semi-final.
Johanna Konta became the first British woman to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals since 1978 on day eight at SW19, as the sixth seed edged past Romania’s Simona Halep.
Brock Lesnar may have got the better of Samoa Joe, but it was a thrilling Ironman match that stole the show in Dallas, Texas as the inaugural Great Balls of Fire lived up to expectations.
Rafael Nadal‘s hopes of a first Wimbledon title since 2010 came to an end on day seven at SW19, as Luxembourg’s Gilles Muller stunned the second seed in a near five-hour classic.