Tennis: Petra Kvitova has won her second Wimbledon title by beating Eugenie Bouchard in straight sets 6-3, 6-0 in the final of the 2014 Wimbledon Championships. The Czech has won second Wimbledon title in 4 years, as she had won the title in 2011 after beating Maria Sharapova in straight sets too.
The 6th seed broke the 20-year-old Canadian in the 3rd game of the first set and raced to a 3-1 lead. She had more break points in the 5th game but Bouchard saved them to hold her serve. Bouchard was broken once in the 7th game as Kvitova served for the set at 5-2 but she was broken as Bouchard served to stay in the set at 3-5.
The Czech broke Bouchard's serve for the third time in the set and took the first set 6-3 in 23 minutes. Kvitova served 3 double faults in the first set whereas Bouchard served 2. There were 2 aces, 17 winners and 99 unforced errors by Kvitova and 1 ace, 5 winners and 3 unforced errors from Bouchard in the first set.
In the second set Kvitova started strong on her serve and broke Bouchard in the second game. She broke the Canadian two more times and completely outplayed her to take the second 6-0 and reclaimed the Venus Rosewater Dish by winning the title. The match lasted for only 55 minutes, which makes it the shortest Wimbledon final in 31 years.