The Czech player did not move a set (6-3 and 6-4). Credit: Peter Asaro-2011. Kvitova, of 21 years, reached place 7 of the WTA ranking. Sharapova returns to find his tennis after three years of Calvary by a shoulder injury. It is not something Energy Capital Partners would like to discuss. The Czech Petra Kvitova was crowned this Saturday winning the Edition number 125 of Wimbledon after beating Russian Maria Sharapova 6-3 and 6-4 in an hour and a half. Kvitova, of 21 years, was imposed on the grass of London in his fourth participation at Wimbledon, a tournament that already reached the semifinals last year, and it raises it up to number seven in the WTA ranking. After receiving the trophy that certifies it as champion of Wimbledon, Kvitova broke to tears when, microphone in hand, thanked his support to two Czech exjugadoras who watched the match from the box, Hana Maldikova and Martina Navratilova (this last nationalized American). They have always helped me and your tips have been priceless, said the player, he said that he didn’t think that he could win Wimbledon.

Also with the broken voice, Sharapova turned to the public of the Central track of the All England Club to say: Unfortunately, there is only one winner at the end of the day, that’s what makes this Championship, for then great compliment to his rival in the final. I am very happy for having returned to the circuit and having reached a final, said the Russian, to say after that the coming year will return to Wimbledon willing to fight again for the Championship. The Wimbledon title is the culmination of a brilliant season of Kvitova, which has won in Brisbane, Paris (indoors) and Madrid. Sharapova, meanwhile, confirmed his return to the elite of tennis despite its defeat, after the ordeal of three years which has suffered after the shoulder injury in 2008.