Venus Williams and Roger Federer seized the titles at Wimbledon 2007
After watching 2-week-action of tennis from Wimbledon through the television, we witnessed Roger Federer and Venus Williams seized the singles titles for this year's Wimbledon. Roger Federer, the first seeded in the tournament, had been predicted to grab the title long before the tournament began, and he eventually confirmed the prediction to seize the title for the fifth time in a row. This achievement equals the achievement of the Swede, Björn Borg, who took the most honourable title five times in a row in 1976-1980.
Meanwhile, Venus Williams grabbed the ladies' singles title for the fourth time (though not in a row). Venus Williams, only seeded 23th, came from the back door to beat the higher seeds including the second seed Russia's Maria Sharapova in the last eight. Venus is the lowest seed to capture the title ever since the turnover of the millennium.
Congratulation for Roger and Venus. I can't wait for another Wimbledon next year!