- Serena Williams has ended her title dry spell by defeating fellow American Jessica Pegula 6-3, 6-4
- The tennis star won her first title in three years and it's also her first title since becoming a mother
- Serena donated her winnings to aid the Australian bushfires
Serena Williams bagged her first WTA (Women's Tennis Association) title in three years and her first title since becoming a mother.
She kicked dust in the eyes of fellow US tennis star, Jessica Pegula, at the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand.
Her win of 6-3, 6-4 officially ended her title dry spell and Serena is over the moon, as are her fans.
According to Yahoo! News, Serena ended the match in one hour and 35 minutes and showed that she was ready to take on the Australian Open.
Serena showed the fortitude that she has become famous for and achieved a win that she has been waiting for.
"I've been waiting two years for this moment. It feels good. It's been a long time. You can see the relief on my face."
Briefly.co.za gathered that Serena announced that she would be donating her winnings of $43 000 to help give aid to the fight against the Australian bushfires.
Meanwhile, her fans have taken to social media to show how happy and proud they are of their favourite tennis player.
Even Donald Trump had to congratulate Serena on her awesome win.
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