Wimbledon 2013: Day 10

The Ladies Singles Final on Saturday will feature two of the best grass court players in the Women's game, as German dark horse Sabine Lisicki booked a spot in the final with France's Marion Bartoli.

France
France's Marion Bartoli and Belgium's Kirsten Flipkins enter Centre Court to begin Women's Semi-final day
Bartoli comes to net in a dominant first set performance
Bartoli comes to net in a dominant first set performance
Flipkins tried to mix things up, but Bartoli proved too strong
Flipkins tried to mix things up, but Bartoli proved too strong
2006 Champion Amelie Mauresmo watches her French compatriot Bartoli in action
2006 Champion Amelie Mauresmo watches her French compatriot Bartoli in action
Bartoli came through in straight sets, making her second Wimbledon final
Bartoli came through in straight sets, making her second Wimbledon final
Britain
Britain's hope Andy Murray trained with iconic coach Ivan Lendl ahead of his semi-final match on Friday
Germany
Germany's Sabine Lisicki took on Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska in the second semi-final, and powered to a 6-4 first set win
But the Pole continued to fight with her trademark groundstrokes
But the Pole continued to fight with her trademark groundstrokes
As the final set bore on, Lisicki
As the final set bore on, Lisicki's swift movement proved costly for Radwanska
Fourth seeded Radwanska fought back to ensure the match goes to a decider
Fourth seeded Radwanska fought back to ensure the match goes to a decider
Eventually, it was Lisicki who came through, 9-7 in the last, booking a final date with Marion Bartoli
Eventually, it was Lisicki who came through, 9-7 in the last, booking a final date with Marion Bartoli

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