Serena Williams has won her sixth Wimbledon title, beating Garbiñe Muguruza to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish yet again.
The Spaniard fought bravely and gave Williams the runaround right up the end of the ladies singles final, but the American proved too strong in the end, winning in straight sets.
The tennis titan won the title 6-4 6-4, after some hard-fought points at the end of the match.
Williams now holds the grand slam after winning all four major titles, prompting the hashtag #SerenaSlam to be used on Twitter.
The world number one now holds 21 grand slams - needing just one to beat Steffi Graff's record.
Her sister and past Wimbledon winner Venus was in the crowd cheering her sister on, tweeting her congratulations afterwards.
Many tennis fans online cheered Williams but also praised world number 20 Muguruza for her efforts against the champion:
#Muguruza you worked so hard and held on for so long you never gave up and you really made it a tennis match to remember <3 proud of u!— Ekows (@ek0ws) July 11, 2015
Garbine Muguruza is fighter with bright future ahead...You fought a good fight.Well done to the champ Mrs Williams. pic.twitter.com/VM0u8Fqim3— Potso Mogotsi (@Potso198) July 11, 2015
Garbiñe Muguruza you won a million hearts— Sameeran borah (@Sameeranborah) July 11, 2015
The fact that muguruza was able to win a few games in a row and put it back on serve is more impressive than Serena winning again lmao— Arielle Berger (@ArielleABerger) July 11, 2015
Just a reminder that Muguruza played Serena better than Sharapova— Young Black Esquire (@ADtheHero) July 11, 2015
It was fun to dream, well done Serena, and well done Muguruza, I'm sure we shall be seeing a lot more of you, in the future.— Alex Fido (@AlexIsAwesomez) July 11, 2015
This was the 21-year-old's first time in the final compared with Williams' eighth.
But the champ admitted that Muguruza had really pushed her, telling Sue Barker: "There was definitely pressure towards the end.
"Garbine started playing really well and I just had to think to stay out there and work really hard."