Marion Bartoli breezes into Wimbledon final

Marion Bartolie breezed into the Wimbledon final, surrendering just three games to Kirsten Flipkens. (Getty Images)
Marion Bartoli breezed into the Wimbledon final, surrendering just three games to Kirsten Flipkens on Thursday. (Getty Images)

Marion Bartoli earned her spot in Saturday's Wimbledon final -- and it she made it look pretty easy.

Bartoli, the 15th seed, crushed 20th-seeded Kirsten Flipkens 6-1, 6-2 on Thursday and awaited the winner of Sabine Lisicki and Agnieszka Radwanska.

"I played so well today. I was feeling so great," Bartoli told The Guardian after the match. "Obviously, Kirsten had an amazing run, I think she was a bit injured today, but she deserves credit and a lot of respect."

Flipkens hardly presented a challenge, and the injury mentioned by Bartoli is in reference to a medical timeout that Flipkens took late in the match.

By then, though, the match was well in doubt, with Bartoli leading 6-1, 3-0 at the time of Flipkens' break.

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