With her easy power game in sync, Williams looked serene as she cruised to victory to set up a clash with Italy's Camila Giorgi, the fifth unseeded player she will have faced in a dream draw on her Wimbledon return.
There are moments in which nothing at all seems different about Serena Williams, moments such as when she unleashed a 109 miles per hour service victor to even her Wimbledon quarterfinal at a set apiece, leaned forward and yelled, loudly as can be, "Cooome ooon!"
Angelique Kerber, the highest remaining seeded player in the women's draw at No. 11, finally converted on her seventh match point to advance to the Wimbledon semifinals.
In her last five appearances at Wimbledon, Julia Goerges might as well have been playing on quicksand - albeit topped with lush manicured blades of grass - as she failed to win a singles match at the championships.
Germany's Angelique Kerber, the highest women's seed remaining (11th), ousted Daria Kasatkina of Russian Federation in straight sets to advance to Thursday's other semifinal, in which she'll face Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko, who topped Dominika Cibulkova in straight sets.
Ostapenko, the 12th seed, overpowered Slovak Dominika Cibulkova 7-5 6-4 to reach Wimbledon's final four for the first time, and without dropping a set.
Giorgi was excellent off both wings in the opener and won her first set in four meetings with Williams as a brilliant backhand gave her two set points and an errant forehand followed from the American.
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And as players started to collect millions in salaries from their clubs, commitment to the national team was called into question. There was another against Sweden , with Maguire heading in a driven corner from Ashley Young in the 30th minute.
Ostapenko is within sight of a second grand slam crown in 13 months after surging into the Wimbledon semifinals for the first time. "I think it's a great week".
Kerber takes on Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko in the other semifinal. Be a good friend and let her win'.
"It was a very tough match but I was just trying to enjoy it".
Kiki Bertens ensured a record exodus of seeds at Wimbledon on Monday when she added Czech Karolina Pliskova to the list of big names to perish before the quarter-finals.
The 21-year-old is the only female player yet to drop a set in this year's tournament.
Kerber, the 2016 Australian and US Open champion, said: "I mean, the pressure is not always on my side".
"Just before the tournament began on Saturday, little Olympia took to her Instagram to share that she was "#Wimbledon ready", to root for her tennis champ mom.