No. 1 seed Serena Williams turned in her second rout of the tournament in Day 4, utterly dominating former top five player Anna Chakvetadze 6-0, 6-1.
Serena may have been angry about the scheduling committee relegating her to Court 2 on a day when The Queen visited Centre Court, and if so she certainly took those frustrations out on Chakvetadze. Serena won the first eleven games of the match before one finally went in the Chakvetadze column.
Chakvetadze didn’t play poorly in the slightest, showing many flashes of the craftiness that got her into the sport’s upper echelon. She even had four break point opportunities against the dominant Williams serve, but wasn’t able to convert a single one.