Serena Williams of the U.S. (L) holds her winners trophy and Venus Williams of the U.S. holds her runners-up trophy after their Ladies' Singles finals match at the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, July 4, 2009. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Serena Williams beat her sister Venus on Saturday to capture her third Ladies' Singles finals title at Wimbledon’s and 11th Grand Slam title.

“It feels so amazing,” Serena said in her on-court interview after the match, holding the Venus Reosewater dish trophy according to She won 7-6(3), 6-2. “I’m so blessed. If feel like shouldn’t be holding the trophy. I can’t believe I’m holding it. It’s named for Venus and she always wins. It hasn’t settled in that I won yet. I'm so excited. Thanks to everyone for their support. I'm honored to be out here. I'm already looking forward to the doubles

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Venus had been searching for her third straight Wimbledon title and sixth title overall.

“Today she was too good,” Venus said. “She had an answer for everything. She played the best Tennis today … I'm still smiling though, I don't think the loss has set in yet! I've had so many great times here. I love what I do and most of all I love playing these finals. I'll see you all again next year, of course.”