Last year at Wimbledon after exiting to Alize Cornet, Serena Williams declared: “I know I can do better.”

On Saturday at the All England Club came the exclamation point to her turnaround.

Williams defeated promising Spaniard Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-4 in southwest London to complete the “Serena Slam” — winning four straight majors — for the second time in her career and is now well on the way to making more history at the season’s final grand slam.

“I can’t believe I’m standing here with another Serena Slam,” Williams, emulating her feat of 2002-2003, told the crowd.

Indeed if the American triumphs in September at the U.S. Open — and the odds are stacked in her favor given the 33-year-old is the three-time defending champion — she would become the first player since Steffi Graf in 1988 to achieve the calendar-year grand slam.

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