Wimbledon womens final foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET Familiar scene Saturday was the fourth time that Venus (top) and Serena Williams contended for a Wimbledon title. Famous faces Martina Navratilova and Sir Richard Branson were in attendance for Saturday's women's final, in a Royal Box full of celebrities. Funny man Comedian Ben Stiller and wife Christine Taylor showed up for Saturday's women's final between Venus and Serena Williams. Big picture Serena Williams serves during her match against Venus Williams. On serve Venus Williams' serve was dominant in the first set, preventing Serena from having any break opportunities. Follow through Serena Williams plays a backhand during her match against sister Venus Williams. Bend, don't break Serena gave Venus two break points in the first set, but she saved both and forced a tiebreaker. Stepping up Serena took charge in the tiebreak, capturing a mini-break early and rolling to a 7-3 win. Return to sender Serena Williams plays a backhand during her match against Venus Williams. Looking up Venus Williams serves against Serena Williams. Coming unraveled It started to fall apart for Venus in the second set. Her serve was broken early on and she never recovered. No hard feelings Venus and Serena went right back to being friends after the match. They had to -- they were slated to play a women's doubles match together a couple hours later. Done deal Serena Williams celebrates her 7-6, 6-2 victory over Venus Williams. Sisterly love Serena Williams is congratulated by sister Venus Williams after a 7-6, 6-2 victory. Serena's day A victorious Serena Williams, left, stands alongside sister Venus Williams after winning 7-6, 6-2. Bright and shiny Serena Williams celebrates with the championship trophy after beating sister Venus Williams 7-6, 6-2.