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After twelve days of qualifying matches, center court will be filled with final matches to determine the championship winners in London.
Multiple finals kick of the weekend Saturday, with Ladies' and Gentleman's Doubles Finals. The Ladies Singles Final, as Serena Williams of the United States took on Garbine Muguruza of Spain, was played under a mostly sunny sky and comfortable, though slightly above normal, temperatures.
More final matches are scheduled for Sunday, including the Mixed Doubles Final and Wheelchair Doubles Finals. One anticipated match of the day takes place in the afternoon for the Men's Singles Final where Serbia's Novak Djokovic takes on Roger Federer of Switzerland.
A low pressure system slowly creeping toward southern England will bring a few showers into London on Sunday. A heavier shower could delay any games on the outside courts. However, Center Court, where the Men's Final will take place, has a retractable roof that can be closed if showers become too heavy for play.
Sunday is also expected to be cooler, with afternoon highs reaching into the lower 20s C (the lower 70s F) under only a few breaks of sunshine.
For those visitors sticking around into the early part of the new week, showers will continue to be in the forecast on Monday and on Tuesday with near to slightly above-average temperatures.
Contributions from Meteorologist Adam Douty
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