Petra Kvitova dominated the entire match en route to her second career Grand Slam title and second career Wimbledon ladies championship title. She defeated 20-year-old Eugenie Bouchard 6-3, 6-0. Bouchard was appearing in her first career Grand Slam final.

Kvitova got to work quickly in the first set, breaking Bouchard on her second service game and breaking her a total of three times in the first set alone. Kvitova's own serve was far superior to Bouchard's. Kvitova had four aces, a higher average first and second serve speed, and 28 winners. More match stats can be found here.

Kvitova won seven straight games to close out the match. The match was finished in less than an hour. Perhaps the fact that Bouchard didn't have to face the powerhouses in her half of the draw - Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams - because they were defeated by other playres before Bouchard got to them. Bouchard also was not on her top game at all, while Kvitova played the best tennis of her career. Here are some highlights

And here is match point:

Kvitova hugs her coach after her win