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Serena Williams stuns in red as she celebrates her victory with other Wimbledon champs

Serena gained a historic 22nd grand slam title on Saturday,9th July 2016 by defeating Angelique Kerber 7-5 6-3 in the final.

24 hours later it was time for the celebrations, with the US superstar hitting the town in London.

Serena Williams glammed up in a floor-length red gown earlier in the evening for The Wimbledon Champions Dinner held at Guildhall, Serena made a quick change into an outfit much more suitable for dancing the night away in.

The tennis ace joined her pal Lewis Hamilton, 31, at what turned into a joint victory party following his triumphant turn at Silverstone earlier in the day. 

She showed off her incredible figure in a halter-neck playsuit with a plunging neckline and culotte bottoms, teamed with white sandals.

Brit sportswoman Heather meanwhile turned heads in her summery lilac mini dress with a pretty pink petticoat.

The tennis star added black strappy heels and a final pop of colour with a bold red lip colour.

Heather Watson, Mixed Doubles winner looked sensational in a tiny mini dress.

Earlier in the day Heather won the mixed doubles title with Henri Kontinen, becoming the fifth British player to secure a title in a triumphant day for Brit sport which also saw Andy Murray win the Singles title.

Scot Gordon Reid won the Wimbledon men's wheelchair singles and in the doubles with Alfie Hewett, and Jordanne Whiley tasted victory in the final of the ladies' wheelchair doubles.

The players all celebrated with the traditional champion's dinner on Sunday, with Heather choosing a beaded and sequined black gown which had a racy thigh-split for her big night. 

Serena, 34, looked incredible in a floor-length red gown which had an embellished top section with a sexy cut-out detail.

Congratulation to all the winners!!! More Grease to your elbow!!!




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