7th seeded Angelique Kerber beat top seeded Serena Williams 6-4 3-6 6-4 on Saturday to win her first ever Grand Slam title. Kerber is the first German singles player to win a Grand Slam title since Steffi Graf won the French Open in 1999. Since she lost in the first round in last year's Australian Open, Kerber stands to gain 1990 points from this result and will move up to become the new world number two in women's singles tennis. The big difference was in unforced errors, as Williams hit 46 while Kerber only hit 13. Kerber only won 6 more total points than Williams, winning 91 to the former champ's 85 in a tightly contested match. Serena still has a tight grip on the world number 1 ranking, and is still going strong at age 34.