Magdalena Rybarikova's dream run at Wimbledon 2017 has been brutally crushed by 23-year old Garbine Muguruza as the Slovakian was able to win just two games. That way the Spaniard earned a place in her second Wimbledon final. The other one came in 2015 when she lost to Serena Williams in straight sets. Now, she could possibly meet the older sister as Venus Williams is playing Johanna Konta in the second semi-final duel. The final will take place on Saturday.

The first set

We could see right from the start what this match was going to be like. Magdalena Rybarikova wasn't able to hold her nerves as she was broken in her first service game.

However, it wasn't until Garbine Muguruza took another service game from the Slovakian that we could tell that this match would be nothing but a demonstration of full dominance by the 23-year-old Spaniard. Despite the fact that Muguruza was leading 4-0 in the first set with no intention to stop her brilliant performance, Magdalena Rybarikova didn't want to give up so easily.

She started to play better toward the end of the set and it was then that she was finally able to win her service game. Then the 28-year-old Slovakian threatened Muguruza, but Garbine was able to pull through. Given the fact that Rybarikova started to play better, everyone thought that we could see an interesting second set worthy of the Wimbledon semi-finals.

Muguruza's dominance

Magdalena Rybarikova didn't reach this stage of the tournament by accident. In the second round, she even beat the new world number one Karolina Pliskova. Her dream run also included the wins over Niculescu, Tsurenko, Martic and finally Vanderwege in the quarter-finals. The proof of this incredible run is certainly the fact that on her way to the semi-finals she only lost 2 sets, one from Pliskova in the second, and the other from Petra Martic in the fourth round.

So we had every reason to believe that the second set would bring some excitement to this match.

Unfortunately, today was a whole different story for Magdalena Rybarikova. In the second set, Garbine Muguruza showed no signs of slowing down as she started the set with an early break. And it wasn't long until the another one happened.

Given Muguruza's brilliant performance it comes as no surprise that Magdalene Rybarikova was only able to win just one more game until the end of the match.

Garbine Muguruza is set to hit the courts again on Saturday when she will face either Venus Williams or Johanna Konta in her second Wimbledon final.