Serena Williams hails 'dream' win in WTA Championship Final

Serena delighted to 'achieve her dream'
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Serena Williams admits that playing with freedom is helping her win consistently after she beats Maria Sharapova to win her third WTA Tour Championships.

Serena Williams has described winning her third WTA Tour Championships as 'achieving a dream'.

Williams crushed Maria Sharapova in straight sets to claim the season-ending title in dominant fashion, capping off a strong comeback year.

The American admitted that she was surprised to find a passionate crowd in Istanbul and was delighted with the support.

"It feels great to have achieved my dream," Williams said.

"The Turkish crowd were fantastic. I have never seen so many signs with my name on them before.

"To come back after being in the hospital, I feel so happy whether I win or lose, its awesome."

The 31-year-old has enjoyed a remarkable return to form in 2012, winning at Wimbledon and the US Open plus earning an Olympic Gold medal.

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