Serena Williams stormed in to the Wimbledon ladies' singles final in a noisy match on Centre Court as two of tennis's loudest grunters went head-to-head.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion beat arch rival Maria Sharapova in straight sets as her powerful serve proved too much for the Russian.
There is no love lost between the pair, with Sharapova currently dating Grigor Dimitrov, who was previously romantically linked with Williams.
Cheered on by rapper Drake and sister Venus, Williams was beaming after winning match point and shook hands with Sharapova at the net.
Prime Minister David Cameron had earlier joked that spectators at Wimbledon would need their earplugs, with both players famous for their loud grunting on court.
Sharapova's shrieks have reportedly hit 101 decibels in the past, while Williams's cries are said to have measured as high as 89.
After England's heroic women's football team told Mr Cameron they were attending Wimbledon today, he joked: "Take your earplugs, they're quite loud."
Williams, who is aiming to complete the "Serena Slam" by holding all four Grand Slam singles' titles, will play Spanish 20th seed Garbine Muguruza in the final on Saturday.