Unseeded Vondrousova Stuns Jabeur to Win Wimbledon


Unseeded Vondrousova Stuns Jabeur to Win Wimbledon

Unseeded Marketa Vondrousova stunned Ons Jabeur 6-4, 6-4 to win the Wimbledon women’s singles title on Saturday, becoming the first unseeded player to win the title since 1977.

The 24-year-old Czech, who was ranked 87th in the world, was the underdog going into the match, but she played a brilliant match, breaking Jabeur’s serve four times.

Jabeur, the world No. 2, was bidding to become the first Arab woman to win a Grand Slam singles title, but she was unable to find her best form on the day.

Vondrausova’s victory is a major upset, but it is also a testament to her talent and determination. She is a rising star in the women’s game, and she will be one to watch in the years to come.

This is the first Grand Slam title for Vondrousova, who previously reached the final of the 2019 French Open. She is the first Czech woman to win Wimbledon since Petra Kvitova in 2014.

The victory is also a major boost for women’s tennis in the Czech Republic, which has not had a Grand Slam singles champion since Kvitova.

Vondrausova’s victory is a historic moment for Wimbledon and for women’s tennis. It is a reminder that anything is possible in the sport, and that even the most unlikely of underdogs can achieve their dreams.

Wimbledon final today: Marketa Vondrousova beats Ons Jabeur in ladies' final after Alcaraz sets up Djokovic clash | The Independent

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