Marketa Vondrousova defeated Ons Jabeur on Saturday in the Wimbledon women’s final to win her first Grand Slam title.
Vondrousova won in straight sets, becoming the lowest-ranked and first unseen woman in win wimbledon with a 6-4, 6-4 victory.
Vondrousova was the first unseeded woman to play in a Wimbledon final during the Open Era.
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«I don’t even know what’s going on right now. It’s an amazing feeling,» Vondrousova said after the match.
Vondrousova was unable to compete at Wimbledon last year after she underwent wrist surgery, so she turned up as a fan to cheer on a friend.
«After everything I’ve been through, I had a cast last year this time, it’s amazing that I can be here and hold this,» Vondrousova said. «Tennis is crazy.»
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Vondrousova, a 24-year-old left-hander from Czech Republiche was trailing in both sets before facing Jabeur.
In the first set, Vondrousova won by winning the last four games before taking the last three games in the second set.
Jabeur was looking for her first grand slam title and called the loss the «most painful loss» of his career.
«Today is going to be a difficult day for me, but I’m not going to give up,» Jabeur said on the pitch after the game. «I will come back stronger.
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The loss left Jabeur 0-3 in major finals.
«I want to thank my team for always believing in me, and one day we will make it,» Jabeur added. «I promise you.»
Jabeur lost against Elena Rybakina in the 2022 Wimbledon final.
Associated Press contributed to this report.