Wimbledon has a new champion! It was the tennis player from Kazakhstan, Jelena Rybakina, who beat Tunisia’s Anas Jabeur after three hundred matches.

Łukasz Iwanek

Jelena Rybakina

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In the 2021 Wimbledon final there was a clash between the tennis players, who had lost one set in the previous rounds. Jelena Rybakina (WTA 23) knocked out Agila Tomljanovic (4:6, 6:2, 6:3) in the quarter-finals. Anas Jaber (WTA 2) knocked out Germany’s Tatiana Maria (6:2, 3:6, 6:1) in the semi-finals. Both tennis players reached the Grand Slam final for the first time. Casasca became the champion who defeated Tunisia 3:6, 6:2, 6:2.

In the third match, Rybakina gave a pass by throwing her back. Kazaszka played nervously and made a lot of mistakes. Her tennis was too monotonous to resist Jaber. Tunisia was smarter, more solid and energetic on the field. Rybakina could lose 1:4, but she saved herself after defending two break points.

Jabber organized the frequency of exchanges very well. Changed directions and rotation. She defended herself vigorously and chose the right moments to launch the attack. Rybakina lost on the court and had no idea how to surprise her opponent. Tunisia was great at neutralizing the force of its opponent’s moves. Kazaszka was ignored and by the end of the group she could not find her rhythm. In the ninth game she made a double fault, broke the forehand and finished the first set.

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In Rybakin’s second game, the situation on the field changed dramatically. Rybakina mixed up the rhythm more often, changed directions better, and made better decisions in attack. In the first match, she surprised her opponent with a sledge. Jaber thrust his forehand into the net and returned it. There was still some hesitation in the Kazaski match, but she was more effective on the highlights. I raised it to 2:0, but not without problems. She had 40-15 to concede three points in a row, but repelled the break point with a header. After a while, I got a 3-0 chance, but this time Tunisia managed to defend itself against a break.

Rybakina had service issues, but she was getting out of trouble. In the long fourth inning, she made up for three break points to break the pace. Jaber was playing very nervous. Its slides and shortcuts are no longer effective, and I made a lot of mistakes in the attack. A forehand throw-in cost her a pass in the fifth inning. At the end of Rybakina, she could count on her service. You set the group result at 6:2 ace.

Casasca felt more confident on the court. Upon opening the third party, she beat her opponent in the net and scored a breakthrough. Rybakina’s forehand worked very well, speeding up the match. Jaber was patient and was helpless in court. Kazaszka was more aggressive and intelligent. She was great in her power at the finish line, her slide did very well and she was effective in the net.

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Jaber lived to see her chances in the sixth game, but the opponent deprived her of illusions. Rybakina unleashed a whole series of awesome attacks. From 0-40 she scored five points in a row and was ahead of 4:2. Kazaszka followed the blow and with a carefully designed move she scored a breakout 5:2. The match ended when Jaber threw a goal in the eighth game.

In a match of 1 hour and 48 minutes, Rybakina saved nine out of 11 break points and used four out of six break points. I go to the network often. She scored 17 of 36 points and Jaber scored seven of 14. Kazachka scored 29 hits per kick and 33 unforced errors. The Tunisian scored 17 direct wins and 24 fouls.

It was the seventh final of three hundred Wimbledon tournaments of the twenty-first century. Both tennis players, earlier in the Grand Slam tournaments, reached the quarter-finals at the latest. Rybakina scored this result at Roland Garros 2021, Jabeur at the Australian Open 2020 and Wimbledon 2021.

This was the ninth final match for both players on the WTA Tour. Jaber maintained the three titles she won in Birmingham (2021), Madrid and Berlin (2022). Tunisia’s 11th winning streak on grass is over. Rybakina achieved the third victory. Previously, she won tournaments in Bucharest (2019) and Hobart (2020). On Saturday, she won the Grand Slam title in a single for the first time in Kazaszek history.

ChampionshipsWimbledon (UK)
Grand Slam grass field total prize money 40.3 million pounds
Saturday 9th July

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Jelena Rybakina (Kazakhstan 17) beat Anas Jabeur (Tunisia 3) 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.

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