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Vondrousova Achieves Stunning Victory Over Jabeur, Crowned Wimbledon Champion



Marketa Vondrousova Makes History at Wimbledon

Marketa Vondrousova accomplished a stunning feat at Wimbledon, becoming the first unseeded woman to win the tournament in the Open era. On Saturday, she claimed a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur in a final that took the tennis world by surprise.

“Vondrousova joins Jana Novotna and Petra Kvitova as the only Czech women to win a Wimbledon title.”

Entering the final as the first unseeded woman in 60 years, Vondrousova faced an uphill battle against the sixth-ranked Jabeur. However, she defied expectations and secured her first Grand Slam title, making up for her loss in the 2019 French Open final to Ash Barty.

“She is just the ninth unseeded champion at a Grand Slam tournament.”

Alongside legends Jana Novotna and Petra Kvitova, Vondrousova proudly adds her name to the list of Czech women who have claimed the Wimbledon title. This achievement solidifies her place in the history books.

  1. Remarkable Comeback:
  2. Vondrousova’s victory marks an extraordinary comeback after a series of injuries threatened her promising career. Just a year ago, she watched from the sidelines as her friend Miriam Kolodziejova attempted to qualify for the main draw at Wimbledon. Vondrousova had undergone wrist surgery and was forced to stay away from the tour for six months. Despite this setback, she fought her way back to the top and proved her resilience on the prestigious grounds of Wimbledon.

  3. Unseeded & Underrated:
  4. Vondrousova’s journey to the finals was filled with surprises. Ranked as the second-lowest player to reach the Wimbledon final, only surpassed by Serena Williams’ ranking of 181 in 2018, Vondrousova managed to exceed all expectations. It was so unexpected that she even left her husband, Stepan Simek, at home to take care of their beloved cat, Frankie, throughout the tournament, until a pet sitter was arranged for the final.

Vondrousova’s triumph at Wimbledon is not just a victory on the court, it is a triumph of determination and resilience. She overcame injuries, defied expectations, and made history in the process.

AFP


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