Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan wins Wimbledon Women’s Singles Title.

Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan became the first Kazakh player to win a Grand Slam singles championship as she came back from one set down to defeat Ons Jabeur of Tunisia.

This was the first women’s title match since 1962 at Wimbledon between two players who were making their debuts in a major final.

Nearly two hours of big swinging and plenty of sprinting later, she had won the championship at the All England Club with a 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Ons Jabeur.

Rybakina was born in Moscow and has represented Kazakhstan since 2018, when that country offered her funding to support her tennis career.

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Rybakina, 23, used her big serve and powerful forehand to overcome the No. 2-ranked Jabeur's varied style, with its mix of spins and slices, to put a halt to the 27-year-old Tunisian's 12-match winning streak, which came entirely on grass courts.

"You have an amazing game, and I don't think we have someone like this on tour," Rybakina told Jabeur during the postmatch trophy ceremony, then added this one-liner: "I ran today so much, so I don't think I need to do fitness more, honestly."

Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina will take home $2.5m with the trophy, and Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur earned $1.3m.