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Wimbledon: Elena Rybakina, a Muscovite, beats Jabur to win the restricted tournament for Russians

Tennis player, Kazakh nationalized four years ago, 3-6, 6-3 and 6-2. won

Rybakina, with the champion tray.Sebastian BozonAFP

Banned Russians and Russians, Belarusians and Belarusians, Wimbledon was won by a Moscow-born player. Elena RybakinaKazakh nationalized four years ago, reverses final ons jabeuri and scored his first big score at the All England Club in an hour and 47 minutes with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 win. The London tournament, in a controversial move, decided to ban any rackets from those countries from participating as punishment for the invasion of Ukraine by Putin’s troops. The ATP and WTA responded by depriving the tournament of points in their respective rankings.

Contrary to destiny, it was a tennis player born and raised in Russia who left her mark on the temple of tennis. After a hesitant start, Rybakina, seeded 17, 23 in the rankings, secured her third career title at age 23, with not much travel; tall, his most important award.

Disappointment for Jabeur, who appeared as the clear favorite for the title, with a catchy speech both on and off the track. She was the most stable, number two, in the world, the only one from Vanguard that managed to break into the top eight.

early veins

Rybakina appeared in the finals, serving as the main foundation. He arrived with 49 aces and won 77% of the points by first impact. Few trusted him after his previous wise results on the grass. There was no looking back, he set a stellar service record. Championing in Bucharest, in 2019, and in Hobart, in 2020, two minor tournaments on clay, she had never progressed past a quarter-final. major, I got this at Roland Garros in 2021.

Wimbledon had already been decapitalized in the second week, with Ons Jabur as the sole defender of the established order. The Tunisian were the first to hit the final and even enjoyed two tickets to a 4–1 avoid and serve. Although they were the two debutants in the Grand Slam finals, it was the Kazakh who initially suffered the worst with inexperience, accumulating a lot of errors. It had nothing to do with the player coming up and down Simona Halepy at Roland Garros.

It was in the second set, due to the reaction of his opponent, when Jaboor tried to draw his mind. He tried to trap her with dropshots, with little luck, but the Kazakh was woken up and was taking advantage of his opponent’s weak second serve. What happened in the beginning was later repeated in the opposite direction.

Rybakina achieved success, also with the serve, and captured the final. Jabeur did not take advantage of his last chance to make a comeback, with three for three in the third quarter. Muscovites, who, as players, prefer Bublik, kukushkin either Putintsevatook shelter from Bulat UtemuratovA Kazakh tycoon who presides over his country’s tennis federation, from his impeccable height of 1.84m, he insisted on his straight game to fly higher than ever and break boundaries.


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