Wimbledon result – July 9, 2022: Elena Rybakina crowned champion

End clap for women’s tennis at Wimbledon. The Dame final took place this afternoon and pitted the Tunisian Ons Jabeur against the Kazakh Elena Rybakina. On the men’s side, while waiting for the apotheosis tomorrow, the doubles final takes place. Here are the results of today’s matches at Wimbledon.

Elena Rybakina crowned winner at Wimbledon

Never has a Kazakh crossed the threshold of a final at a major tennis competition. But this time, Elena Rybakina has set the bar very high by winning the Wimbledon tournament. She becomes the first tennis player from Kazakhstan to be crowned at a Grand Slam tournament. For the occasion, she defeated the Tunisian Ons Jabeur in 3 sets.

And yet, the match could have taken another turn, especially since the start was to the advantage of the world number 2 Ons Jabeur. During the first set, nothing really worked for the Kazakh. She multiplied the faults and failures. Which earned him the loss of this first round.

But, the 23rd player in the world recovers well in the second set. She succeeds from the start to take the first two games and has 2 breaks in advance. Under pressure, Ons Jabeur got bogged down in mistakes and ended up losing to the talent of the 23-year-old Kazakh.

At one set everywhere, the match was restarted and we are heading straight for the 3rd set. Elena Rybakina physically to the point that her opponent quickly takes over and ends up winning in this final round of the match in 3 sets (3-6, 6-2, 6-2).

Wimbledon 2022: The other results of the day (July 9, 2022)

ATP Double

Ebden M / Purcell M. (3-2) Mektić N. / Pavić M.

Follow tomorrow the result of the men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.

Reminder of yesterday’s main results at Wimbledon (July 8, 2022)

ATP Singles Men

• Djokovic N. (3-1) Norrie C.


• Krejcikova B. / Siniakova K. (2-0) Kichenok L. / Ostapenko J.
• Mertens E. / Zhang S. (2-1) Collins D. / Krawczyk D.



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