Marketa Vondrousova is the first unseeded woman to conquer Wimbledon, overpowering previous runner-up Ons Jabeur 6-4, 6-4.
The 42-ranked Czech Republican is also the first unseeded woman to qualify for SW19 final after 60 years.
After her humiliating loss in the 2019 French Open Final in 2019, Marketa has claimed her first Grand Slam.
Coming from behind in the first two sets, triumphant Vondrousova pocketed the final four games of the first set and the last three games of the second.
Jabeur who’s eying to become the first Arab to win a Grand Slam and the first woman hailing from Africa to clinch one of the coveted majors became runner-up for the second consecutive time.
In 2022, Elena Rubakina overpowered the Tunisian at the Championships.
It’s hearty to see Vondrousova clinch her maiden title, especially after the newly-crowned champion missed the previous year’s event because of a wrist injury.
On July 16, Carlos Alcaraz is going up against Novak Djokovic in a mouth-watering men’s final of the All-England Championships. The Serbian superstar has pocketed the last four Wimbledon men's singles finals and he’s set his target to equal Bjorn Borg's coveted feat of five crowns on the trot.