HomeTennisHow much money did Elena Rybakina made after victory Ons Jabeur in the Wimbledon final?

How much money did Elena Rybakina made after victory Ons Jabeur in the Wimbledon final?

As the first Kazakh player to win a grand slam title, Elena Rybakina made history.

Elena Rybakina took home the $2 million prize after winning the women’s final. The runner-up, Ons Jabeur, received £1,050,000.

On Saturday and Sunday, the singles and doubles draws of the Wimbledon Championships will determine the men’s and women’s winners, who will receive considerable prize money.

The women’s singles field receives £14,496,000 in prize money, and the men’s singles competition receives the same amount. The winners of the various doubles events in the women’s and men’s fields each get £2,332,000.

Elena Rybakina vs Ons Jabeur: What events occurred in the finals?

Jabeur had the upper hand at the outset of the match, but Kazakhstan’s 17th seed recovered and lost just four more games to win 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.
In the third game of the match, when Rybakina’s backhand ran wide, 27-year-old Jabeur broke him.

After that, she performed a hold to love and aimed a wonderful backhand pass past her rival at the net.

Rybakina was put under a lot of strain on her own serve once more as the set nearly got away from her, but she persevered to hold for a 3-2 victory.

Elena Rybakina vs Ons Jabeur

But in the opening set, she was unable to convert a single break point on the sun-baked Centre Court, and Jabeur won the set thanks to an error-filled service game.

Jabeur gave a fist pump in jubilation, as Rybakina went back to her seat to reflect on her costly 17 unforced errors.
But as soon as the second set got off, Rybakina broke Jabeur and held on to take a 2-0 lead.

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Jabeur had to work hard to maintain contact as Rybakina had now established her rhythm.

The 6-foot-1, 1.84-meter-tall Kazakh, who is only 23 years old, then saved three break points before breaking once again to go up 4-1 when Jabeur’s forehand went long.

Rybakina’s ace brought the game to a stalemate as Jabeur considered the set’s four squandered break-point opportunities.

In the final, the 17th seed was the first to score, breaking right away to put Jabeur under pressure.

Frustratingly , the Tunisian lost three break points in the sixth game, which ended up being her final opportunity.

In serving out for the set, Rybakina had some nervousness. She ultimately triumphed with her first championship point after Jabeur’s backhand went long.

Rybakina comments on her match against Tunisia’s Jabeur

“I never felt anything like this before,” said the Kazakh champion. “Congratulations to Ons for everything you have achieved.”

Ons Jabeur congratulated the winner: “Hopefully next time it will be mine”.

Thanks to my team for support and believing in me,” she said. “I love this tournament. I feel sad but that’s tennis — there can only be one winner.”

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In 2018, Rybakina shifted her commitment to Kazakhstan while competing in her first Slam final.

Following the invasion of Ukraine, Wimbledon has barred players from Russia and Belarus.

Prior to Wimbledon this year, Rybakina had never advanced past the quarterfinals of a Slam tournament.
The Kazakhstani star defeated Zhang Shuai to win the 2020 Hobart International, which was her most recent success.

It’s possible that Rybakina’s thrilling triumph at Wimbledon will mark a significant turning point in her career.

Priyanshu Dey Halder
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