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The Czech tennis player won the championship with a 2-0 victory in a match that lasted one hour and 20 minutes.

In the women's singles final of the tournament hosted by London, the capital of England, No. 6 seed Jabeur and world No. 42 Vondrousova met.

Vondrousova, who won with a 6-4 result despite falling behind 4-2 in the first set in which mutual serves were broken, took a 1-0 lead in the fight.

Jabeur, who entered the second set breaking serve, then recovered to make it 3-1. Making good use of Jabeur's critical errors throughout the match, Vondrousova managed to come back from 3-1 this time. Winning the second set 6-4, the Czech tennis player won the championship with a 2-0 victory from the match that lasted one hour and 20 minutes.

Vondrousova won her first title in the second grand slam final of her career after the 2019 French Open. The Czech racket became the first female tennis player to win a Wimbledon title without a seed in the open era. Vondrousova also became the lowest ranked tennis player to win a Wimbledon title in women's tennis.

Jabeur lost the third grand slam final of her career, including two in a row at Wimbledon.