Marketa Vondrousova, ranked 42nd in the world, wins Wimbledon

Marketa Vondrousova, a 24-year-old Czech left-hander, made history on Saturday by becoming the first unseeded player to win Wimbledon in the Open era. 

She defeated the sixth-seeded Ons Jabeur of Tunisia 6-4, 6-4 in the final. 

Vandrousova was ranked 42nd in the world coming into Wimbledon, but she had a strong run to the final, defeating five seeded opponents along the way. She is the first Czech woman to win Wimbledon since Petra Kvitova in 2014.

Vandrousova's victory is a remarkable story of perseverance. She had to overcome a wrist injury that forced her to miss most of the 2021 season. But she returned to the tour this year and has been playing some of her best tennis.

In the final, Vondrousova was the better player on the day. She was more aggressive than Jabeur and she took advantage of Jabeur's errors. Vondrousova also served well, winning 70% of her first-serve points.

After the match, Vondrousova said that she was "overwhelmed" by her victory. She said that she had "never dreamed" of winning Wimbledon.

Vandrousova's victory is a major breakthrough for her career. She is now a Grand Slam champion and she will be ranked in the top 10 in the world. She is a player to watch in the years to come. 

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