42nd Bond Lowshova is the lowest-ranked Wimbledon champion ever

 Marketa Bondrowsova (42nd, Czech Republic) won the women’s singles at the Wimbledon tennis tournament and wrote a new history as the lowest-ranked champion ever메이저사이트.

On the 15th (Korean time), in the women’s singles final of the tournament held at the All England Club in London, England, Bondrousova won a set score 2-0 (6-4 6-4) over Once Jaber (6th place, Tunisia).

With this, von Drawshoba won her first major tournament at Wimbledon.

At the same time, she wrote history at the top of Wimbledon with the lowest ranking since 1975, when the women’s professional tennis (WTA) ranking system was introduced. Among the previous Wimbledon women’s singles winners, the lowest ranking was Venus Williams (USA), who was ranked 31st in 2007.

In addition, Von Drowshova became the first unseeded Wimbledon women’s singles winner, with her seeding to the top 32 singles players.

It was the first time she won the women’s singles title unseeded since 1968, when professional players were allowed to participate in major events.

Von Drowshobar reached the final of the French Open in 2019, but she was happy with a runner-up finish, and in 2021 she won the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She’s done her win at Wimbledon.

On the other hand, Jaber, who was aiming to win the first major women’s singles title in the Arab world, delayed winning her first title.

Javert also reached the finals at Wimbledon and the US Open last year, but she was frustrated on the verge of winning. She tried for three major titles, but failed.

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