Marketa Vondrousova defeated Ons Jabeur to win the Women's Singles title at Wimbledon 2023. The Vondrousova registered a stunning 6-4, 6-4 win to win their maiden Grand Slam title . With this historic win, the 24-year-old also became the first unseeded woman in the Wimbledon final in 60 years. 

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Talking about the match, Last year's finalist Ons Jabeur started off the final with a head full of steam and took the opening few games before Marketa Vondrousova broke through and levelled the score at 2-2. Failing to close out a top start,  Jabeur fell short as her Czech opponent kept coming back to clinch the first set 6-4. 

Vondrousova built on this momentum in the second set as well and comfortably took the first game. Here  Jabeur stepped up to level the scores and then took home three consecutive as the centre court crowd cheered here on. Soon  Vondrousova broke to level and managed to hold back the Tunisian at 4-4. The Czech international then won the next two consecutive sets to win her women's singles Grand Slam title.

Reacting to this win, Marketa Vondrousova was in shock as she remembered how last year, she was a spectator at Wimbledon 2023 because of her injury. The Czechnian also thanked her team and her family for their support through her recovery. 

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She said, "I don’t really know what is happening right now. It is an amazing feeling.  After everything I have been through, I had a cast last year at this time. This is amazing.  It’s amazing (to have my husband here) since tomorrow is our first wedding anniversary.  My coach said that if I win a Grand Slam, he is going to get one (tattoo) also. I think we are going tomorrow to get one."