England's Wimbledon: Before Saturday's Wimbledon final, Elena Rybakina entered the Centre Court sunlight but refrained from waving.

Zero wave. Almost no looking around. Given that it was her first appearance in a Grand Slam championship final, her performance in the opening stages .

She defeated Ons Jabeur by scores of 3-6, 6-2, and 6-2 to claim the title at the All England Club after nearly two hours of hard hitting and sprinting.

She was born in Moscow and has been playing for Kazakhstan since that nation promised to assist her tennis career in 2018.

Rybakina didn't think she'd get past the third round, and it was evident in the opening set, which Jabeur dominated. The Tunisian, renowned for her variety of skills and strategies,

When Jabeur's backhand soared out of bounds to win the match, Rybakina, who is typically reticent, puffed out her cheeks and shook her head.

The 23-year-old, playing in her maiden grand slam final, got off to a sluggish start before finding her stride and used a strong serve to defeat Jabeur.

Before the pandemic, she was a rising talent who reached four finals in her first five WTA events of 2020 and rose as high as No. 17 in the rankings.

Jabeur predicted that she will win the title this year after falling short in the Wimbledon quarterfinals the previous year. She also made the trophy's image the background of her phone's lock screen.