Ons Jabeur has recovered from the set, defeated Marie Boweskova and reached the semifinals ofWimbledonfor the first time.
The best seeds left in the women's draw have so far undergone rigorous championship screening, but some big early days to set the last four ties with best friends. They usually responded elegantly to the taskTachiyana Maria.
Jabber wins 3-6 6-1 6-1 and wins two wins as he becomes the first woman to win a singles title at the All England Club fromAfrica. I mentioned it.
This was Boweskova's first appearance on Wimbledon's largest court, but she became a little nervous and actually decided to hold an eight-minute opening service game.
Her athletic ability was apparent from off, as she seemed to be boosting her Czechs and Jaber's trademark drop shot didn't catch her first.
Bowzkova also showed a clever touch, and Jabber was able to kick her tennis ball after a fine volley on the net as her first set won in 41 minutes.
The world's second-largest Jabber, along with top-seeded Iga Sifion, was sent off early by many former winners at SW19, after the Tunisians turned the screw immediately at the second start. , Chipped as a player to win.
When Bowes double-faulted, Bowes sealed an early break for the third seed, and another was handed out by Bowskova.
Two more clever touches from Jabber forced the decision on thecenter court. This court was nearly three-quarters after seeing lots of green seats at the start of the contest.
The comfort break by Bowskova in front of the third set failed to knock out Jabber's stride.
At the unusual third point of the deciding person's second game, he managed to move back to 40-0 while Bowzkova was on the floor, but Jabber rattled for five points in a row. I made a break.
The 27-year-old now has tight control, trying out Twiner during another match and breaking there.
Jabber was unable to put out a bagel with Boweskova, who played at the highest level in the first set, and was able to regain her break.
But before she claimed match points, her title favorites produced another great drop shot.
Next is a surprise meeting with Maria, the number 103 in the world.
"I'm really, really happy, especially happy that it happened in this court. I love this court and hope the journey continues," said Jabber. rice field.
"I love Tatjana and her family is very nice. She's my barbecue companion so it's going to be hard to play, but obviously she's a great friend and will be in the semifinals I'm really happy to be able to do it. "