Kazakhstan's Elena Rybakina defeated Tunisia's Ons Jabeur to win the women's singles title .

Rybakina is just 23 years old and won a historic first Grand Slam title for herself and her country.

Rybakina made a stunning comeback after losing the first set to beat third-seeded Jabur 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the final between two first-timers.

Rybakina lost her serve early in the first set as Jabeur took a 3-1 lead and registered a 6-3 win.

Jabeur is the first female player in the Arab world to reach this milestone in a Grand Slam tournament and she started off well.

Jabeur qualified for the quarterfinals in SW19 last year and wanted to be the first Arab woman to win any Grand Slam.

Jabeur started the match brilliantly, breaking Rybakina's serve twice. But from the second set onwards, the Kazakhstan star made a spectacular comeback.

Jabeur was clearly the favorite to win the title, not only because she was a highly seeded player, but also because of her recent form.

Rybakina could not take a single break in the first set but broke her opponent's serve four times in the last two sets.

Rybakina defeated former world No. 1 and former Wimbledon champion Simona Halep in the semi-finals to reach the final. In the final, the youngster showed great mental strength and won the championship.

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