Marketa Vondrosova created a different piece of history on Saturday when she defeated Ons Jabur in straight sets to win the Wimbledon title in the women’s singles final. Vondrosova became the first player to win the Wimbledon title as an unseeded player. Also, she became the lowest ranked Grand Slam champion in the world.
Wondrosova, 24-year-old Wondrosova of the Czech Republic won its first Grand Slam title by beating Jebur 6-4, 6-4. Wondrosova has been the world ranking 42 and has become the first non-ranked player in Wimbledon, who has been the first non-ranked player.
So know that this tennis player from Czech Republic has faced many hardships to reach here. Marketa Vondrosova was born on 28 June 1999. His father introduced him to tennis when he was just 4 years old. Not only that but his mother has also been a volleyball player. She has played for SK Slavia Prague. However, when Vondrossova Rowe was 3 years old, her parents divorced. But his parents remained attached and supportive of his development in tennis.
Marketa Vandrossova has never been a tennis lover. He played many sports as a child, trying his hand at various sports such as skiing, football, table tennis and floorball. However, after that she started focusing on tennis.. She participated in a national mini-tennis tournament in 2006 at Stavnice Island in Prague, where she finished third, which qualified her for an international tournament in Umag, Croatia.. In this tournament, she lost in the first round.
However, her development after the first match loss has made her the 2023 Wimbledon champion and has made Vondrossova a big name not only in tennis but in the world. It has made the Czech Republic famous. After playing a mini tournament in Croatia, Vondrosova competed in and won the Nike Junior Tour International Masters in the United States at the age of 12. She then focused her attention on tennis, and at the age of 15, Marketa Vondrossova left her home for Prague to train regularly with the desire to make tennis her career.