Tennis Tips and Predictions: Wimbledon 2022 Women's Final Preview

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Summary

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships are finally down to the final weekend which means there are two players left in the draw.

Ons Jabeur and Elena Rybakina are the last women standing and they have done exceptionally well to get to this point.

Both players are putting on an absolute show on the grass courts and either one will win their maiden first Grand Slam.

There might not be a more historic trophy to win in the grand scheme of tennis, so the stakes will be at an all-time high.

The final will take place this Saturday, July 9th and will have the whole Center Court crowd packing in.

Although Ons Jabeur could be considered one of the favorites of the events after Iga Swiatek went down, Rybakina has taken her tennis to a different level in order to move through the draw.

Each of these players has had a tough road and grass season and neither will be letting up the pressure in what is the biggest match of their lives.

Historic winners etched onto the Wimbledon golden stones, Rybakina and Jabeur have an opportunity to gain some great prize money as well as fill their respective countries’ history books.

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Analysis

Ons Jabeur is the current #2 ranked player in the world and for good reason.

The Tunisian has found her true game on grass and all opponents so far have tumbled in comparison.

Jabeur has had a steady rise to the top of the WTA game, and it has come at the mid-stage of her career which is rare.

Ons has great power on the forehand and backhand wings and can rip winners from either side when given the chance.

Her game on grass surfaces is so special because of the slices she can create and the drop shots that are shown out of her pocket.

There is no consistent way to beat Jabeur and even her serve can get her out of the most troubled situations.

Mentally, she knows that her season on grass has been awesome so far and would end well with a Wimbledon trophy, and first-time grand slam.

She has beaten the top of the top players in the past few months, and nothing should change here for the surging Tunisian.

Elena Rybakina is a Moscow-native who is under the Kazakhstan tennis association.

She is tall for the WTA tour and because of this can boom down serves from the top of the apex.

She moves well for her size and where most fail, she succeeds.

Big groundstrokes especially coming from the forehand side, her game on grass flourishes.

She loves the fast surfaces and making quick and short points.

Rybakina will have the advantage when it comes to the more power in their games, but can she deal with the variety? Only time will tell.

Conclusion

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