Marketa Vondrousova, ranked 42nd in the world, made history as the lowest-ranked and first unseeded woman to win Wimbledon.

She defeated Ons Jabeur with a score of 6-4, 6-4.

Vondrousova's journey to the final was remarkable, becoming the first unseeded woman in 60 years to reach the Wimbledon final.

The retractable roof on Wimbledon's main stadium, which shielded the players from strong winds, played into Vondrousova's advantage. 

She showed resilience by mounting comebacks in both sets, ultimately claiming her first Grand Slam title.

Jabeur fought valiantly but had too many unforced errors.

Vondrousova's exceptional performance marked a turnaround in her Wimbledon record, and her triumph has elevated her career.

The match witnessed shifts in momentum, and despite Jabeur's resurgence, Vondrousova maintained composure and secured the win with a spectacular jumping volley.