Rybakina talks about winning at Wimbledon
Story: Moscow-born Rybakina switched loyalty to Kazakhstan in 2018 to get more financial support, but over the weekend defeats Kazakhstan’s third seed, Ons Jabeur, to raise the Wimbledon title. When we got together to become the country’s first major single champion. The moment I started representing Kazakhstan, I was happy to be able to continue playing and it was a professional career, “Rybakina told Reuters after arriving in the capital Nur-Sultan. Of course, I’m very happy that everything was done this way in the end. I think it was a very important decision for me. With all the support of the Federation of Kazakhstan and the support of President Brat (Utemratov), the 23-year-old added that it was not easy to turn into a top professional after leaving Russia. Wimbledon’s victory didn’t sink long after Rybakina, who was slow to react after winning the match. The point was at contr about the euphoric celebration normally expected of a well-maintained center court champion. “I’m very happy because I didn’t really understand that I won the biggest slam and the biggest tournament the moment I finished the match. Certainly, it’s another time for me,” he said.