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DIRECT. Wimbledon 2024: Rybakina challenges Krejcikova, Paolini is in the final, score and result

“LIVE. Wimbledon 2024: Rybakina challenges Krejcikova, Paolini is in the final, score and result”

Day of semi-finals for women à Wimbledon! After more than 2h51 of fighting, Jasmine Paolini qualified at the expense of Donna Vekic. In the other semi-final, Rybakina faces à Krejcikova.

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18:38 – Krejcikova takes a break point

Rybakina was unable to control her opponent's powerful return (30-40).

18:37 – Rybakina is two points behind in the set

Krejcikova is not giving up, however, and is encouraged by each point scored (30-15).

Krejcikova has still not won a single game on her serve. The statistic is painful for the Czech!

18:35 – Three new break points

Rybakina's backhand down the line is hailed by the Wimbledon crowd. The connoisseurs appreciated it!

18:33 – Rybakina bounces back immediately

The Kazakh makes Krejcikova suffer with her forehand. The Czech does not manage to achieve this goal. adjust. 

The Czech clenches her fist è the result of the new fault, on the forehand, by  Rybakina. She only has one break behind. 

18:30 – Krejcikova gets a d&ball ;eacute;break

Rybakina's forehand ends in the middle of the net. She was not taken into custody. able to place oneself à following a false rebound. 

18:29 – Rybakina's serve is effective

Aces rain over Wimbledon. Both players are &agrav; equality (40-40). 

The Kazakh does not miss this opportunity with another decisive blow along the line!&nbsp ;Krejcikova is helpless. 

18:26 – Rybakina offers herself a break point

The challenge confirms Krejcikova's fault. The points have been scrolling for a few minutes. 

18:24 – Rybakina works wonders with her power

The Kazakh continues to advance on the court. She puts pressure on her his opponent with a new winning move along the line (15-30). 

An ace, a backhand volley and a Krejcikova's mistake later, the Kazakh negotiated well. his end of the game despite defending two break points. 

18:20 – Krejcikova has a second chance

The Czech takes advantage of a double fault from Rybakina. We must now convert this chance. 

18:19 – A break point< /h3>

Rybakina put too much on her last forehand. Krejcikova has just chained three points in a row. < /p>

18:17 – Krejcikova hangs on

Leaded 15-40, the Czech followed up with another victory. two powerful forehands! The pressure is on Rybakina's shoulders.

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What are the Wimbledon winners ?

Created in 1877 for men (in 1884 for women), the Wimbledon tournament is a historic tennis competition. Open Era in 1968, here is the list of winners of the men's tournament:

  • 2023: Carlos Alcaraz
  • 2022: Novak Djokovic
  • 2021: Novak Djokovic
  • 2020: tournament canceled
  • 2019: Novak Djokovic
  • 2018: Novak Djokovic
  • 2017: Roger Federer
  • 2016: Andy Murray
  • 2015: Novak Djokovic
  • 2014: Novak Djokovic
  • 2013: Andy Murray
  • 2012: Roger Federer
  • 2011: Novak Djokovic
  • 2010: Rafael Nadal
  • 2009: Roger Federer
  • 2008: Rafael Nadal
  • 2007: Roger Federer
  • 2006: Roger Federer
  • 2005: Roger Federer
  • 2004 :  Roger Federer
  • 2003 :  Roger Federer
  • 2002: Lleyton Hewitt
  • 2001: Goran Ivanisevic
  • 2000: Pete Sampras
  • 1999 : Pete Sampras
  • 1998: Pete Sampras
  • 1997: Pete Sampras
  • 1996: Richard Krajicek
  • 1995: Pete Sampras
  • 1994: Pete Sampras
  • 1993: Pete Sampras
  • 1992: André Agassi
  • 1991: Michael Stich
  • 1990: Stefan Edberg
  • 1989: Boris Becker
  • 1988: Stefan Edberg
  • 1987: Pat Cash
  • 1986: Boris Becker
  • 1985: Boris Becker
  • 1984: John Mcenroe
  • 1983: John Mcenroe
  • 1982: Jimmy Connors
  • 1981: John Mcenroe
  • 1980: Bjorn Borg
  • 1979: Bjorn Borg
  • 1978: Bjorn Borg
  • 1977: Bjorn Borg
  • 1976: Bjorn Borg
  • 1975: Arthur Ashe
  • 1974: Jimmy Connors
  • 1973: Jan Kodes
  • 1972: Stan Smith
  • 1971: John Newcombe
  • 1970: John Newcombe
  • 1969: Rod Laver
  • 1968: Rod Laver

Since the start of the Open Era in 1968, here is the list of winners of the women's tournament: 

  • 2023: Mr. Vondrousova 
  • 2022: E. Rybakina
  • 2021: A. Barty
  • 2020: Not Attributed (Covid-19)
  • 2019: S. Halep 
  • 2018: A. Kerber 
  • 2017: G. Muguruza 
  • 2016: S. Williams
  • 2015: S. Williams
  • 2014: P. Kvitova
  • 2013: Mr. Bartoli
  • 2012: S. Williams
  • 2011: P. Kvitova
  • 2010: S. Williams
  • 2009: S. Williams
  • 2008: V. Williams
  • 2007: V. Williams
  • 2006: A. Mauresmo
  • 2005: V. Williams
  • 2004: M. Sharapova 
  • 2003: S. Williams
  • 2002: S. Williams
  • 2001: V. Williams 
  • 2000: V. Williams 
  • 1999: L. Davenport
  • 1998: J. Novotna 
  • 1997: Mr. Hingis
  • 1996: S. Graf 
  • 1995: S. Graf 
  • 1994: C. Martinez 
  • 1993: S. Graf
  • 1992: S. Graf 
  • 1991: S. Graf 
  • 1990: M. Navratilova
  • 1988: S. Graf 
  • 1987: M. Navratilova
  • 1986: M. Navratilova 
  • 1985: M. Navratilova 
  • 1984: M. Navratilova 
  • 1983: M. Navratilova
  • 1982: M. Navratilova
  • 1981: C. Evert
  • 1980: E. Cawley-Goolagong 
  • 1979: M. Navratilova 
  • 1978: M. Navratilova 
  • 1977: V. Wade 
  • 1976: C. Evert 
  • 1975: B. King
  • 1974: C. Evert 
  • 1973: B. King 
  • 1972: B. King
  • 1970: Mr. Court-Smith 
  • 1969: A. Haydon-Jones
  • 1968: B. King
Teilor Stone

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Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116