Jab, Jab, KO

Ons Jabeur won a match against Aryna Sabalenka to make it to the finals of Wimbledon for the second time. Jabeur used her skillful and clever playing style to overcome Sabalenka’s strong and powerful hits. Even though Jabeur lost the first set, her precise shots and strategic angles helped her defeat Sabalenka. The person who came in sixth place in the tournament will compete against a player from Czech Republic who was not ranked. The Czech player beat a player from Ukraine earlier. The person who came in second place in last year’s US Open also lost the first set in a close game and was losing in the second set, but then made a comeback and won. Then, she broke her opponent’s serve to take a 4-2 lead in the third set. Despite the Tunisian player missing four opportunities to win the match, she eventually won with a powerful serve. Vondrousova showed no sentimentality as she ended Svitolina’s impressive run with a 6-3 6-3 victory, reaching the Wimbledon final for the first time. Before the semifinals, Vondrousova praised Svitolina for being incredible, amazing, and a fighter, especially since she became a mother nine months ago. However, Vondrousova didn’t let that stop her from defeating Svitolina and now she is one win away from achieving her own incredible comeback story after facing two wrist surgeries. I didn’t play for six months last year, and it’s uncertain if I can reach that same level again. “I am really thankful to be here and to be in good health and able to play again,” she said. Indian player Rohan Bopanna and Australian player Matthew Ebden were eliminated from the men’s doubles competition. They lost to Wesley Koolhof from the Netherlands and Neal Skupsk from Great Britain in the semifinals, with a score of 5-7 4-6. Please rewrite this text in simpler words.

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