Rybakina sounds very optimistic about her chances in Wimbledon

Elena Rybakina, the highest seed and former champion at Wimbledon 2024, praised her win percentage of over 90% and credited experience and confidence for her improved performance. She focuses on aggressive playing and serving.

Rybakina sounds very optimistic about her chances in Wimbledon

Elena Rybakina, the current highest seed and only former champion remaining in Wimbledon 2024, reflected on her win at the tournament during a post-match press conference. With a win percentage of over 90% on grass courts, Rybakina downplayed the pressure of being the favorite to win, focusing instead on taking it match by match. She credited her experience and growing confidence for her improved performance at Wimbledon, sharing that she has become less nervous on the court.

Looking ahead to her upcoming match against Elena Svitolina, Rybakina acknowledged the challenge of facing a tough defender but believed that if she played aggressively and served well, she had a good chance of winning. Additionally, Rybakina discussed her aggressive playing style on grass courts and the importance of serving well. She shared that her comfort level at the net depended on the score and her opponent, but she aimed to find the best opportunities to come forward and manage each moment effectively.

Rybakina in Wimbledon, ranking, and results in 2024

Elena Rybakina

40 - 8win/loss

25 year old
2024 Highlights

Currently the world no.4, the Kazakhstani owns a composed 39-7 record in 2024. Rybakina is participating in Wimbledon where she toppled the world no.152 Elena Gabriela Ruse 6-3 6-1, the world no.72 Laura Siegemund 6-3 3-6 6-3, the world no.91 Caroline Wozniacki 6-0 6-1, the world no.18 Anna Kalinskaya 6-3 3-0 ret. and the world no.21 Elina Svitolina .

Elena Rybakina will take on the world no.21 Elina Svitolina in the quarter. Their actual record is 2-2.

The Kazakhstani clinched 3 titles in 2024 in Brisbane, Abu Dhabi and Stuttgart. Rybakina got to the final in Doha (Qatar TotalEnergies Open) and in Miami (Miami Open).

The Kazakhstani won 8 titles in her career: 4 on hard courts, 3 on clay courts and 1 on grass courts. (See the list of her titles)

Rybakina's Record