Marie Bouzkova and Ons Jabeur meet in the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Tuesday (around 4pm BST).
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Before these championships, Marie Bouzkova hadn’t played beyond the second round in 13 previous Grand Slam campaigns.
The former US Open junior champion is unquestionably enjoying her breakthrough at this level. Last time out, Bouzkova eliminated Caroline Garcia 7-5, 6-2, which maintained her streak of sets won. After losing the opening set of the tournament, she’s now claimed eight on the bounce.
The 23-year-old Czech hasn’t been this far into a tournament above WTA 250 level since her first career quarter-final in Toronto in 2019, where she lost by default to Simona Halep at this stage.
There have been three Czech quarter-finalists at Wimbledon since Petra Kvitova’s title win in 2014, with two going beyond this stage — Barbora Strycova (2019) and Karolina Pliskova (2021). Bouzkova aims to join this exclusive group, but she possesses a 0-1 record in grass quarter-finals, losing to Coco Vandeweghe in Birmingham last year.
This will be a second consecutive Wimbledon quarter-final appearance for Ons Jabeur. Last time out, she came from 3-6 down in the opening set tie-break, saving all five set points against Elise Mertens to run out a 7-6, 6-4 winner; subsequently avenging a straight-set defeat at last year’s US Open.
Incredibly before entering SW19, the 27-year-old had not won a single Grand Slam game having withdrawn from the Australian Open due to a troublesome back injury, before suffering a shock loss to Magda Linette at Roland Garros.
That being said, momentum is certainly on her side. Jabeur has not lost a set at these championships. In fact, she’s beaten her first three opponents — Mirjam Bjorklund, Katarzyna Kawa and Diane Parry — with a combined loss of two service games.
Jabeur is also undefeated on grass this year having won in Berlin a few weeks ago. The Tunisian is also seeking to become the first Arab — man or woman — to make a Grand Slam semi-final appearance.