Emma Raducanu sends support to heartbroken Ons Jabeur after Wimbledon final

Raducanu sends her support to Jabeur, who looked crushed after losing the Wimbledon final.

by Dzevad Mesic
Emma Raducanu sends support to heartbroken Ons Jabeur after Wimbledon final

Emma Raducanu sent support to Ons Jabeur following the Tunisian's devastating Wimbledon final loss. Jabeur, 28, is now 0-3 in her Grand Slam finals after Marketa Vondrousova stunned the Tunisian 6-4 6-4 in the Wimbledon final on Saturday.

Previously, Jabeur was beaten in the 2022 Wimbledon and 2022 US Open finals, respectively. After losing her third Grand Slam final, Jabeur admitted it was "the most painful defeat" of her career but vowed to return stronger and win a Slam one day.

Raducanu shared Jabeur's Instagram post to her Instagram Story and clearly expressed support for the Tunisian.

Raducanu expresses support for Jabeur

Moments after losing the Wimbledon final, a distraught Jabeur addressed the crowd.

Jabeur became very emotional and she didn't back down when describing how she felt after losing the final. But at the end of her speech, Jabeur promised to one day win Wimbledon. “It will be tough to speak because this is very tough.

I am going to look ugly in the photos so that's not going to help. I think this is the most painful loss of my career. I want to say congratulations to Marketa and her team for this amazing tournament. You're an amazing player.

I know you have had a lot of injuries, so I am very happy for you. It's going to be a tough day for me today. I'm not going to give up. I'm going to come back stronger and win a Grand Slam one day. It was an amazing tournament for me.

I wished I continued to the end. I want to thank my team for always believing in me. We are going to make it one day, I promise you. Thank you for coming, cheering for me, the energy is amazing from day one at Wimbledon. I appreciate your support.

It’s been a tough journey but that’s tennis. I promise I will come back one day and win this tournament," Jabeur said after the final.

Emma Raducanu Ons Jabeur Wimbledon