The 29-year-old came narrowly close to clinching the Grand Slam in London twice but on both occasions, she ended up losing the final.
In 2022, Jabeur was on the losing side against Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina in the final with a score of 3–6, 6–2, 6–2.
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Twelve months later, she was once again on the wrong side of the result, this time against Czech Republic’s Markéta Vondrousova with a score of 6-4, 6-4.
Jabeur, who is currently in the Mexican city of Cancun to take part in the WTA Finals event, while talking to the media once again expressed her desire to win the Wimbledon championship.
"I win Wimbledon, that final. I should have won it. I think that's easy wish," Jabeur said.
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The result earlier this year was perhaps the hardest one to digest for the current world number seven as it was her third defeat in a Grand Slam final in the last two years.
Jabeur also suffered a defeat in the final of the US Open in 2022 where Poland’s Iga Swiatek came out on top in straight sets with a score of 6–2, 7–6(7–5).