Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan takes home her maiden Grand Slam trophy with a victory at Wimbledon.

Elena Rybakina was too nervous to wave before Saturday's Wimbledon final. She double-gripped the bag's black and red straps.

Given that this was her maiden Grand Slam final, her early performance was nervous.

She beat Ons Jabeur 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 after nearly two hours of strong hitting and sprinting at the All England Club to claim Kazakhstan's first major tournament singles award.

Even then, Rybakina's response was as subdued as possible—a little sigh and a faint grin.

She was born in Moscow, but she now competes for Kazakhstan after receiving sponsorship to pursue tennis there in 2018.

Rybakina utilized her huge serve and powerful forehand to stop No. 2-ranked Jabeur's 12-match winning run on grass.

Jabeur converted a break point with a 120 mph serve and Rybakina's long backhand.

Rybakina got her first break opportunity to start the second set and went ahead 1-0 when Jabeur missed a forehand.

Rybakina led 5-1 after surviving four break points in her following two service games.