Elena Rybakina feels that she’s “not the Wimbledon champion”, but says she is a champion who’s genuinely happy to be there.

Despite her historic first grand slam win in London, however, JulyShe describes her (*25*) experience as “a Wimbledon champion” “not the greatest,” She said she feels like she is. “not the Wimbledon champion.”

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Rybakina’s frustrations are after world ranking points were not awarded This year, (*25*) was cancelled by the tournament organizers following Russia’s invasion in Ukraine.

Rybakina would normally have seen her world ranking rise after winning (*25*). It would have been normal for her to reach the top. 10 In another year. However, 23The number one spot for a -year-old is now at No. 25 All over the globe.

Kazakhstani Rybakina, speaking before the US Open begins on Monday, expressed discontent at her life after her maiden grandslam triumph.

“It was my dream to win Wimbledon,” Rybakina said Friday to reporters in New York. “It’s (a) pity. I feel like actually I’m not the Wimbledon champion.”

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Rybakina celebrates with the trophy after beating Ons Jabeur in the Wimbledon final.

She also added “I don’t think that it’s fair. Of course, we cannot change it. It was a decision (made) before. I’m talking not only about myself, but just generally I think with all the decisions, many players are paying for all these decisions.

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It’s all around. It’s all about the points situation. It’s unfair, I think.” Rybakina said.

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“Knowing that I would be the No.2 If I can’t play the Race, it doesn’t seem fair. This is not just about me, but also the fact that many players pay for all of these decisions.

Rybakina is the No. 25 seed for the US Open. She begins her quest to win backward grand slam titles Tuesday by playing Clara Burel of France in the opening round.