After dropping the first set 7-5 to Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur found herself in the holiest of all places for an athlete, the ever-elusive zone. Jabeur, who last week became the first Arab woman to reach the second week of Wimbledon, blitzed through the next two sets, 6-1, 6-1, in just 54 total minutes. Jabeur won an unfathomable 70 percent of all points in the final two sets.

The crafty 26-year-old player will have another opportunity to take it one step further on the major stage. Last year at the Australian Open, Jabeur made headlines when she reached the final eight, but fell to eventual winner Sofia Kenin 6-4, 6-4. Her outstanding campaign in Melbourne was also historic, as she became the first Arab woman to enter a Grand Slam quarterfinal.

The Tunisian is in the midst of a 10-1 run on grass (including her first WTA title in Birmingham), with a very realistic chance to win the title. According to UTR’s new Insights tool, Jabeur has been the performer of the tournament, playing .3 points above her current rating of 12.85. UTR’s predictive analytics give her a nine percent chance of winning the title.

Jabeur will face off against first-time major quarterfinalist Aryna Sabalenka next.