On Friday at Wimbledon, Ons Jabeur overcame a former champion, 24 missed break points, and a case of vomiting in winning a marvelous match on Centre Court.

Facing off against Garbine Muguruza, the 21st-seeded Jabeur rallied to win, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. Her missed break points were a recurring theme throughout the match, and though Muguruza fought off 10 in the decisive set, Jabeur’s shot-making was rewarded with a double-break lead. When she reached match point on her serve, the Tunisian went to the corner to hurl. It wasn’t a major cause of concern as it’s happened to Jabeur before, and she soon shut the door on the No. 11 seed after two hours and 25 minutes.

“I'm actually having a problem with my stomach. I have inflammation. It has been going on for a while. Yeah, it bothers me probably with the stress, fatigue, everything,” she explained in her press conference afterwards. Sometimes when I drink water, the water doesn't go through anymore. That's why I get sick. Honestly, I don't want to interrupt the players, so I try to get rid of it and just continue playing.”

Jabeur finished the high-quality victory with 44 winners, while hitting 27 unforced errors. She’s now advanced to the round of 16 at three different majors, continuing to break new ground for the North African tennis scene. Last month, the 26-year-old became the first Arab woman to capture a WTA title when she defeated Daria Kasatkina in Birmingham.