Fans suspect Elena Rybakina weight gain in recent days as her appearance in the Australian Open raised some questions about her well-being.

Rybakina is the reigning Wimbledon champion and the first Kazakistani player to win a title at a major tennis open.

In the final, she beat the Tunisian ace Ons Jabeur 3–6, 6–2, 6–2 in a thrilling comeback victory.

She is the current number one women’s player in Kazakhstan, with a career-high ranking of number 12 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).

The 23-year-old has reached nine WTA tours final in singles competitions, winning two of them. 

Currently, Rybakina is already in her second Grand Slam final after defeating Victoria Azarenka in the semi-final of the 2023 Australian Open.

 Elena Rybakina Weight Gain 

Elena Rybakina weight gain rumors are spreading over the internet as fans notice that she has bulked up a bit.

The Kazak player competes in the Australian Open, reaching the final after defeating Victoria Azarenka in the semi-final.

However, several viewers noted that she had gained weight and used social media to express their thoughts.

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Elena Rybakina celebrating her holiday eating corn in Dubai. (Source: Instagram)

But looking at her previous pictures, Elena does not seem to have a significant weight gain, and it does not seem to bother her in any way as she is physically in her 100%.

However, there had been an incident that made her lose weight.

She contracted Covid earlier after the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, which she described as a harrowing experience.

The Kazak admitted that it was tough and that she lost four kilograms in a week, with a high fever and difficulties.

The 23-year-old is on Instagram as @lenarybakina and regularly posts pictures of her matches and life updates.

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Elena Rybakina Health Problems

The 23-year-old is in her prime form, having won Wimbledon earlier in 2022 and reaching another major final in such a short span.

Nevertheless, Rybakina has been injured several times, forcing her to withdraw from competitions.

Elena Rybakina was forced to withdraw from a couple of events due to health issues. (Source: Instagram)

She had to withdraw from the Sydney Tennis Classic in 2022 due to a thigh injury. Earlier, she was on a roll after making the Adelaide International 1 final.

Later, Rybakina withdrew from the San Diego Open due to an illness.

She was scheduled to debut in the competition but was forced to withdraw from her first-round match against Garbine Muguruza.

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Learn More About Elena Rybakina

Elena Rybakina was born in Moscow, Russia, on June 17, 1999.

She was a sports-loving child from an early age, playing with her older sister, primarily focusing on gymnastics and ice skating.

Her father suggested she train in tennis after learning she was too tall for either of those sports.

Elena Rybakina in the National Bank Open in Toronto. (Source: Instagram)

The Moscow-born player trained with several accomplished coaches at Dynamo Sports Club and Spartak Tennis Club.

Initially, Rybakina did not have an individual training session, instead practicing with a group of eight players until 15 and four through 18.

Later, she trained with players such as Andrey Chesnokov and Evgenia Kulikocskaya.

Her time for tennis was limited because her high school needed to be more specialized for athletes.

Despite all that, Rybakina proved to be one of the world’s best women’s tennis players, winning the 2022 Wimbledon and reaching another Grand Slam final (Australian Open) in 2023.

The Kazak won the semi-final against former world champion and two-time Australian Open winner Victoria Azarenka.

She beat the Belarusian 7-6, 6-3 to gain a final spot for the grand prize against the winner of Magda Linette and Aryna Sabalenka. 

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