Jabeur had coaching from Nabil Mlika from the age of four to thirteen. She and he first worked together at a tennis advertising area at her school. She had to practice on the tennis courts of the nearby hotels when she was 10 because her club didn’t have any. Jabeur relocated to Tunis’s capital city when she was twelve years old to pursue her studies at the Lycée Sportif El Menzah, a national sports high school for aspirant national athletes. She remained there for several years.
She started her training in France and Belgium when she was 16 years old. Jabeur appreciates her parents’ efforts when she was a young child, adding, “My parents sacrificed a lot to raise me. My mother used to drive me to competitions all around Tunisia and supported my decision to enrol in a special school.
It was a big sacrifice for the mom to watch her little daughter follow a passion that, in all honesty, wasn’t clear. She encouraged me to go because she believed in my skills.” Jabeur, at only 14 years old, started competing on the ITF Women’s Circuit in 2008. In October 2009, she came in second place at a $10K competition held in Monastir.
Does Ons Jabeur Have Any Children?
Ons Jabeur does not have any children of her own yet.