Tennis player Ons Jabeur hails from Tunisia. The Women’s Tennis Association gave her a ranking of No. 2 in the world on June 27, 2022. The highest-ranked African and Arab tennis player in ATP and WTA rankings history is Jabeur, the No. 1 Tunisian tennis player at the moment.
When Jabeur was three years old, her mother taught her how to play tennis. In 2010 and 2011, she advanced to the French Open junior major girls’ singles finals twice, winning the second match.
Since Ismail El Shafei won the Wimbledon boys’ championship in 1964, she was the first Arab player to win a junior Grand Slam singles championship. Jabeur began actively participating on the WTA Tour in 2017 after spending nearly ten years mostly playing at the ITF level.
In 2019, she received the Arab Woman of the Year Award. Jabeur made history by being the first Arab woman to play in a major quarterfinal during the 2020 Australian Open, a record she replicated at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships.
She became the first Arab woman to win a WTA Tour championship when she won her maiden WTA victory at the Birmingham Classic in 2021. She became the first African and Arab player to win a championship at this level in the 2022 Madrid Open, a WTA 1000 competition, which was her biggest victory.
Ons Jabeur Husband Age: How old is Karim Kamoun?
The exact age of Karim Kamoun is unknown; however, it is speculated that he is in his 30s. 2015 marked the year when Ons Jabeur tied the knot with Karim Kamoun. Her current spouse, Karim Kamoun, used to compete in fencing. Since the middle of 2017, he has been working as Jabeur’s personal trainer.