Professional tennis player Ons Jabeur is from Tunisia. The Women’s Tennis Association has her rated as high as No. 2 in the world, which was attained on June 27, 2022. The highest-ranked African and Arab tennis player in ATP and WTA rankings history is Jabeur, who is currently rated No. 1 in Tunisia.
At the age of three, Jabeur’s mother taught her how to play tennis. At the French Open in 2010 and 2011, she competed in and won two junior major girls’ singles finals.
Since 1964, when Ismail El Shafei won the Wimbledon boys’ title, she was the first Arab player to win a junior Grand Slam singles championship. Jabeur spent nearly ten years mostly competing at the ITF level until beginning to play more frequently on the WTA Tour in 2017.
She received the 2019 Arab Woman of the Year Award. Jabeur made history in 2020 by being the first Arab woman to play in a major quarterfinal, a record she replicated in 2021 at the Wimbledon Championships.
At the Birmingham Classic in 2021, she earned her maiden WTA championship, making history as the first Arab woman to claim a WTA Tour victory. As the first African and Arab player to win a championship at this level, she earned her largest triumph at the 2022 Madrid Open, a WTA 1000 competition.
Ons Jabeur Ranking
Singles Titles. 2 ; Prize Money. $2,057,240 ; Career High. 2 ; Singles Titles. 3.
Expert Predictions On Marie Bouzkova vs Ons Jabeur
The clear favorite of the two is Jabeur. Bouzkova, though, should never be taken lightly. In four matches at Wimbledon, the Czech only dropped one set—in the opening round.
We predict that this match will be tight because Bouzkova commits less errors than Jabeur, who likes to take risks. We’ll place our first wager on Total Over because, all things considered, we think Jabeur will win the three-set match and advance to the semifinals.