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Ons Jabeur is a Tunisian professional tennis player. She was born on August 28, 1994. She is the world No. 2 in the career-high ranking achieved by the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) on June 27, 2022. Jabeur is currently the Tunisian number one and the highest-ranked African and Arab tennis player in the history of the WTA and ATP rankings. She has won five singles titles on the WTA Tour, as well as eleven singles titles and one doubles title on the ITF Circuit. Jabeur was the runner-up at Wimbledon in 2022, becoming the first African and Arab woman to compete in the singles final.

Ons Jabeur started tennis when she was 3 years old on the advice of his mother. After making some progress later, in August 2007, at the age of 13, she won her first tournament on the ITF Junior Tour, the doubles event of the Grade 5 Al Fatah ITF Junior Tournament in Lebanon. Top 5 at the 2009 Fujairah ITF Junior Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirates, defeating her opponent. He won the class singles competition. Later in the year, he began to have more success in higher-level tournaments. Morocco 2. The class has been the runner-up at the International Junior Championships and was the 2nd in singles in Egypt. He won the Class Smash International Junior Championship. She reached her first Grand Slam match at the 2009 US Open and had some success there as well. The last two singles events in Jabeur's junior career were the 2011 French Open and the French Open, where she won the junior Grand Slam title, becoming the first North African woman to win a junior Grand Slam tournament. 4 in the junior world rankings after this laxative. He rose in line. in 2012 (at the age of 18), she began to be ranked by the WTA, no longer in the junior rankings. After a slow start to 2013, Jabeur won his first 25k title in Tunisia in April 2013. She then broke into the top 200 for the first time by winning back-to-back $50k championships in Japan in May. At her second WTA tournament at the Baku Cup in July, she defeated number one seeded, defending champion and world number 37 Bojana Jovanovski in the second round, before losing to her opponent in the quarterfinals. She participated in a lot of tournaments until 2018 and made good ratings, and in 2019 he UP to 51st in the World Jabeur reached the third round at the US Open, winning the 2019 Arab Woman of the Year Award in the sports category.  In 2020, she achieved extraordinary success at the Australian Open and reached the top 50. She became the world champion at Wimbledon in 2021, which was an incredible achievement for her and she became the 1st runner-up at Wimbledon. She was the first Tunisian and Arab woman to receive the title. In 2023, she was the runner-up at Wimbledon and the US Open and is currently 6th in the current world ranking.

Jabeur displays Her style of play, kicks that she calls "crazy shots". She tries to hit difficult shots because she likes to play tennis. Her backhand strokes and forehand strokes towards the line are among his most impressive strokes. Her coach is both a fencer and her husband, which helps Jabeur very well. She also took part in the documentary Break Point, which is currently season 1 on Netflix. Jabeur's sponsors are Lotto, Qatar Airways, Joossoor, Maximilian Jewellery, Haval and Wilson.

Her name is not as common as successful tennis players such as sabalenka, swiatek, sakkari, but thanks to her achievements, she is among them in the world rankings. The fact that a woman from an African country has been so successful in her tennis career for the first time surprised the entire tennis community, and her family, friends, and husband have always supported her and given all their efforts to get her to better places.

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