If you wonder who made Winmbledon's Last-16 in June, there's only one answer: Ons Jabeur, the first Arab woman to reach such a high-level achievement. Probably, we will hear about her more often. But for those who didn't follow the last Women's Tennis Association tournament or want to know more about Ons Jabeur and her…
Tunisia's Ons Jabeur became the first Arab tennis player to break into the world's top 10 on Monday, while Indian Wells champion Paula Badosa gained 14 places in the WTA rankings. Jabeur, a Wimbledon quarter-finalist earlier this year, was beaten by Spain's Badosa in the Indian Wells semi-finals last Friday. Before the tournament, 14th place…
Carla Suarez Navarro secured her first win after recovering from cancer as she defeated Tunisia's Ons Jabeur in the first round of the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday.
4 Oct 2020
Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur scored a major upset by defeating the eighth seed, Aryana Sabalenka of Belarus 7/6(7); 2/6; 6/3 while the 13th seed, Andre Rublev of Russia routed South Africa’s Kevin Anderson 6/3; 6/2; 6/3.
22 Oct 2018
Russia’S Daria Kasatkina defeated Ons Jabeur of Tunisia, 2/6; 7/6; 6/4 to win the VTB Kremlin Cup tennis championship. In the semifinals of the men’s event, Karen Khachanov defeated compatriot Daniil Medvedev, 6/1; 6/7 (5); 6/3 and will face Adrian Mannarino, who defeated Italy’s Andreas Seppi, 7/6; 7/5 in the final. In the semifinals, Daria…