In many ways, a WTA star Our jaber He had one of the most inspiring journeys in tennis. Jabeur, rightly called the Tunisian pioneer, is a true pioneer in her own right. In the face of enormous odds, she broke all barriers to reach where she is today. Finally, she wrote history when she became the first Arab tennis player ever to reach the women’s singles final in a Grand Slam, where she faced Elena Rybakina For the Wimbledon title at the All England Club.

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Not only that, but Jabeur has also been a force to reckon with on the WTA Tour for a consistent period of time in recent years. Now she has achieved another milestone that cements her legacy as one of the greatest athletes to come from the Arab world.

Ons Jabeur passes another milestone two years after breaking into the WTA Top 10


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There is no doubt that Ons Jabeur is the ideal flag bearer for Arab and African countries when it comes to tennis. In 2021, she became the first ever Arab tennis player, male or female, to break into the top ten in the World Tennis Association, or ATP, world rankings. This week she entered her 100th career week among the top 10 players on the WTA Tour, and made history once again as she became the first Arab player to do so.

The official tennis account tweeted the following to celebrate Jabeur’s amazing achievement: 100 career weeks in the top 10! 🎉 In 2021, 🇹🇳 @Ons_Jabeur became the first Arab tennis player to reach the top 10 in the history of the WTA *OR* ATP Rankings. This week, the Tunisian pioneer reached the milestone Latest – It’s her *100th* career week in the top 10. 👏”

Jabeur is currently ranked seventh in the WTA rankings, and has achieved a career high ranking of world number two in June 2022. This year as well, she has had great success on the tennis court so far.

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Jaber’s stability in the round

The Tunisian backed up her performance at Wimbledon last year, reaching the SW19 finals this year as well – this time, it was Marketa Vondrousova who stood in her way. Unfortunately, she ultimately failed, and her dreams of becoming a Grand Slam champion again were dashed. After being defeated in the fourth round at the recently concluded US Open, Ons Jabeur is back in action at the ongoing GDL Open in Mexico.

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Jaber is a pioneer in every sense of the word. It has contributed greatly to spreading the sport of tennis among the Arab and African populations. Its success is sure to pave the way for thousands of aspiring tennis players coming from every corner of the world.


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