Ons Jabeur, also known by his Arabic name Uns Jbr, was born in Tunisia on August 28, 1994. The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has her rated as high as No. 2 in the world, which was accomplished 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. She has won 11 singles championships and one double win on the ITF Women’s Circuit, in addition to her three singles titles from the WTA Tour.
Facts about Ons Jabeur :
|Full Name||Ons Jabeur|
|Birth Date||August 28, 1994|
|Birth Place||Ksar Hellal, Tunisia|
|Nick Name||The Minister of Happiness|
|Father’s Name||Ridha Jabeur|
|Mother’s Name||Samira Jabeur|
|Wife/Husband/Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Name)||Karim Kamoun|
|Net Worth||$1.6 million|
Ons Jabeur’s net worth:
Her most recent payment was $2,565,796 USD. She is a professional women’s tennis player from Tunisia, and her total net worth is $1.6 million.
Ons Jabeur Early Life
In the week leading up to her 13th birthday in August 2007, Jabeur started competing on the ITF Junior Circuit. She won the doubles event of her first competition, the Grade 5 Al Fatah ITF Junior Tournament in Lebanon, with her countrywoman Nour Abbès. At the Fujairah ITF Junior Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirates in January 2009, she defeated Abbès to win her maiden Grade 5 singles match. She also won the doubles match alongside Abbès. She began to experience more success at higher-level competitions later in the year, placing second in singles at Grade 2 International Junior Championships of Morocco and taking first place in the Grade 2 Smash International Junior Championships in Egypt. 2009 US Open was her first junior Grand Slam competition.
Ons Jabeur’s Career
At 14, Jabeur started competing on the ITF Women’s Circuit in 2008. She lost to Elise Tamala in both the singles and doubles finals at a $10K tournament held in Monastir, close to her home, in October 2009. In May 2010, in Antalya, Turkey, she took home her first victory at the $10K level in singles. Two months later, in a $10K tournament in Casablanca, Morocco, she took first place in the singles and doubles competitions.
In April 2013 in Tunis, Jabeur won her first $25K title after a sluggish start to the year. In May, she defeated An-Sophie Mestach to win back-to-back $50K titles in Japan, which propelled her into the top 200 for the first time. Jabeur participated in the Baku Cup’s main draw in her second WTA competition in July. She defeated the tournament’s top seed, the defending champion, and world No. 37 Bojana Jovanovski in the second round before falling to Magda Linette in the quarterfinals. She competed in the Wimbledon and US Open qualifying tournaments, losing her first match in both of those competitions.
She reached a new career-high of 139 after winning her third $50K title at the Challenger de Saguenay with a victory over CoCo Vandeweghe in the final. During the Australian Open, Jabeur made a significant advancement. She won in three sets against Caroline Wozniacki in the match that ended Wozniacki’s career after overcoming both Johanna Konta and Caroline Garcia in the opening two rounds. Before falling to the eventual champion Sofia Kenin in the quarterfinals, Jabeur overcame Wang Qiang, the fourth top 50 players she had beaten in a row. With this outcome, she entered the top 50 for the first time and became the first Arab woman to advance to the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam.
The Sydney International in 2022 was where Jabeur began her season. In the opening round, she triumphed once more over Astra Sharma. Before falling to Anett Kontaveit in the quarterfinals, she overcame Petra Kvitová in the second round. Due to a back ailment incurred at the Sydney competition, she subsequently withdrew from the 2022 Australian Open. Jabeur participated in the Dubai Championships in February. Before losing to former number 1 Simona Halep in the quarterfinals, she defeated former world number 2 Vera Zvonareva and Jessica Pegula. The Qatar Total Open was her next stop. After receiving a bye in the first round, she overcame Tereza Martincová and Aliaksandra Sasnovich before losing to Kontaveit in the quarterfinals.
Ons Jabeur’s Family Background
Samira and Ridha Jabeur welcomed Ons Jabeur into the world on August 28, 1994, in the small Tunisian hamlet of Ksar Hellal. She was raised at Sousse, a larger adjacent coastal town. Jabeur has an older sister named Yasmine and two older brothers named Hatem and Marwen. Her mother introduced her to tennis when she was three years old since she liked the sport.
Ons Jabeur’s relationship status
Jabeur is married to Karim Kamoun, a former fencer who is also her fitness instructor and is Tunisian-Russian. She speaks Arabic, English, and French quickly, and she is now learning Russian because her spouse does. Andy Roddick was her favorite tennis player when she was younger. She enjoys watching and playing football and supports Real Madrid CF and Étoile Sportive du Sahel.
Ons Jabeur’s Background in Education
From the age of four to the age of thirteen, labor trained with coach Nabil Mlika. She first began working with him at a tennis promotion center at her school. She could only practice on courts at surrounding hotels when she was ten because her club lacked its tennis courts. Jabeur relocated to Tunis’s capital when she was twelve years old to train at the Lycée Sportif El Menzah, a national sports high school for aspiring athletes, where she stayed for several years. She later had training in France and Belgium beginning at the age of 16.
Before the 2017 French Open, where Jabeur won her first two Grand Slam main-draw matches, she was one of 12 athletes to earn an International Player Grand Slam Grant from the Grand Slam Development Fund. Qatar Airways started endorsing her in 2020.
After making it to the third round of the US Open and securing a spot in the top 100 that year, Jabeur earned the 2019 Arab Woman of the Year Award in the sports category.
Tatjana Maria, a professional tennis player whom Jabeur considers her “barbecue buddy” and whom she defeated in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships semifinals, is a personal friend of hers.
What is her net worth?
His net worth is $1.6 Million
From what nation is Ons Jabeur?
She is Tunisian-born.
Jabeur Husband: Who is He?
Karim Kamoun is her spouse.
Jabeur, did you win Wimbledon?
The third seed beat her dear buddy from Germany 6-2 3-6 6-1 to win her 11th match in a row and become the first African woman and Arab player in the Open Era to reach a major final.