Ons Jabeur is a professional Tennis player from Tunis. She holds the number 31 ranking in the “Women’s Tennis Association” (WTA) in the globe. Ons also became the first Arabian woman to reach the “Grand Slan” tournament. It was during the “2020 Australian Open.” Ons also became the First Arabian Woman to reach the highest WTA ranking. She has succeeded to win the single titles 11 titles and a doubles category.
|Full Name||Ons Jabeur|
|Date Of Birth||August 28, 1994|
|Birth Place||Ksar Hellal, Tunisia|
|Net Worth||US $1 million (Not Verified)|
Ons Jabeur won the title in 2011. Ons is also the first Arabian to win the “Junior Grand Slam” who has also become the “Arab Woman of the Year in Sports” in 2019.
The birthplace of Ons is Ksar Hellal, Tunisia. She came into the world on August 28, 1994. Her mother’s name is Samira Jabeur. She used to play tennis as a refreshment and introduced the game to Ons Jabeur when she was three years old. Her father’s name is Ridha Jabeur. She spent most of her childhood in Sousse. Ons grew up with his elder brothers Marwen and Hatem and elder sister Yasmine.
Ons started her training at the age of four. Her coach was Nabil Milka with whom she trained for a decade. She shifted along with her family to the capital city of Tunis. There she began her training at the “Lycee Sportif El Menzah.” It was the national sport high school of the nation. Ons Jabeur was in the academy for numerous years. Ons even moved to France and Belgium for her training.
Her parents played an important role to make her achieve her dreams. There was a lot of unsureness in getting her dream come true but her mother believed in her. She used to take her to every tournament in the town.
There are no various articles concerning the academic life of Ons. According to her interview, she had to maintain time for both study and tennis. Although the name of the schools is not clear, it was regarded as a special school.
Tennis Career: Records, Open, WTA, and ITF
Ons started her junior career from the “ITF Junior Circuit.” It was during her thirteenth birthday in August 2007. She succeeded to win the doubles category of the event along with Nour Abbes. Ons also competed against Nour Abbes for the “Grade 5 Al Fatah ITF Junior Tournament” in January 2009 which was during the “Fujairah ITF Junior Tennis Championships.” Ons Jabeur also teamed up with Nour to win the doubles category. The same year, she succeeded to become the runner-up in the “Grade 2 International Junior Championships” in Morocco and also won the “Grade 2 Smash International Junior Championships” in Egypt. Both of the victories were in the singles category.
Ons also participated in the “2009 US Open.” She lost the opening game facing Laura Robson. Ons started improving her performance in the upcoming years. She even performed well in the “Junior Grand Slam” and “Grade A” tournaments in 2010. Ons also succeeded to reach the quarterfinals of the “2010 Wimbledon Championships.” Ons Jabeur won the match against Monica Puig in the “US Open.” Ons underwent left wrist surgery in November 2011. She had to take rest for five months after the surgery.
“2011 French Open” and “2011Wimbledon Championships” were the last tournaments of Ons in the “Junior” category. She became the first North African to win the “Grand Slam Tournament” i.e. “French Open” in 2011.
Likewise, Ons started her professional career at the “ITF Women’s Circuit” in 2008 who was fourteen years old while that time. She succeeded to become the runner-up in the “ITF” in both singles and doubles category in October 2009. It was a $10K tournament and she lost the match against Elise Tamela. She won her first “$10k Level” in May 2010. Ons played WTA for the first time when she was seventeen years old. She succeeded to win ITF “$25K” title for the first time in April 2013.
Ons also won the “$50K” titles against An-Sophie Mestach. It was the first time she entered the “Top 200.” She succeeded in entering the qualifying match of the “US Open” and the “2013 Wimbledon Championships.” Ons reached position 139 in the globe after winning the match against Coco Vandeweghe in the “$50K Title.” It was during the “Challenger de Saguenay.”
Ons reached number 118 in 2015. The year, she didn’t win any titles. Ons Jabeur succeeded to reach the number 193 at the end of 2016. Ons succeeded to play in all the four “Grand Slam” events in the singles category. She reached number 137 position after defeating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova during the “Dubai Tennis Championships.” She entered the “Top 100” in the same year. Ons lose her position and came out of the Top 100 list in February 2018.
She succeeded to improve her rankings to 62 after defeating Top 25 players by the end of 2018. Ons participated in all the “Grand Slam” tournaments in 2019. She succeeded to maintain her place in the 2019 season. Ons improved the ranking to number 51 by the end of the season. She also participated in the “2020 Australian Open.” She succeeded to become the First Arab Woman to reach the quarterfinal of the “Grand Slam” tournament.
Relationships and Husband
Ons tied knots with Karim Kamoun. Karim was her fitness coach in mid-2017.
Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
Ons Jabeur is active on social media platforms. She goes with the name of “Ons Janeur” on Twitter with 30.5K followers and “@onsjabeur” on Instagram with 215K followers. Her Facebook page “Ons Jabeur” has 818K followers.
Ons Jabeur Net worth
Ons has remained a part of the sports organization for longer than ten years. She has a lot of tournaments and has been honored several times. There is not much about her net worth available. According to her achievement, she must have an approximate net worth of more than $1 million.
The current age of Ons is 26 years. Ons Jabeur has a normal height of 5 feet 6 inches accompanying with a complimentary weight of 66 kgs belonging to the white ethnicity.