By winning the Berlin Open, Ons Jabeur now ranks third in the world rankings. But the match against Swiss Belinda Bencic was especially marked by the Tunisian player’s superb fair play.
After an hour of playing Anas Jaber The advantage was over her opponent, as she was leading 6-3, 2-1, until the young Swiss player injured her ankle. After slipping on the field, pain prevented her from continuing the fight, sparring for victory by ceding the Tunisian.
Great moment of solidarity
Unable to cope with her pain, the Swiss player immediately stopped playing to sit on the bench. Next, Anas Jaber went to get some ice cream herself and I helped her keep cool to soothe her ankle. The Tunisian player later said: “The most important thing for me is that she is okay.”. She also praised the Swiss’s game, hinting that she feared being dragged into the third set for the win.
– wta (WTA) June 19, 2022
This sporting moment, which has been commented on many times on social networks, will remain engraved among the great moments Solidarity and equity in discipline.
Champion asserts herself
Last May, Ons Jabeur became the first Arab player to win the WTA 1000 title in Madrid. Today, she counts on her list His third title, at the age of 27 years. Additionally, she is the second woman to win multiple titles this year, after world number one Iga Swiatek.
The next stage draws her to the British Grand Slam that will start on June 27, where she will find her biggest competitor in the stadiums. The competition Wimbledon Announcing a big battle between the world number one and Ons Jabeur, who is gradually climbing the WTA positions.