After missing the Australian Open due to injury, Ons Jabur made tennis history with his victory at the Masters 1000 in Madrid. Currently number 6 in the world, the Tunisian arrived at Roland Garros with an ambition to shine.
2022 season for legend
Ons Jaboor became a legend this year. She became the first Arab tennis player to win the Madrid Masters 1000, creating history on international tennis courts. It was the second title of her career after winning the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) title in Birmingham, UK last year. Thus she became the first Tunisian and Arab to win a WTA title. Jabeur said after the game in Spain: “I don’t just play for myself… I play for my country, for the Arab world, for the African continent.”
In 2017, she became the second Arab woman to break into the world’s top 100, and is now the highest-ranked woman in tennis history in the Arab world with a sixth place in the WTA rankings. She reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in 2020, the farthest North African and Arab women’s Grand Slam ever reached, matching her run at Wimbledon last year where she won. Reached the quarter finals. Comes as Tunisian Roland Garros. During the Masters 1000 in Rome, her last tournament before Paris, she reached the final where she was defeated by Polish world number 1 Inga Swistec.
Ones Labor has made Roland Garros its main objective. She confessed even after her loss in the Rome final that she thought she had the potential to win in Paris: “Obviously Roland Garros is on my mind and all these tournaments are preparation for Grand Slam. I found it hard to believe that I could win the title and be one of the best. It’s a challenge for me to know how to manage emotions. I have to be prepared both physically and mentally“. He took the opportunity to deal with all his opponents: When I hurt my wrist and had surgery, I said my goal was to win Roland Garros. After that, I heard many journalists and fans laughing at my words. I have to learn not to worry about what people say and focus on myself. When you have complete confidence in yourself, the outside world retreats and this is what I have learned over time.,
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How to watch Jabeur’s matches live at Roland Garros?
France Television will broadcast the Roland Garros tennis tournament free of charge as usual. You have two solutions to watch Roland Garros tennis matches. The first is to watch the series on television on one of the channels: France 2, France 3 or France 4. On television, France TV adopts the format of a multiplex during a football match. Another solution is to watch Roland Garros on the group’s digital platform where you can choose the match you want to watch.
Prime Video is the second broadcaster of the tournament in France. The Amazon Group channel will broadcast the night session as well as matches played on the Simone-Matthews court in full and exclusively. From the semi-finals, both the broadcasters will co-broadcast the tournament. You can also follow Roland Garros in live video on some sports betting sites. Unibet, Béticle and Parisian Sport have broadcast rights in France.
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So far Roland Garros Jabeur. I have never been successful
Ons Jabeur has competed at Roland Garros 4 times (2017, 2019, 2020, 2021). In four participations, she has reached the second week twice (2020, 2021), but has never passed the 16th round of the French Open. In 2020, he was stopped by American Danielle Collins. In 2021, she again lost to an American in the round of 16, this was against Coco Gauff.
However, looking at the Tunisian’s level on clay since the start of the 2022 season, everything suggests he should go past the knockout stages this year. However, we know that the women’s circuit sometimes has many surprises for us.
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