Anas Jaber continues her brilliance in the “Wimbledon” tennis tournament with a historic achievement (video) | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


Tunisian tennis player Anas Jaber, 26, qualified for the quarter-finals of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, after defeating Poland’s Iga Swatic in the final price of the international tournament.

Anas Jaber and the historical achievement

Tunisian Anas Jaber succeeded after defeating her Polish rival, Iga Swatic, in the final price of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, to win 7-5, 6-1, 6-1, to qualify for the quarter-finals in a historic Arab achievement.

And the player Jaber became the second player among men and women to qualify for the final price of the Wimbledon Championships in the British capital, “London”, after the Egyptian Ismail Al-Shafei, who was the first Arab player to achieve this achievement in 1974 AD, about 47 years ago.

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Tunisian Jaber, ranked 24th in the world, presented an impressive performance in the second and third groups, to overthrow the Polish player, ranked ninth in the world, in a match that lasted for one hour and 41 minutes, in a match that witnessed strength and excitement between the two stars.

The most important international tournaments

Wimbledon is one of the three Grand Slams of tennis, and some consider it the most important of all.

It is scheduled to face the Tunisian Anas Jaber in the quarter-finals of the Belarusian championship, “Arina Sabalenka”, the second seed in the tournament, who qualified at the expense of the Kazakh “Yelina Rybakpna” by winning two sets for one 3-6, 6-3 in the final price round of the competition.

Anas Jaber and nicknames

Tunisian Jaber has made an outstanding performance this season, becoming the first Arab player to win a title in the Women’s Professional League after being crowned in Birmingham, England.

Anas Jaber won 11 singles titles and one doubles title in the International Women’s Tennis Federation, and reached her only WTA Final in 2018 at the first level of the Kremlin Cup in Russia.

And Jaber reached earlier in the singles finals twice for juniors in the major tennis tournaments, specifically at the Roland Garros International Tournament in 2010 and 2011.

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