Tunisian tennis professional Ons Jabeur is easily one of the most impressive North African tennis players. She first rose to prominence when she won the 2011 French Open Girls’ title. She also reached the Final the year prior to that, making sure that she set a pattern for what is sure to be a fantastic career: learning from her mistakes.
So far, she has reached as high as 83rd in the WTA Singles rankings. A committed professional who has already won seven titles on the ITF circuit, the 24-year-old has the potential to leave a very impressive legacy indeed.
Her first ITF Final, the ITF Monastir in Tunisia, ended in a loss to Elise Tamaela. However, she rebounded to win her first career trophy in Antalya, defeating Sandra Zaniewska. Wins came in Casablanca & Tunis, before a run of wins in both Japan and Canada came. Back-to-back losses in Nantes and Landisville have seen a four-tournament winning run, though, with wins in Daytona Beach, Sunrise, Tunis and, most recently, Manchester.
With her career well and truly back on the right track, Jabeur looks set to make the step up to competing at WTA Finals level in no time.