Ons Jabeur is a Tunisian professional tennis player. She has been ranked as high as world No. 2 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).

Ons jabeur : Press conference | Net worth | Husband

Jabeur was first introduced to tennis at age three by her mother. She reached two junior major girls’ singles finals at the French Open in 2010 and 2011, winning the latter and becoming the first Arab to win a junior major since 1964.

Ons jabeur : Press conference | Net worth | Husband

After nearly a decade playing primarily at the ITF level, Jabeur started competing more regularly on the WTA Tour beginning in 2017. She won the Arab Woman of the Year Award in 2019.

At the 2020 Australian Open, Jabeur became the first Arab woman to reach a major quarterfinal, a feat repeated at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships. She became the first Arab woman to win a WTA Tour title at the 2021 Birmingham Classic.

Jabeur won her biggest title to date at the 2022 Madrid Open, a WTA 1000 event, becoming the first Tunisian and Arab player to win at this level, and reached her first major final at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships.

Press conference 

Speaking during her press conference after the final against Swiatek, the new World No. 2 opened up about her emotions after both those matches, disclosing that she dealt with her Wimbledon loss by crying and letting out her built-up emotions.

At Wimbledon, Jabeur became the first woman from Africa to reach a Grand Slam singles final, and regretted the fact that it did not translate into a historic title for the continent.

“Well, I cried. First thing I did. But it was good to let out some emotions,” Ons Jabeur said when asked about her method of dealing with the Wimbledon loss. “Yeah, didn’t play for a week. It was huge in Tunisia. I’m going to tell you, I did rest but not really because I had a lot of things to do.”

Jabeur further expressed that she will try to enjoy her US Open success a bit more and even get some well deserved rest after a hectic hardcourt swing. She will then get back to work with an aim to end the season on a positive note.

“Definitely this time I’m going to enjoy a little bit my time, enjoy these two weeks, rest a little bit and prepare for the end of the season. Just another tournament coming up, also in Tunisia, so it’s going to be great for me to prepare for it,” she added.

Ons jabeur net worth 

Ons Jabeur is a Tunisian professional tennis player who has  net worth of $5 million.

Ons jabeur : Press conference | Net worth | Husband

  • Net worth  :  $5 Million 

Jabeur has endorsement deals with Qatar National Bank Tunisia, Tunisie Telecom and Talan (a consulting company). She is sponsored by Lotto for clothing and Wilson for racquets.

At the 2020 Australian Open, Ons reached the quarterfinals then at the French Open in 2020 she reached the fourth round. At the 2021 French Open she also reached the fourth round.


Karim Kamoun is the husband of Ons Jabeur and someone who is very proud and happy for his wife.

Karim Kamoun is a professional fencer from Tunisia also. They got married at a happy ceremony in 2015.

Kamoun also has a master’s degree in sports science and in 2017 made the transition from his own sporting career to becoming Jabeur’s physical trainer.

Ons jabeur : Press conference | Net worth | Husband

Jabeur said of the public reaction to them: “When I go back to Tunisia, people are very happy to see me.

“Even when they’re driving, people sometimes clap and cheer for me.

“My husband, Karim, jokes he doesn’t want to go to the shopping mall with me anymore because it gets too busy with people coming up to me. But I love it.

“It is great connecting with people, it is part of my journey. I love seeing them and seeing their support.

By Rishabh

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