Ons Jabeur

Ons Jabeur is a Tunisian professional tennis player who got her highest WTA ranking of No. 16 on September 27, 2021. She made history in 2021 when she became the first Arab woman to win a WTA tour title. This season, she had a WTA Tour-best 44 match victories.

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What is the networth of Ons Jabeur?

Ons Jabeur has won $3,795,895 in prize money, according to the official WTA website. She also earns thousands of dollars in bonuses and endorsement deals with brands like Lotto and Wilson. Her net worth is expected to be $7.5 to $8 million as of 2022 .


Ons Jabeur was born on August 28, 1994, in Ksar Hellal, Tunisia, under the sign of Virgo. The 27-year-old tennis star is of Tunisian descent and is of Arab heritage. She attended the Lycee Sportif El Menzah, a national sports high school, where she received her training.

Professional life and career

In August of 2007, Jabeur began competing on the ITF circuit. She made her junior Grand Slam debut two years later at the 2009 US Open, however she lost her opening match to Laura Robson. In 2010 and 2011, she reached both the junior Grand Slam girls’ singles finals at the French Open, winning the latter. In 2011, she also won the Roland Garros juniors.

Ons Jabeur was named the Arab Woman of the Year in Sports award in 2019. Photo credit: Instagram/onsjabeur

In February 2012, Jabeur made her WTA Tour main-draw debut as a wildcard at the Premier 5 Qatar Open. Despite her failure on the ITF Circuit in 2012, Jabeur won her first $25K championship in Tunis in April 2013. At the Baku Cup, she reached the quarterfinals of her second WTA tournament main draw.

Jabeur qualified for the 2014 US Open and the 2015 Australian Open main draws, although she lost her first two matches in both tournaments. She competed in all four Grand Slam singles events for the first time in 2017, but was unable to win any of them. Her breakthrough came at the French Open, where she won two main draw matches and remained in the top 100 for the remainder of the year.

Ons Jabeur won her first WTA title at the 2021 Birmingham Classic. Photo credit: Instagram/onsjabeur

Jabeur earned her first $100,000 prize in the Manchester Trophy in 2018. She reached a career high of No. 62 in the world after her excellent wins at the Premier-level Kremlin Cup. She was voted Arab Woman of the Year in Sports in 2019. At the 2020 Australian Open, she became the first Arab woman to reach the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam tournament.

Jabeur defeated Daria Kasatkina to win her maiden WTA championship at the 2021 Birmingham Classic. She also made it to the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Championships in 2021. In the ITF circuit, she has won eleven singles titles and one doubles title.

Who is The Husband of Ons Jabeur?

Karim Kamoun, Jabeur’s husband, is a happy man. Since mid-2017, her spouse, a Russian-Tunisian former fencer, has been her fitness coach.

Ons Jabeur’s husband has been serving as her fitness coach since 2017. Photo credit: Instagram/onsjabeur

After dating for two years, the couple married in 2015. They haven’t had any children together yet.

  Family background

Samira and Ridha Jabeur are the parents of Tunisian tennis star Samira Jabeur. She is the eldest of four children. She had two older brothers, Hatem and Marwen, as well as an older sister, Yasmine, with whom she grew up. Tennis was introduced to her by her mother when she was three years old. Her mother, in reality, was a casual tennis player.

Ons Jabeur’s mother introduced her to tennis when she was only three years old. Photo credit: Instagram/onsjabeur

Body  measurements

Jabeur is a tall man, at 5 feet 6 inches tall. She is a fitness-conscious athlete who weighs roughly 65 kilograms.

Ons Jabeur Wikis

REAL NAME Ons Jabeur
BIRTHDAY August 28, 1994
BIRTHPLACE Ksar Hellal, Tunisia
PROFESSION Tennis player
NET WORTH $8 million
PARENTS Samira and Ridha Jabeur
SIBLINGS Hatem, Marwen, and Yasmine