The 27-year-old Tunisian tennis player, Anas Zafar, entered the rankings of the top ten players in the world for his historical record and discipline and close connection with Tunisia. .
Jaber said in her opinion after her first achievement for Arabs in the category of women and men, that her solutions in the classification released on Monday were eighth: it was a dream come true. I wanted to achieve this rank and first place in the world classification.
“It’s a start from ten,” he said, adding that he deserved the rankings long ago. The Tunisian, who is ranked eighth on the women’s professional tennis team, has been praised by top tennis players such as Swiss Roger Federer, Britain’s Andy Murray and former world number one American Billy Jean King.
Despite her brilliance against first-class players, she reached an advanced level, and despite her great confidence, that player remained loyal to his own place. Anas has said before, especially before the start of the Tokyo Olympics: I always say that nothing is hard, it is necessary to work, it is necessary to rely on yourself and believe in abilities.
He pointed out: I am responsible for the expectations of my followers, not only from Tunisia, but also from the Arabs and Africa. It is my duty to welcome them. During her interview at the Indian Wells tournament, female fans raised a banner saying, “Anas Jafar, Tunisia, we are proud of you.”
As its initiative, last July, it auctioned off its strikers to buy medical equipment and help hospitals in its country that have seen the “tsunami” waves of the Govt-19 epidemic.
She is known for her courage and strictness in playing, and she did not hesitate to stop playing in the tournament, asking one of the fans to be silent so she could focus. “It is my duty to help my country when I need it,” she said proudly.
He began to attract attention at the Australian Open in 2020 (78 worldwide) and became the first Arab player to run to the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam tournament. Last June (24 worldwide), he won the Birmingham Tournament, becoming the first Magreb athlete to achieve this feat.
Little by little, the “shark” was won by the Tunisian Asila coastal city of Qazr Hilal: experience and confidence, and many players were afraid to confront me. “In his assessment, the player learned from his mistakes, in 2019” I spoke to my team and told them that I was tired of being ranked one hundred and sixty and that I wanted to be one of the best players in the world and go a long way for a second week in the big tournaments.
He added: Starting from the Australian Championship, then I started to achieve achievements with confidence in myself, and the players were afraid to face me and did not want to play against me, I tried to impose my honor ahead of them during matches. The way it plays reflects my personality and I can’t play quietly. Everyone knows me with a smile, sometimes I get angry, I have a lot of feelings as a person, and I express it all during the competition.
Caber was born on August 28, 1994, and has played tennis in Hammam-Sauce (East) since childhood. At that time he started his first steps in the tennis advertising center at the school with his coach Nabil Malika.
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