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Tunisian player Anas Jafar chose between Real Madrid and Mohamed Salah

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Anas Zafar, the Tunisian champion and winner of the Madrid Tennis Championship, revealed his footballing tendencies and position regarding the upcoming match between Liverpool and Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Anas Jaber said in a televised statement: “I encourage Real Madrid, but I want Mohamed Salah to win and warm up the title for him because he’s really proud of the Arabs.”

He added, “I’m a huge fan of Salah and I love him and his successes. He gives me the motivation to be the best player in my tennis career.”

The Tunisian star has mentioned that he has another role model in the world of football, the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Anas Jafar drew attention last Saturday, after becoming the first Arab and African player to win the Madrid Tennis Championship, in the final against American Jessica Bequila, winning by two sets to one: (7-5), (0-6) and (6-2).

The Champions League final will be played between Liverpool and Real Madrid on Saturday, May 28 at the State de France in the capital, Paris. 2018 edition between the two teams.


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