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Tunisian tennis star Anas Jaber has asked for tickets to the match between Spanish tennis legend Rafael Nadal and his teammate Real Madrid and his guest Manchester City at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Wednesday. The semi-finals of the European Champions League in football.
Jaber, ranked 10th in the world, avenged Switzerland’s Belinda Bencic and beat him 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 on Monday to advance to the quarter-finals of the Madrid match at the Clay Stadium. Encouragement for Real Madrid to try to overcome its backward setback. 3-4.
Last week, Nadal, who holds 21 major tennis titles, scored an honorary kickoff in the match between Real Madrid and Espanyol before the capital team finished its 35th title in the league.
“I have no ticket or anything. But I know a good guy named Rafael Nadal,” said Jaber, who became the first Arab woman to make the top ten list in the world.
“Tell them to play both of our matches at the same time, and then we’ve going to support Real Madrid against Manchester City. My coach and my husband also want to go. They need me, let’s go. Hala Madrid.!”
Last month, Jaber fell in a three-set match that lasted two hours and 35 minutes in the final of the Charleston Championships against gold medalist Benciq at the Tokyo Olympics.
The Tunisian avenged Penzik, who fired her from the same role in Madrid last year, claiming her first victory over the Swiss in the third clash between them.
The 27-year-old Jaber will face two-time champion in 2016 and 2017, as well as former world number one Simona Halep of Romania.
After winning the Birmingham English Championship on the lawn last year and becoming the first Arab player to win a title in the WTA tournament, the Tunisian player is still looking forward to his second title.
Jaber and Halep (21 worldwide) meet for the fourth time, but meet for the first time on clay, and the Romans beat Tunisia 2-1, the last time they met in Dubai in the same quarterfinals this year and in the 16th round in 2020, in the 64th round. Won.
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