Who is Australian Tennis star Ons Jabeur husband? married & earnings
Ons Jabeur, a Tunisian tennis star started playing on the ITF women’s circuit at 14. now became the latest seeded player to be handed an early exit from the Australian Open in a humbling defeat by Marketa Vondrousova. Jabeur become the first African and the first Arab woman tennis player since 1968 . She has a career-high Women’s Tennis Association ranking of world No. 2, achieved on 27 June 2022. Ons Jabeur is the current No. 1 Tunisian player, and the highest-ranked African and Arab tennis player in WTA and ATP rankings history. Come down to more about Ons jabeur husband, net worth, married and many more:
Ons Jabeur husband, married life, children
She is happily married to Karim Kamoun. Ons Jabeur husband Karim is an Russian-Tunisian with an impressive sporting pedigree of his own and now works as a fitness coach. He is professional fencer who has represented Tunisia in numerous international tournaments; and master’s degree in sports science and in 2017 made the transition from his own sporting career to becoming Jabeur’s physical trainer. Regularly, participated in the African Fencing Championships and Pan Arab games.
Jabeur and Karim started dating in 2013. After two of long relationship, the couple tied the knot in 2015. Tennis star confirmed the news via Twitter “Happy To announce and Karim just got married”. They post photos of their wedding. Ons Jabeur met her husband Karim Kamoun as a former fencer who turned fitness coach later.
Ons Jabeur and Karim Kamoun husband both became wildly popular in their home country, the World No. 2 is more than happy to be in. The fans were happy to see them together. Karim is active on Instagram with 54.1K followers where he posts with photos their wife, awards and many more players.
The pair have no kids as of now. Though she did praise her close friend Tatjana Maria, who she beat in the Wimbledon semi-final, for continuing to play tennis at the highest level at the age of 34.
People become happy by seeing them happy together. Last year, Ons became the first Arab player, man or woman, to be ranked in the world’s top 10. Finally, she will play the final match of the US Open 2022 against Iga Swiatek, so wait and see.
How rich is Australian tennis player Ons Jabeur? Net Worth, Salary and Earnings?
Jabeur is the fastest growing tennis player who won many tournaments for Australia. Ons Jabeur net worth can be estimated $6.5 million for now. Jabeur lost the final from Markéta Vondroušová yesterday at the tournament Australian Open. But besides that, she accumulated over $7.65 million of prize money from earlier games. Around $3.42 came in 2022 alone. Currently, she is ranked 85th on WTA 2022 season’s money list.
In February 2022, Ons Jabeur Tunisian tennis star signed a sponsorship contract with Talan, an innovation consulting firm ranked world No. 2, announced that she has signed with the involvement sports management agency founded by four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka. The first two major finals at Wimbledon and the US Open in the previous year, and is also the January 2023 cover star of Vogue Arabia, shared the news on twitter saying “New year, new beginnings”.
Jabeur “the Arab Woman of the Year Award” in 2019 she won. In the 2020 Australian Open,she became ” the first Arab woman” to reach a major quarterfinal, a feat repeated at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships.The first Arab woman to win a WTA Tour title in the 2021 Birmingham Classic She became.
Ons Jabeur Biography, sibling, education
Ons Jabeur was born on 28 august 1994 in Ksar Hellal, Monastir, Tunisia. His parents were Samira and Ridha Jabeur.Jabeur grew up in the larger nearby coastal town of Sousse.she has two older brothers, Hatem and Marwen, and an older sister.. Jabeur, inspired from his mother, played tennis recreationally and introduced her to the sport at the age of three. She is also trained under coach Nabil Mlika for ten years from ages four to thirteen, currently starting to work with him at a tennis promotion Centre at her school.
At ten years old, her club did not have their own tennis courts so she could only train on courts at nearby hotels. At twelve years old, she moved to the capital city of Tunis to train at the Lycée Sportif El Menzah, a national sport high school for the country’s up-and-coming athletes. Ons Jabeur also later trained in Belgium and France starting at the age of 16. Growing up, Jabeur said, “My parents sacrificed a lot of things – my mom used to drive me everywhere around Tunisia to go play the tournaments, and she encouraged me to go to school for study. That a big sacrifice to see her little girl going for a dream that, honestly, wasn’t 100% guaranteed. Her mother believed in me and gave me the confidence to be there. Jabeur gives credited to his parents for her success.
How old is Ons Jabeur? Height and weight
Coming this August 28, she will celebrate her 29th birthday. As compare to other female Tennis stars in Australia, she is 1.67 m (5 ft 6 inches) and weighs 66 kg.