Anas Jaber qualified after her victory in the third preliminary round over Polish Magda Linate, in two groups to one.
Despite her delay in a group without a response (6-3), the Tunisian player managed to tighten her absolute control over the match, and turned the table on her 45th-ranked opponent, and decided the result in her favor in the second and third groups (6-0) and then (6-1), to set a date New with the first rounds of the Grand Slam tournaments.
Anas Jaber puts her previous experiences in the “Roland Garros” tournaments in the balance in order to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in her career, after she failed last year to reach this role, when she lost to American Daniela Collins by two sets to one.
Before her match against Magda Linate, Jaber, ranked 26 in the international rankings of women’s tennis for the month of May, made remarkable performances at Roland Garros 2021 that enabled her to reserve a place in the final price, as she beat Yulia Putintseva from Kazakhstan in two sets without a response, in the first round. In the second round, the Australian Astra Sharma, with the same result.
Jaber hopes to be the first Arab tennis player to qualify for the quarter-finals of Roland Garros, after she achieved that feat at the Australian Open Tennis Championships in January 2020.
The Tunisian player had defeated the Danish Caroline Wozniacki, then the Chinese Wang, before losing in the quarter-finals to American Sofia Kenin, who later won the title.
Thanks to her brilliance in the yellow ball courts, Jaber has made a giant leap in the classification of professional tennis players, as she ranked 26th last May, which is her best ranking since her professional tennis in 2012, but she stands before a historic opportunity to enter the list of the best twenty tennis players in the world if Her victory Monday over American Cory Gough, and qualifying for the quarter-finals of Roland Garros
Anas Jaber was born in the city of Ksar Hilal, in central Tunisia, on August 28, and learned the origins of tennis from her mother, who was a player, who taught her the origins of yellow ball from her early childhood before joining the tennis club in Monastir when she was nine years old, and then continued her rise in the professional world since 2012 to become the best Arab and African tennis player.
Jaber won the Tunisia International Championship in 2013, 2014 and 2016, the Casablanca (Morocco) and Antalya (Turkey) championships in 2010, and the Roland Garros Open for young women in 2011, and she also reached the final of the Moscow Open in, and the final of the Charleston US Open this year.