Jabeur: “I always wanted to be number one in the world”
In an interview with the Tennis portal, the Tunisian tennis player opened after becoming the first Arab tennis player to enter the Top-10 of the WTA ranking.
Jabeur continues to make history in the world of tennis. The Tunisian tennis player has become the first player to enter the Top-10 of the WTA ranking after her great performance in Indian Wells, where she fell in the semifinals of the tournament against Paula Badosa, eventually champion.
In an interview with the Tennis portal, Jabeur showed her ambition for what is her great dream: to be number one in the world. “I always wanted to be in the Top-10, even before I was 16. And I also always wanted to be number one in the world. I know that the Top-10 is the beginning and that I deserve to be here a long time, because I am playing very well “.
Jabeur now has another difficult mission: to stay in the elite of the WTA circuit. “I want to show that I deserve to be here, among the top ten in the world. I am learning every day and I try to control everything. It is not easy and many people do not understand how complicated it is,” said the Tunisian, who hopes to maintain this level at the end of the year and for the 2022 season.