Ons Jabeur sets sights on world number one ranking and maiden major glory at Australian Open


Ons Jabeur sets sights on world number one ranking and maiden major glory at Australian Open

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Tunisian tennis player Ons Jabeur is targeting her first major tournament victory at the Australian Open and also hopes to reach the world No.1 ranking.

Tunisian tennis player Ons Jabeur announced on Saturday that her goal for 2023 is to become the world number one and to not lose any more finals, following a successful season where she came close to winning her first major title. 

She was the runner-up at Wimbledon and the US Open in 2022. 

She said she will use her experience from last year to be ready for the next opportunity. 

Her current goal is to not lose any more finals and to be in the second week and make finals in the Australian Open which starts on Monday. 

She also said that she will not be satisfied with matching her best performance at the Australian Open and that her goal as second ranked player in the world is to be in the second week and make finals. 

She is focused on overtaking Poland's Iga Swiatek from the top of the rankings and is not afraid to set ambitious goals for herself.

Additionally, Jabeur said that she is determined to make history by becoming the first Arab and African woman to win a Grand Slam tournament. 

She recognizes that it won't be easy, but she is willing to put in the work and make the necessary sacrifices to achieve her goal. 

She will begin her quest for a major title at the Australian Open where she will face Slovenia's Tamara Zidansek in the first round on Tuesday.

Ons Jabeur, a Tunisian tennis player, said that she welcomes pressure and will put more pressure on herself because she believes it is necessary to be one of the top players. 

She is a late bloomer, who won her first WTA title in 2021 at Birmingham and added Madrid and Berlin trophies last year. 

She is keen to make up for lost time and wants to become not only the world number one, but also wants to reach the level and discipline that comes with it. 

She wants to win more titles and most importantly wants to win a Grand Slam. 

She recognizes that many players are also hungry to achieve more and believes that the next two weeks will be very interesting. 

She also stated that her back injury is much better and that she just needed a couple of days to be ready for the Australian Open.

Jabeur said that her focus is on achieving her goals and not letting any setbacks or injuries hold her back. 

She was disappointed to have lost in the semi-finals at Adelaide earlier this month due to a back injury, but she is determined to come back stronger and make a deep run in the Australian Open. 

She said that she has been working hard to improve her game and is confident in her ability to compete at the highest level.

 Jabeur also said that she's excited to get started on Monday and will give it her all to reach her goals of becoming world number one and winning a major title.

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