Ons Jabeur: I’m Doing Everything I Can To Win A Slam In 2023, I’m Going For It!
After coming up short twice in Grand Slam finals, Ons Jabeur is eager to take that next step and become a champion on the highest of levels.
The Tunisian was among the surprise stars of 2022 reaching the Wimbledon and US Open finals only to be denied by Elena Rybakina and Iga Swiatek, respectively.
Those results plus her biggest title in Madrid has given her hope to win Tunisia’s first Grand Slam title.
“I’m glad that I got the experience enough to have two finals in a Grand Slam,” Jabeur told the Adelaide press yesterday. “We’ve worked really hard to improve a lot of things during the pre-season. We are more aware of my game. I am more aware of my body, my game. It’s a great thing>
“I’m doing everything possible to win a Grand Slam, and for me, I’m just going to go for it. This year, 2023, is about just be free and play my game on the court.”
Jabeur is the top seed at Adelaide this week where she is joined by Aryna Sabalenka, Rybakina, Anett Kontaveit and Victoria Azarenka.
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