Anas Jaber beat “Cairo Serena”, becoming the first Arab woman to reach the quarter-finals of a major tournament

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Tunisian Anas Jaber defeated Chinese Wang Jiang 7-6, 6-1 at the Australian Open, on Sunday, becoming the first Arab player to advance to the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam.

And “Jaber” defeated Caroline Wozniacki, formerly ranked first in the world, in the previous round to end the career of the Danish player in tennis courts, after he had previously announced retirement after the first major slams of the current season.

Today, “Jaber” surprised the fans at Margaret Court stadium with its brilliance through its diversity of skills and performance power, to seal the match in 77 minutes.

In the first group, each player tried to keep her transmission and each of them suffered an early break from her serve before the Tunisian player decided the group with a forward blow after a tie.

And the performance of the Chinese player declined significantly in the second group after being broken twice, so Al-Jaber decided the match with a forward blow again.

It is noteworthy that Wang Jiang had eliminated American star Serena Williams in the third round after winning 6-4, 6-7, 7-5, in one of the biggest surprises of the current version.

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