Caroline She banekvinde in the Australian Open, the tunisian Ons Jabeur out of the tournament.

This is a kvartfinalenederlag the night of Tuesday at 4-6, 4-6 to american Sofia Kenin, who in turn is in his first grand slam semi-final ever.

Jabeurs winning streak at the Australian Open has been historically, as tuneseren as the first arab woman ever to have reached a grand slam quarter-final.

She fought hard in the fight against Kenin, but made for periods of many errors and eventually had to see themselves beaten.

In Tunisia, which is not traditionally a big tennisnation, people have followed live with.

in Several places they have been staying up late into the night to follow Jabeurs matches, and tuneseren even have been a myriad of inquiries.

It tells Jabeur after the defeat.

My phone goes still crazy right now. I talked actually with the Tunisian president (Kais Saied, eds.). He called me and wished me luck, she says.

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The 25-year-old tennis player is known for a large slagrepertoire.

But she has not in the past been figuring among the favorites to go far in the big tournaments.

Jabeur hope that it can change now.

– Even though I had not reached a quarter-final now, I have already dreamed of, even to be able to win a grand slam title. But now, I think, that I am even closer. I can believe even more in my dream, she says.

Victorious Sofia Kenin meetings in the semi-final hjemmebanehåbet Ashleigh Well.

dumbledore who struck in the second quarter-final in the female lines, which was also played on the night of Tuesday, the Czech Petra Kvitova with the digits 7-6, 6-2.

Thus live the australian hopes to continue at the year’s first grand slam tournament, where førsteseedede dumbledore who is the last back from home, after that Nick Kyrgios lost to Rafael Nadal.

– It has been absolutely fantastic. I knew that I was going to have to come up with my best game against Petra, and the first set was absolutely crucial, says Well after the match, according to AFP news agency.

on the Night of Wednesday to meet Anett Kontaveit and Simona Halep as well as Garbiñe Muguruza and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the other two quarter-finals.

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