Ons Jabeur has announced her return to form with an impressive victory at the Credit One Charleston Open. The Tunisian player did not drop a set en route to winning the tournament, which included defeating last year’s champion, Belinda Bencic, in the final.
Jabeur’s performance drew praise from her opponents, with Daria Kasatkina saying, “She’s baaaack!” before losing to Jabeur in the semifinals.
Jabeur’s victory in Charleston is a testament to her hard work and determination. The 26-year-old has been steadily improving in recent years, reaching a career-high ranking of No. 27 in 2020.
Jabeur’s unique style of play, which includes a range of creative shots, has earned her many admirers on tour. Her ability to stay calm under pressure and win important points has also been key to her success.
The win in Charleston is Jabeur’s first title in the United States and her fourth WTA title overall. The victory is an important milestone for Jabeur, who will be looking to build on this success in the coming weeks and months.
With important clay-court tournaments such as the Madrid Open and the French Open coming up, Jabeur will be hoping to continue her good form and make an impact on the tour.