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Ons Jabeur makes grand slam history as she reaches Wimbledon semifinals

Ons Jabeur makes grand slam history as she reaches Wimbledon semifinals
Ons Jabeur made history on the grass courts of Wimbledon Tuesday as she became the first Arab or North African woman to reach the semifinals of a grand slam.

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The world No. 3 rallied from a set down, overcoming a nervy start, to beat Marie Bouzková 3-6 6-1 6-1 on Centre Court.
But after reaching the final four, she said that it had been a long time coming for her personally.Jabeur celebrates after coming back to beat Bouzková.
"I was hoping that I could get to this stage for a long time already. I struggled a few times in the quarterfinal," Jabeur told the media afterwards.
"I was talking a little bit to (former world No. 22) Hicham Arazi, and he told me: 'Arabs always lose in the quarterfinals and we are sick of it. Please break this.' I was like: 'I'll try, my friend' ... We were just texting, and he was really happy. He was like: 'Thank you for finally making the semifinal. Now, you can really go and get the title.'"
For Jabeur, a quarterfinalist at last year's Wimbledon and at the Australian Open in 2020, it was a case of finding her feet on the historic court.
After a sloppy first set, in which Bouzková's defense and speed helped unsettle Jabeur into making untimely mistakes, the Tunisian finally found her feet.
The 27-year-old hit more winners than errors in the final two sets, winning eight consecutive games from 2-1 in the second set.
And she won eight of the last nine points in the final set to clinch an important and groundbreaking victory.
Jabeur will face fellow first-time semifinalist Tatjana Maria for a spot in the final.
Maria is enjoying her own remarkable run in reaching the semifinals, just 15 months after the birth of her second daughter.
The German and Jabeur are good friends away from tennis, with Jabeur admitting the world No. 103 is her "BBQ buddy."
"It's so nice to see her with her babies on tour. The fact that she really came back and did everything and, really, she deserves to be here," Jabeur said. "She had a really tough draw, winning against (Jelena) Ostapenko, winning against (Maria) Sakkari. Really, she played really good. I know she could play really good on grass.
"Obviously, it's tough to play her and I was joking with (Maria's first daughter) Charlotte, I was telling her: 'Are you going to support me or your mom?' I'm trying to turn all the kids to my side ... I'm really happy for her that she's getting what she deserves. I know she struggled a lot. It's not easy coming back after having two babies. It's going to be a great match between us, a lot of respect, for sure."
Recovering from a bounce, the world No. 3 overcame a nervous start to beat Marie Bouzková 3-6 6-1 6-1 on Center Court.

But after reaching the last four, she said it took a long time for her personally.

“I’ve been hoping for a long time that I could reach this stage. I fought a couple of times in the quarter-finals,” Jabeur told the media afterwards.

“I spoke to (former world No. 22) Hicham Arazi for a bit and he told me: ‘Arabs always lose in the quarterfinals and we’re fed up with it. Please break this.’ I said, “I’ll try my friend.” We just texted and he was really happy. He said: “Thank you for finally making it to the semifinals. Now you can really go and get the title.'”

For Jabeur, a quarter-finalist at last year’s Wimbledon and at the Australian Open in 2020, it was all about finding a foothold on the historic pitch.

After a sloppy first set in which Bouzková’s defense and speed helped unsettle Jabeur, causing her to make early errors, the Tunisian finally found her footing.

The 27-year-old hit more winners than errors in the final two sets, winning eight straight games going 2-1 in the second set.

And she won eight of the last nine points in the final set to claim an important and game-changing victory.

Enjoying her own remarkable run, Maria reaches the semifinals just 15 months after giving birth to her second daughter.

The German and Jabeur are good friends away from tennis, with Jabeur admitting the world No. 103 is her “BBQ pal”.

“It’s so nice to see them on tour with their babies. The fact that she really came back and did everything and she really deserves to be here,” Jabeur said. “She had a really tough draw, won against (Jelena) Ostapenko, won against (Maria) Sakkari. Really, she played really well. I know she can play really well on grass.

“Obviously she’s hard to play, and I was joking with (Maria’s first daughter) Charlotte, I said to her, ‘Are you going to support me or your mother?’ I try to get all the kids on my side… I’m really happy for her that she’s getting what she deserves. I know she fought a lot. It’s not easy coming back after two babies. It’s going to be a great game between us, lots of respect for sure.”

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