Anas Jaber loses attendance "hot fans" In the 2022 Wimbledon final

Today, Saturday, Tunisian star Anas Jaber will play a historic match in the final of the 2022 Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the third of four Grand Slams, with a total prize pool of over £40 million.

The Wimbledon 2022 tennis title was capped by Anas Jaber and Kazakh Elena Rybakina, and the two players reached the Grand Slam final for the first time in their history.

Anas Jaber hopes to become the first Arab and African player to win a Grand Slam title.

Anas Jaber expressed her regret at the absence of her parents from the Wimbledon final due to their lack of UK entry visas.

And local media in Tunisia quoted Kamal Dakish, Tunisian Minister of Sports and Youth, as saying that he would attend the match but Anas would not have the full support of her family members at Wimbledon.

She told BBC Sport: “My brother Hatem is planning to come from Tunisia and I hope he will be here on time, but unfortunately the rest of my family does not have visas. It will be difficult for them, but they will support me.” from Tunisia.”

And the tennis star continued: “My parents, Samira and Reda, and my sister Yasmin can’t come to London, but it would be great if my brother Hatem and maybe my son-in-law too. Now I hope it will be a wonderful Saturday.”

Matches Jaber has a wide audience in Tunisia, where she is called the “Minister of Happiness”. The Minister of Youth and Sports said that “when Jaber returns home, a public reception will be organized in honor of Jaber.”

Anas said: “I heard that the celebration at home after my win in the semi-final was crazy and it would be even crazier if I won on Saturday. I like to see the happiness of the Tunisians, although it is a difficult moment for them. .”

Source: media

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