World number 78, Tunisian star Anas Jaber, continued her brilliance in the Australian Open tennis, the first of the four major tournaments of the season, by achieving the most prominent achievement in her professional career in the major tournaments, after the victory over the Danish Caroline Wozniacki, in a match that came as a sad farewell to the former world number one Wozniacki being the last in her career after last December she announced her retirement from playing at the end of the Australian Championship
Jaber succeeded in overcoming Wozniacki by two groups for one group (7-5, 3-6, 7-5), to be the last player to beat the Danish player, Caroline Wozniacki (29 years), who previously succeeded in winning the Australian Championship 2018, in a march that extended to 14 years in yellow soccer fields, during which Caroline won 30 titles, and won for 71 weeks at the top of the global ranking of professional players starting from 2010, and won nearly $ 35 million in cash prizes.
Anas Jaber had achieved its best results in the world of yellow ball in both the two Roland Garros tournaments 2017 and Flushing Meadows 2019 when she reached the third round of both tournaments, but she is in Melbourne and by her victory over Wozniacki, she achieved the most prominent achievement reaching the fourth round, knowing that she started the Australian Championship By beating top-ranked players, after Britain's Johanna Conta was eliminated by two clean sets in the first round, and then the French Caroline Garcia was beaten by three sets without charge.
In turn, Wozniacki called the Australian Championship affected by tears, commenting: "I do not cry usually, but after a lively walk in the yellow soccer fields, the moment of the end came with the loss against Tunisian Anas Jaber, who achieved her best result in the major tournaments by reaching the fourth round of the Australian championship. And wish her all the best. "