5th in the world Ons Jabeur says one of the reasons she chose to begin her summer on hard courts in San Jose is because she had only heard good things about the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic. The 27-year-old Jabeur will make her San Jose debut on the hard courts.
Jabeur received a first-round bye in the competition as the third-seeded participant in the San Jose main event. In the round of 16, Madison Keys will face Jabeur. “I was unable to go last year. According to The San Francisco Chronicle, Jabeur described traveling to San Jose as having a very tight schedule.
But because this event was the talk of the town, I had to go check it out for myself.
Jabeur considers her Wimbledon performance
After conquering Berlin, Jabeur went 11-0 throughout the grass season by winning six more matches at Wimbledon.
In her maiden Grand Slam final, Jabeur really got off to a strong start, but Elena Rybakina came back to win 3-6 6-2 6-2. She remarked on Monday, “I chatted a lot with my staff because I like to learn a lot. It took a long time for my team to read my percentages, they told me in quite candid terms.
However, everyone was encouraging. I didn’t want to make a big deal out of it, but in all honesty, I felt like I had a wonderful time and they were happy with what I did, so it was encouraging when I went back to practice.
As she is traveling alone to San Jose for her first competition after Wimbledon, Jabeur chose to take a slightly different strategy. “On my own here. Jabeur stated, “I just want to learn how to deal with myself. “I’ll take it one match at a time and see what happens,” said the player. It is uncertain whether Jabeur will be able to win her third championship this week in San Jose.