Tunisian Anas Jaber leaves Roland Garros
Tunisian Anas Jaber leaves Roland Garros in the first round after losing to Poland’s Magda Linate in the French Open tennis tournament.
News Center - Tunisian Anas Jaber left the French Open tennis tournament on Sunday, May 22, after losing to Poland’s Magda Linnet in the first round of the competition. This is Gaber’s second loss to Lynette in five confrontations between them so far.
Lynette avenged her loss to Jaber in the 32nd round of Roland Gaures last year.
Jaber hit hard in the first set and broke Linnett’s serve in the third game to lead 2-1, but the Polish saluted directly with a clean set to equalize 2-2.
In the fifth and ninth games, Jaber also broke Linnet’s serve to finish the set 6-3 in 37 minutes.
The Tunisian had three chances to break the Polish serve in the eighth game of the second group, but the latter won five consecutive points and decided it in her favor, tying 4-4.
Anas Jaber is reported to have eliminated Magda Lynette in the 32nd round of the 2021 Roland Garros championship.
Jaber, 27, was a candidate for the title in her fifth participation in the French championship, although she did not pass the fourth round previously.
Jaber entered the Roland Garros Championship by achieving 17 victories on clay courts and crowning her with a title in the Madrid Tournament for a thousand points, knowing that she lost the final of the Rome Championship for a thousand as well.