Third quarterfinal at the 46th Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
Ons Jabeur vs Beatriz Haddad Maia
On the schedule today at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix are the quarterfinals. The day’s third singles will see the world No. 4 Ons Jabeur from Tunisia take on the Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia who is world ranked No. 14. Did you know that...
...Ons Jabeur is ahead 1-0 in the head-to-heads with Beatriz Haddad Maia? The only meeting to date came in the first round of the ITF hard court tournament in Joué-lès-Tours, France in 2016 – Jabeur won 6-4, 6-4. Both players were world ranked outside the Top 100.
...Beatriz Haddad Maia has won eight times against Top 10 players? Six have come since March 2022.
...Ons Jabeur made her Porsche Tennis Grand Prix debut last year? She missed out on progressing after losing to the Spaniard Paula Badosa.
...Beatriz Haddad Maia is the only Brazilian in the world Top 100?
...Ons Jabeur is on a six-match winning streak? Before beating Jelena Ostapenko in her opening match, she claimed the title at the WTA tournament in Charleston.
...Beatriz Haddad Maia was world ranked No. 65 this time last year? She has since moved up to No. 14.
...Ons Jabeur has already reached two semifinals in 2023? The Tunisian stood in the penultimate round in Adelaide and Charleston where she went on to win the title.
...Ons Jabeur has enjoyed 39 wins on clay since the start of 2020? No other WTA Tour player has posted so many wins on the surface.
...Beatriz Haddad Maia posted particularly good results on grass last year? The Brazilian was the first woman to win both the per-Wimbledon tournaments in Nottingham and Birmingham.
...Ons Jabeur is only the second Tunisian to play at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix? The first was Selima Sfar in 2010.
...Beatriz Haddad Maia has amassed 17 tournament wins on the smaller ITF Tour?
...Ons Jabeur won the French Open juniors in 2011? And that even though she was forced to take a five-month break from the game after having wrist surgery in October 2010.
...Ons Jabeur made history at last year’s Wimbledon? The Tunisian was the first ever African and Arab woman in a Grand Slam final.
...Ons Jabeur has enjoyed her biggest win on clay? In 2022, she won the WTA 1000 tournament in Madrid where she beat the American Jessica Pegula in the final.
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