Ons Jabeur is among the top players in women’s tennis currently. In 2022, the Tunisian reached the final of two consecutive Grand Slams, Wimbledon and the US Open, only to lose against Elena Rybakina and Iga Swiatek respectively.
Earlier this year, at the Charleston Open, where she emerged as the winner, she was asked a few really interesting questions. The Tunisian was asked about her opinion on having a romantic photoshoot with Hollywood star, Ryan Gosling.
Ons Jabeur on the idea of a romantic photoshoot with Ryan Gosling:
“I mean, my husband is not here so maybe… Ryan where are you?!”
Someone call Ryan Gosling so we can get this photoshoot asap 😂 pic.twitter.com/IIFNUx5Wl8
— The Tennis Letter (@TheTennisLetter) April 9, 2023
The 28-year-old replied to the question playfully, saying that her husband was not present there, so she could not think of having one. Consequently, she also jokingly tried finding Gosling. As a result, “I mean, my husband is not here so maybe… Ryan where are you?!” Jabeur said.
Tennis star Ons Jabeur’s husband and family
The two-time Grand Slam finalist is currently married to Karim Kamoun. He was a professional fencer earlier, and he also won numerous competitions. However, he currently works as a fitness instructor with his wife.
Jabeur and Kamoun started dating in 2015, and after two years of seeing each other, the couple tied the knot in November 2015. Since then, the couple has been living happily and peacefully.
Although the couple got married in 2015, they do not have any children yet. A possible reason behind it could be that the Tunisian tennis professional is currently focusing on his career.
How has Ons Jabeur been performing this year?
However, in 2023, Jabeur hasn’t been really lucky. She reached the semifinal of the Adelaide International 1, while at the Australian Open, she was eliminated in the second round by Vondrousova. She entered Indian Wells seeded second but again, she was eliminated by the Czech Republic’s Marketa Vondrousova.
After a similarly disappointing result at the Miami Open, she triumphed over Belinda Bencic to win her season’s first title at the Charleston Open. Playing at the Stuttgart Open, Ons Jabeur retired in the first set of the semifinal following an injury against Poland’s Iga Swiatek. Due to her calf injury, she withdrew from the Madrid Open.
— Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) May 17, 2023
Making her return at the Italian Open, she was seeded fourth as she was expected to give a great performance. However, the two-time Grand Slam finalist failed to leave an impact as she lost against Paula Badosa in her Round of 64 fixture. As the French Open arrives, Ons Jabeur will look forward to giving her best shot.