This handsome guy is Karim Kamoun and he is the husband of Tunisian tennis player Ons Jabeur. Ons turned pro in 2010, she reached her highest career ranking of world #2 on June 27, 2022. She has been working with former Tunisian Davis Cup champion turned coach Issam Jellali since 2020. So far Ons Jabeur has won $6.24 million.
Ons Jabeur Parents
Ons Jabeur is one of four children born to Ridha Jabeur and Samira Jabeur, also proud parents to Ons’ brothers Marwen and Hatem Jabeur and sister Yasmine.
Ons’ momma Samira, who played recreational tennis introduced her to tennis when she was a three-year-old girl. After watching Jabeur’s potential, Samira Jabeur hired coach Nabil Mlika, who trained Ons until she turned thirteen. Both Samira and Ridha Jabeur have been IOns’ biggest supporters, their time and the sacrifices they made for their daughter’s career didn’t go unnoticed.
“My parents sacrificed a lot of things – my mom used to drive me everywhere around Tunisia to go play the tournaments, and she encouraged me to go to a special school to study. That was a big sacrifice to see her little girl going for a dream that, honestly, wasn’t 100% guaranteed. She believed in me and gave me the confidence to be there.”
Ons Jabeur Height
Ons Jabeur born on August 28, 1994, in Ksar Hellal, Tunisia stands at 5’6 or 1.67 m; her weight is 146 lb. or 66 kg. She has been playing professionally since 2010; since then Jabeur has won three singles career titles and 3 doubles titles.
- Height: 146lb. / 66 kg.
- Weight: 5’6/ 1.67 m.
- DOB: August 28, 1994.
- Hometown: Ksar Hellal, Tunisia
- Parents: Samira and Ridha Jabeur
- Siblings: Sister Yasmine and brothers Marwen and Hatem Jabeur.
- Husband: Karim Kamoun
- Children: None.
Ons Jabeur Tennis
Ons Jabeur had just celebrated her 13th birthday when she made her debut at the 2007 IFT Junior Circuit and her Junior Gram Slam debut at the 2009 US Open, where she lost to Laura Robson.
Her best Gram Slams results have been 3rd round at the US Open in 2019, 2020 and 2021; 4th round at the 2020 and 2021 French Open; quarterfinals at the 2020 Australian Open and Semifinals at Wimbledon in 2022.
Ons Jabeur represented Tunisia at the 2o10 Youth Olympics in Singapore, (eliminated in QF), 2012 London Olympics, 2014 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Ons Jabeur Net Worth
As of June 2022, Ona Jabeur’s net worth has been estimated at $7 million; in addition to her career earnings, Jabeur has endorsements deals with Lotto Sport Italia, Wilson, Maximilian Jewelry, Haval Automotive, Tunisie Telecom, Joossoor, Top Five Management, and Qatar Airways.
Ons Jabeur Husband
Ons Jabeur and her husband Karim Kamoun got married on October 31, 2015; they don’t have any children yet.
Russian-Tunisian Karim Kamoun is a former fencer and Jabeur’s fitness coach since 2017. Karim Kamoun graduated from Lycee Sportif d’El Menzeh from where he graduated with a master’s degree in sports science.
Karim Kamoun is one of two children born to Abdelwahab Kamoun and Raissa Kamoun, her father born in Tunisia studied physical education at the Sportive en Moscow, he worked at Jeaunesse et Sports for several year.
Karim’s mom, Raissa was born in Moscow, Russia; she is a professor at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Physical education. Karim’s sister Lilia Kamoun is a former gymnast and dancer.