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Jabeur announces new partnership with Qatar Airways
Published Dec 09, 2020
This year, Jabeur surprised the world when she made a deep quarterfinal run at the Australian Open, becoming the first female Arab player to reach the last eight at a major.
Her tremendous success on the court has led to a sponsorship deal with Qatar Airlines.
The 26-year-old announced the exciting new partnership to her over 200,000 followers on Instagram.
"As a professional tennis player, I travel extensively around the world and Qatar Airways is one of the greatest airlines I have been [traveling] with," Jabeur wrote. "I look forward to enjoying their fabulous service and comfort as much as possible over the coming year!"
Jabeur will also be donning a Qatar Airways logo on all of her match attire in 2021. Qatar has very strong ties to Jabeur's home country Tunisia and has been operating flights to the African destination since 2005.
"We are excited to welcome Ons to the Qatar Airways portfolio of top sport partnerships as Brand Ambassador. Ons is a talented, hardworking sportswoman and we look forward to supporting her goal of breaking into the world’s Top 30 women’s tennis players," said Qatar's Senior Vice President Marketing and Corporate Communications Salam Al Shawa.
Jabeur currently sits at world No. 31 and is the first Arab player to break the Top 40.