All you need to know about Egyptian tennis champion Mayar Sherif
New success achieved by Egyptian tennis player Mayar Sherif, after defeating her Serbian competitor Alexandra Krunch, to ensure her qualification to the main role of the Australian Open tennis tournament in a historic achievement.
"She makes history ... Mayar Sherif will raise the Egyptian flag in the 2021 tournament." This is how the official account of the tournament described on Twitter, the achievement of Mayar Sharif after her victory over Krunch.
After this new achievement by the tennis player, Mayar Sherif becomes the first Egyptian woman to qualify for the main round of the Australian Open tennis tournament, the first Grand Slam tournament this year.
Mayar Sharif is considered the first Egyptian player in history to reach the main role in one of the Grand Slam tournaments after achieving the achievement of Roland Garros last October, and she is also the first Egyptian to qualify for the Olympic Games, and will play in the Tokyo Olympics 2021.
Who is Mayar Sharif?
Mayar Sherif Ahmed Abdel Aziz, born in Cairo on May 5, 1996, is an Egyptian tennis player, Mayar studied at Pepperdine University, which is located near Malibu (California), and obtained a bachelor's degree in sports medicine in 2018 and was part of the university's women's tennis team .
Mayar Sharif studied at Lycee El Horreya School in Bab El-Louk in 2014 and traveled to the United States to complete her studies there, and started playing tennis at the age of 5 years. She also has 3 sisters, Rana, Rawan and Dalia, and her sister Rana also practices tennis, and they played together as a team in university tournaments. In the United States.
Mayar Sharif had the highest average in the WTA singles rankings with a total of 171, in doubles 268, which took place on the 16th of March 2020.
Mayar won eight singles and six doubles titles in the ITF Women's Circuit, played for Egypt in the Fed Cup, and scored a 10-14 win / loss, and Mayar won the 2019 African Games.