Anas Jaber regrets his parents’ absence from the Wimbledon final due to visas

Tunisia / London: the star Tunisian tennis player Anas Jaber expressed his regret over his parents’ absence from the Wimbledon final due to lack of visa to enter in Great Britain. Anas will play the final today, Saturday, against Yelena Rybakina from Kazakhstan, where she hopes to be the first African and Arab player to win a title in one of the major “Grand Slam” tournaments. THE media locals in Tunisia quoted sports and youth minister Kamal Dokish as saying he would attend the match. But Anas won’t have the full support of his family at Wimbledon. “My brother Hatem has in I plan to come from Tunisia and I hope he will be here on Saturday, but unfortunately the rest of my family don’t have visas, “he said in a statement to BBC Sport. It will be difficult for them, but in Tunisia will encourage me ”. And the star of tennis continued: “My parents Samira and Reda and my sister Yasmine cannot come to London, but it would be great if Hatem and maybe my brother-in-law were here. Now I wish you a great Saturday.” Jaber’s matches enjoy a large audience in Tunisia, where she is nicknamed the “Minister of Happiness”. The Minister of Youth and Sports said a popular reception will be organized in Jaber’s honor upon returning home. “I heard that the celebrations at home after the win in semifinals were crazy, and it would be even crazier if I won on Saturday. I like to see the happiness of Tunisians, even if it is a difficult time for them, “Anas said.” There are difficult times, politically speaking, for many people at home. I hope to win another game and continue to make people happy. “. (Dpa)