Ons Jabeur: “It’s Time for Change”

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Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur believes ladies gamers mustn’t have to attend to obtain the identical prize cash as their male counterparts on the Italian Open after event organisers introduced plans to realize pay parity by 2025.

Final month, Angelo Binaghi, Italian Tennis Federation Chief, revealed that they’d began a course of which might finally result in equal prize cash in three years’ time.

Nevertheless, Jabeur has referred to as out for speedy change, telling the New York Instances: “I don’t see why now we have to attend.

“It’s actually irritating. It’s time for change. It’s time for the event to do higher.”

Spain’s Paula Badosa echoed Jabeur’s views of levelling the taking part in area earlier than the stipulated time-frame.

“I don’t know why it’s not equal proper now,” Badosa mentioned.

“They don’t inform us. They are saying that is what you get, and it’s a must to play,” she concluded.

 

 

Picture 1 Caption: Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur believes ladies gamers mustn’t have to attend to obtain the identical prize cash as their male counterparts on the Italian Open after event organisers introduced plans to realize pay parity by 2025. Picture: Ons Jabeur (Instagram)

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