Mayar Sherif Ahmed Abdel-Aziz, an Egyptian tennis player, was born on May 5, 1996. His name is in Arabic. She is the younger sister of Rana Sherif Ahmed. She reached a career-high WTA singles ranking of No. 44 on July 18, 2022, and a doubles ranking of No. 88 on July 11, 2022. Only one singles WTA Tour victory belongs to Sherif, which she won in the 2022 Emilia-Romagna Open. She has won four singles titles and one doubles win on the WTA Challenger Tour in addition to nine singles victories and six doubles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit. The 2020 Prague Open was Sherif’s first WTA Tour singles event. At the 2020 French Open, she became the first female Egyptian competitor in the main draw of a Grand Slam event. At the Australian Open in 2021, she once again created tennis history for Egypt by becoming the first Egyptian woman to triumph in a Grand Slam main-draw match. She also made history by becoming the first Egyptian woman to win a WTA tournament in Cluj-Napoca and qualify for the Olympics.

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Her tennis career

Sherif made her debut in a WTA event at the Australian Open qualifying rounds to kick off the year 2020. In the preliminary round of the qualifications, Ann Li defeated her. She defeated Dalma Gálfi in the championship match of a $25k tournament held in Antalya in March to claim the victory. Sherif won the French Open qualification match against Camila Osorio, Caty McNally, and Giulia Gatto-Monticone in late September 2020. Sherif, the first female Egyptian to compete in a Grand Slam main draw, faced second seed and world No. 3 Karolna Plková, losing in three sets. Sherif defeated Chloe Paquet in the opening round of the Australian Open, becoming the first Egyptian woman to win a match at a Grand Slam competition in 2021. Sherif made history at Cluj-Napoca by being the first Egyptian woman to compete in a WTA Tour singles and doubles final. She won matches over top seeds like Alizé Cornet, Alex Eala, Kristna Kuová, and Mihaela Buzărnescu in singles but fell to Andrea Petkovic in the championship match.

On May 16, 2022, she entered the singles top 50 for the first time and rose to world no. 98 in doubles. She defeated Marta Kostyuk in two sets at the French Open, making history as the first Egyptian woman to triumph in a Roland Garros main draw match (6-3, 7-5). Due to an injury, she withdrew in the second round. Sherif won matches against Anna Bondár, Simona Waltert, Lauren Davis, and Ana Bogdan at the Emilia-Romagna Open in Parma to go to her second WTA 250 final and first since the previous summer. She later won her maiden singles match in straight sets against top seed and world No. 7 Maria Sakkari, making history as the first Egyptian woman to win a WTA Tour title. Her first top-10 win also came from the victory over Sakkari.

Mayar Sherif and her Parents, Family

Daughter of Sherif Ahmed and Amal Thabet Rana, Dalya, and Rawan are three of his siblings. During their two seasons of doubles play at Fresno State, Rana and her sister played together. graduated in 2014 from Cairo, Egypt’s Lycee el Horeya de Bab el Louc playing professional tennis as a career goal while majoring in sports medicine at Pepperdine opted for Pepperdine because “it was the finest opportunity and I felt at ease with head coach Per Nilsson” She enjoys providing gifts to others.

Who is Mayar Sherif currently dating?

She is currently a lone woman. She is not dating anyone, according to information in the media (as of 2022). Her focus is currently on her tennis career.

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