Look: History Made At The U.S. Open On Tuesday Afternoon

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Ons Jabur on Tuesday Created history by defeating Ajla Tomljanovic in the open quarterfinal matchup.

The Tunisian player became the first African or Arab woman to reach the semi-finals during the Open Era.

Jabeur, who is currently ranked fifth, eliminated the woman who ended Serena Williams' singles career.

He ended the win over Tomljanovic in the second set with a 7–4 tiebreaker.

Jabeur dropped his only set, through five wins at Queens

For Shelby Rogers in the third round..

While Jabeur Open made history, it is not his first semi-final this year.

The 28-year-old reached the Wimbledon final, where she lost to Elena Rybakina in July.

"I know I have it in me that I can win a Grand Slam," Jabur said on Tuesday, per USA Today.

Jabeur awaits the winner of Tuesday night's matchup between Coco Gauff and Carolina Garcia,

Which starts at 7 pm. ET at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

The semi-final match is to be held on Thursday evening.