Hend Zaza is a Syrian table tennis player who competes internationally. She qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 2021 after winning the West Asia Olympic qualification event in Jordan in 2020. Zaza will compete in the Olympics in Tokyo in 2021. She is completely committed and driven to achieving her objectives, and she wishes to make a significant contribution to her country.
The Syrian city of Hama is home to Hend Abdul Rauf Zaza, who was born in January 2009 to a former football player and current gymnastics instructor. Zaza was found by Coach Adham Jumaan when she was five years old while playing ping pong with her brother Obeida, who was a junior national tennis table champion at the time. Zaza has amassed an impressive collection of championships over the years; she is the only Syrian player to have won national titles in four different age categories (Hopes, Cadets, Junior, and Senior).
Hend Zaza Career
Table tennis was introduced to Hend Zaza in 2014. Her potential was discovered in 2016 when she and her older brother traveled to Qatar to compete in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) “Hopes Week and Challenge” event. In addition to being a member of the Al-Muhafaza Table Tennis Club based in Damascus, she has won national titles at every level from hopes to cadets to juniors and senior women’s competition. As a matter of fact, Zaza is the first Syrian to qualify for the Olympic table tennis tournament, although some sources incorrectly claim that she is the first Syrian to compete at the Olympics in the sport of table tennis.
In 2016, her compatriot Heba Allejji competed in the Summer Olympics after being invited to do so by the Tripartite Commission. After defeating Mariana Sahakian of Lebanon in the women’s finals of the West Asia Olympic qualification event in Jordan last week, she became the first woman from the region to win a medal at the Games. Table tennis player Zaza has improved his world ranking to 155th position. He is also the first Syrian athlete to compete in the Olympics in this sport.
Rise to Fame
Aside from that, Zaza made history by qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Games as the world’s youngest athlete ever. The Syrian Olympic Committee congratulated Hend on her victory over Lebanon’s Mariana Sahakian, stating, “Congratulations, our champion Hend to the Tokyo Olympics 2020.” The Tokyo Olympics begin on July 24 and run through August 9, with the Women’s Singles Table Tennis Tournament beginning on July 25, according to the Syrian Olympic Committee.
Hend Zaza Biography
|Real Name||Hend Abdul Rauf Zaza|
|Birth Date||1 January 2009|
|Age (as of 2021)||12 Years|
|Birth Place||Hama, Syria|
|Profession||Table Tennis Player|
|Height||in feet inches – 4’ 8” – in Centimeters – 142 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 48 kg – in Pounds – 105 lbs|
|Shoe Size||5 (U.S.)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
As of right now, Hend Zaza is not in a romantic relationship with anyone. She is only 12 years old, so she is solely concerned with her career and improving her game. She had developed a winning mentality in preparation for the Olympics table tennis matches. With 45 posts on Instagram, Hend Zaza has 2918 followers and 427 followings, making her the most followed person on the platform. Aside from that, she has 950 followers on Facebook, demonstrating that she has won the hearts of many throughout her career.
Hend Zaza Net Worth
Zaza has a total net worth of 4.6 million dollars, which she has accumulated entirely through her dedication and hard work as a table tennis player. A large sum of net worth had been amassed by her by virtue of her hard work and dedication and she’s just a young girl.
- Assad-born Syrian table tennis player Hend Zaza competed in his country’s first Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964.
- Mariana Sahakian of Lebanon, 42 years old, was defeated by Zaza in the West Asia Olympic Table Tennis Qualification Tournament and thus qualified for the Olympics in February 2020.
- Hend Zaza’s compatriot Heba Allejji competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics after being invited by the Tripartite Commission.
- She is the only female athlete in Syria’s six-athlete delegation (from all sports), and she served as the country’s flag bearer during the Opening Ceremonies.