Fabio Jakobsen is from Holland, though his family or some of it - originates from Denmark.
He understands danish according to himself but he can't speak it.
I don't know which part of his family.. he was asked by danish media in TdF2022 in Denmark after his stage win,
You can usually sense danish-heritage on "sen" ending surnames.
like Jakobsen, Madsen, Rasmussen, Olsen, Christensen, Kristiansen, Andersen, Nielsen, Sorensen, Larsen, Jorgensen, Pedersen, Petersen, Kristensen, Poulsen, Mortensen, Johansen, Carlsen, Frederiksen and you can add like many many more until the sun goes down, - useally danish firstnames with an added "sen" .
Same with "gaard" ending surnames, like Vingegaard, Kirkegaard, Ostergaard, Norregaard.
"sen" ending surnames is down to the aspect of danish søn or in English "son" = "sen"..
so in theory "Jakobsen", is referring to the son of "Jakob"
Same with "gaard" as it means farm in danish (gård), so it more or less refers to a person from that farm.
The two aa = å... the english translation for Vingegaard is "Wingfarm"
Old naming schemes from a past era, as Denmark is quite an old country.. also the oldest national flag on the globe.
Its a huge relief to see Fabio Jakobsen doing good and a huge personal triumph with his stage win in TdF22 (stage2 Nyborg).