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Tickets now on sale for upcoming Qatar Total tennis tournament

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Defending champion Simona Halep
Defending champion Simona Halep

Sports fans who are going through withdrawal as handball winds down and following the end of the men’s tennis and golf tournaments this month can take heart – Qatar will host yet another group of star athletes in February.

A number of top-seeded tennis players are expected to compete in this year’s Qatar Total Open, which will be held from Feb. 23 to 28 at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex.

That includes defending champion Simona Halep from Romania, who put on a fierce performance to clinch her first title in Doha last year.

Other top players who have confirmed participation in the tournament are World No. 4 and two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova; World No. 6 Agnieszka Radwanska from Poland; World No. 8 Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark and World No. 9 and runner-up of the finals last year Angelique Kerber, as well as World No. 10 Ektaerina Makarova.

Venus Williams
Venus Williams

Last year, fans expressed disappointment after Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka pulled out of the women’s tennis tournament due to injury. It’s not clear if either will compete in Doha next month.

But in a statement, tournament director Saad Al Mohannadi said:

“We now have six players who have entered with top 10 rankings, all of them are from different nationalities. This alone will make for a special tournament, plus there are other players such as Venus Williams and Sam Stosur who are in the top 20 and will be title contenders.”

Tickets are now available for purchase online here and at City Center, Landmark, Lagoona and Villaggio malls, as well as onsite at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash Complex.

Do you plan to attend any matches? Thoughts?

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Guest
Guest
6 years ago

Exactly what we need. I’m excited.

Green Hornet
Green Hornet
6 years ago

Please inform all sale booths to announce that tickets are sold out but when you go there the seats are empty just because the tickets were distributed for free to people who couldn’t care less for sports to go attend and fill seats! Same like the men’s…

Karim J
Karim J
6 years ago

What about Ana Ivanovic?

muttley
muttley
6 years ago

If you have children then be aware that any children under 5 will not be allowed in the courts. the booths will sell you ‘Ground Access’ tickets for your child without bothering to tell you that your child cannot access the court which is useless if your a standard western expat that doesn’t have a brigade of nannies looking after your child.

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