Golf enthusiasts in Qatar have for long dreamt of playing on another world class course. Their dream is about to come true...
Siege nations Saudi Arabia and the UAE are adamant their teams won’t play the AFC Champions League against Qatari clubs on a home-and-away basis despite Qatar’s insistence it has no problems welcoming them in Doha.
Over the years the centre court at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex has proven a field of dreams for some of the finest players in the history of the game.
Andrey Rublev was pleasantly surprised yesterday when he was told by a journalist that he would be one of the 32 seeded players at the Australian Open later this month.
Russian will face Argentine Pella, while Austrian top seed will face French wildcard Monfils
Seven down, one more to go! Ordinarily, that’s not how tennis reports are supposed to begin but considering the rather unusual circumstances at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open, one just also cannot totally wish that thought away.
A little over three years ago, an 18-year-old Borna Coric made the tennis world sit up and take notice of his enormous potential when he sent Rafael Nadal crashing out of the quarter-finals of the Swiss Indoors in Basel.
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