By Sports Reporter/Doha
Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free (QDF), the official airline and retail sponsor of the Qatar Total Open Women’s Tennis Tournament 2018, congratulate Petra Kvitova on her victory in the tournament’s final match last night.
The thrilling competition was held at state-of-the-art Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha from February 12-18, and proved to be a great success among international and local fans alike. The new champion earned her title after defeating Garbine Muguruza 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the final on Sunday.
Qatar Airways Senior Vice President Marketing and Corporate Communications, Salam al-Shawa, said, “Qatar Airways is thrilled to congratulate Petra Kvitova, winner of this year’s Qatar Total Open, on her incredible victory. Qatar Airways prides itself on being a major sponsor of many sporting events around the world and of using sport as a means of bringing people together. We look forward to many more thrilling events coming up this year, including the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, with Qatar Airways leading the way as the Official Airline Partner of FIFA.”
Head of Qatar Duty Free, Thabet Musleh, added, “Thanks to all the spectators who visited our Qatar Duty Free booth and participated in our special competition. We would also like to congratulate the lucky winners who were awarded special prizes signed by the tournament’s top players.”
Qatar Total Open tournament director Saad al-Mohannadi said, “Congratulations to Petra Kvitova for winning the Qatar Total Open 2018. The championship was a magnificent success and a thrilling competition for both international and local fans. We would like to thank all the participating players and passionate spectators for making this year’s Total Open a successful and unforgettable week.”
The award-winning airline has received a number of accolades recently, including ‘Airline of the Year’ by the prestigious 2017 Skytrax World Airline Awards, which was held at the Paris Air Show.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Coutinho, Neymar strike late to guide Brazil past Costa Rica
Stressed Messi enduring a World Cup of nightmares
Arab dismay — and jokes — after mass World Cup exit
Australia’s Van Marwijk says ‘last part of puzzle’ missing at World Cup
Argentina, Messi on brink of World Cup exit after Croatia drubbing
Finch, Marsh hit tons before England fight back
60th Ascot win for Dettori; al-Attiyah’s Baghdad triumphs
From reserves to World Cup, Nigeria keeper comes of age
Khedira laughs off early flights home joke for Germany