Lucas Herbert, the 2020 Omega Dubai Desert Classic champion, shot a 64 (8 under par) to lead by one shot after the first round of the €3 million Dubai Duty Free Irish Open held at Mount Juliet in Ireland on Thursday.
Romanian superstar Simona Halep is eagerly counting down the days to when she can begin the defence of her Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships title. The prestigious WTA1000 tournament, which will start on March 7, is one of the most popular
Ons jabeur, a beacon of encouragement and hope for every aspiring female in the Arab world playing tennis, will be one of the star attractions when the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships gets underway next month.
156 players from 24 countries will compete this week for this prestigious title that has another player the privilege of a precious qualifying place for The Open, to be held at Royal St Georges Golf Club, Sandwich, Kent, England in a couple of week’s time, through the 2021 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
The meeting’s feature race, the Group 2 Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes capped a remarkable four-timer on the day for in-form jockey David Egan who had already won the first three races on the day’s card, and a treble for Newmarket trainer Roger Varian.
The electrifying race follows an innovative sailing league format where 12 international and 12 local teams sailing SB20 sport boats will compete over four days in a series of 10 to 15-minute races featuring eight boats at a time.
A member of the ATP Global Tournament Council since 2010, Tahlak is the first and only Arab national to be re-elected for four consecutive terms.
The WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) announced on Monday that Ashleigh Barty and Barbora Strycova have earned the 2019 WTA Year-End World No.1 Singles
The opening day of the Dubai Duty Free (DDF) International Weekend at Newbury Racecourse on Friday featured the Listed DDF Cup which delivered a repeat success for Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s Tabarrak, winner of the race two years ago.