Speaking about her plans to open a tennis academy in Dubai, she added: "My new project is about opening a tennis academy here in Dubai for local Emirati tennis player to become a champion and one day have the chance to play in Wimbledon and elsewhere..."
Aslan Karatsev reached another milestone in his fairytale start to the 2021 ATP Tour season on Saturday, when he beat Lloyd Harris 6-3, 6-2 to claim his maiden ATP Tour title at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
The No.9 seed Garbine Muguruza ended a nearly two-year title drought by clinching a maiden Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships crown with a 7-6 (8/6), 6-3 victory over Barbora Krejcikova on Saturday.
Alexei Popyrin and Roger Federer have something in common. They both started out in tennis as ball kids. Actually, they have two things in common. Both spend much of their time in Dubai, and Alexei would like to get the message out to the Swiss Master that if he's looking for someone to hit with then he's available. Anytime!
Pulling off the biggest upset of this year’s tournament, Lloyd Harris stunned top seed Dominic Thiem 6-3, 6-4 in the second round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Tuesday. The world No.81 from South Africa took 72 minutes to knock
"I really work hard to get to this Court as this was my first appearance. I have had very good preparation for the matches. I still feel that I have more stamina and improving with every match. I hope this preparation will continue,” the Czech star said.
The country has hosted several international events with high levels of professionalism, which were recognised by many international sports organisations, including FIFA, the Special Olympics, and Formula 1 racing, jiu-jitsu, fencing, karate, rugby, weightlifting and equestrians.
Bencic, 24, is looking forward to continuing her tennis journey, experiencing the game in a new country, and is eager to show her defeat against Raducanu at the US Open was a one-off.
The Mubadala Community Cup (MCC) presented by Healthpoint, the annual amateur competition for the region’s tennis enthusiasts, is making a comeback this year, giving sports fans in the UAE yet another reason to celebrate.
The Mubadala World Tennis Championship continues to make way for the best with two more world-class players confirmed for the 13th edition of the Arabian Gulf’s leading professional tennis experience, which returns with fans in attendance from Dec.16–18.