Players of Al Jazira and Al Nasr vie for the ball during the first leg of their Mohammed VI Champions tournament at the Salalah Sports Complex in Auwqad, Oman, on Saturday.
Abu Dhabi: Despite the absence of three key players, Al Jazira coach Jurgen Streppel said his side will adopt an attacking approach when they face Oman’s Al Nasr in their opening
Dubai: Shabab Al Ahli dropped first points of the season after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Al Jazira in matchweek 3 of the Arabian Gulf League at Mohamed Bin Zayed Stadium
Abu Dhabi: Al Jazira head coach Jurgen Streppel believes his side fully deserved their win against Oman’s Al Nasr in the Mohammed VI Champions Cup. A brace from Zayed Al Ameri and a strike from Mourad
Al Jazira had won their opening game of the season against Al Dhafra but were lucky to leave Ittihad Kalba with a point. Whilst Al Nasr’s season had started with a poor result against Ajman and a comprehensive win against Al Orooba.
With five tennis greats already announced, there will be two more guest players were named ahead of the event, along with French ace, Gael Monfils, and British number 2, Dan Evans, US star
Dubai’s newest mega sporting event, the inaugural Dubai Padel Cup – an inclusive month-long padel tennis fiesta featuring exhibition matches with the world’s leading professionals and amateur competitions open to the racquet-wielding public — is poised to elevate the city as the Middle East’s undisputed padel capital.
Saudi racing star Reema Juffali says she can take plenty of positives from her debut season at the British F3 Championship in what she described as a key learning curve in her motorsport career.