The conclusion of the first world tennis tour held in Qatar

German player Oscar Morang won the title of the first world tour of the International Tennis Federation for men, which was hosted by the Tennis Association in its courts over a week, with the participation of a group of young professional players in the world. The victory of Germany’s Morang in the final match, at the expense of his British counterpart Ryan James Storey, with a score of two sets without a response, 7-5 6-3. In the doubles competition, the duo of Britain’s Julian Cash and Denmark’s Christian Segasard dominated the title of this category after defeating the doubles of India’s Sakth Menini and Finnish Nicholas Patrick 6-4 6-4. Tariq Zainal, Secretary General of the Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation, and Mr. Saad Al Mohannadi, Tournament Director, oversaw the crowning of the winning players, in the presence of a group of fans of this game. Tariq Zainal, Secretary-General of the Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation, said in a comment: “We congratulate all the winners of this tournament and wish them more brilliance,” noting the importance of this category of tournaments hosted by the federation annually in order to provide the opportunity for Qatari players to participate in it as A major gateway for young players to enter the professional stage. He added, “We are looking forward to the players of our teams achieving a better result in the upcoming tournament, and to invest their participation in it by enhancing their expertise and benefiting from the interaction with young players of global competitive levels.”


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