The world’s first in the Qatar Total Tennis Championship
Australia’s top-ranked tennis star Ashley Barty will take part in the Qatar Total Open tennis tournament, one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the region. In addition to Barty, the 2019 french Open champion, and Sophia Keenan of the 2020 Australian Open, the statement noted. After being knocked out of last year’s semi-finals of the Qatar Edition by Czech Petra Kvitovao, who will take part in the 2014 edition of the 2014 Edition, the 24-year-old Barty will try to win her first title in Qatar during her second tournament. Barty became the second Australian to win the final of the PGA Tour title after her compatriot Yvonne Cooley in 1974 and 1976 and the fifth player to win the tournament during the first round, the Federation said in a statement that with the exception of Japan’s Naomi Osaka, ranked third in the world, it was the third time in the world that she had won the tournament. She won her ninth title in her professional career when she defeated Spain’s Garbine Muguruza in the final of the Yarra Valley Calsec Championship. The stars of the 19th Qatar Championship include Elena Svitolina of Ukraine, Karolina Pliskova of the 2017 edition, Russian Arena Sabalenka, 2018 champion Petra Kvitova, 2018 champion Bianca Andrescu of Canada, 2019 us Open champion, and Kiki Bertins of the Netherlands. Since its inception in 2001, only three players have won the Doha Championship title on more than one occasion: Anastasia Miskina (2003-2004), Maria Sharapova (2005-2008) and Victoria Azarenka (2012-2013). Tarek Zainal expressed his happiness with the participation of this group of stars in this year’s edition of the tournament, saying that the participation of nine of the top ten first selections underscores the importance of the Qatar Total Open Tennis Championship on the world stage.