Qatar Total Open 2020 tennis tournament starts today

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Qatar Total Open 2020 tennis tournament starts today
Ashleigh Barty

Watch some of the world’s best female tennis players live in Doha as the popular international tennis tournament commences today February 23.

Sponsored by Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free (QDF), the Qatar Total Open Tennis Tournament 2020 is taking place at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha.

The tournament runs through to Saturday February 29.

Ashleigh Barty from Australia, currently ranked world number one in singles by the Women's Tennis Association, is leading the champions competing in the 2020 Qatar Total Open.

She is joined by some of the world’s top players including 27-year-old Karolina Pliskova from Czech Republic and Simona Halep, the 28-year-old from Romania who has twice been ranked world number one in singles in recent years.

If you’re heading to watch the matches, Qatar Airways and QDF will host special booths in the sponsors’ village, offering all attendees a taste of their world-renowned five star services.

The Qatar Airways booth will feature an interactive green screen where you can get your photos printed on stunning virtual backgrounds, while the QDF booth will feature a guessing game, offering participants the chance to win exciting QDF prizes.

This year, the tournament is a WTA Premier ATP 500 series with a bigger draw of 56 single players over the course of seven days.

Pass by the Entertainment Village for family-friendly activities and a chance to win prizes.
From QR20. Feb 23-29. Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex (4440 9666).

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