Qatar National Day Padel Tournament Finishes Strong in Doha
The Qatar National Day Close Padel Tournament concluded yesterday at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex and Al Sadd Sports Club’s Ali bin Hamad Al Attiya Arena.
This signals the promising rise of padel into the hearts of the Arabian nations. Once more we see padel talents prove that this sport is slowly dominating the world.
The Qatar Tennis, Squash, and Badminton Federation (QTSBF) organized the event under the aegis of the State National Day Celebrations Organizing Committee and the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC).
Tareq Zainal, the Secretary-General of the QTSBF, announced the winners. The Tournament Director Sultan Khalfan and Assistant Tournament Director Abdulhadi Al Marri were in attendance during the medal ceremony.
Rising on top of their foes, Jabour Al Mutawa and Mohammed Al Khenji have crowned Category (A) champions after beating Al Kuwari and Abdullah Al Hijji in the final match in a heated padel match.
Abdullah Kafoud and Ahmed Al Baker were declared Category (B) champions after beating Fahad Al Thani and Mohammed Al Thani, while Ahmad Al Mohammadi and Abdulaziz Zainal were named Group (C) champions after defeating Abdulla Al Adsani and Hamad Al Hammadi in the final match.
Rashid Al Subaey and Fahad Al Thani won the Juniors U18 category championship after beating Abdullah Al Baker and Khalid Al Motawa in the final match.
Defeating Al Anood Al Mana and Maha Al Ghanim in the final match, the women’s tournament was won by Rodha Al Thani and Maha Al Saadi.
The Qatar National Day Close Padel Tournament comes in light of the country’s national day celebrations. This type of event, which brings together the entire community, not just professional athletes aims to further strengthen the nations unity.
Al Motawa, who claimed the category championship (A) congratulated the Queensland Olympic Committee, the Queensland State Basketball Federation, and the State National Day Celebrations Organising Committee for hosting this competition to commemorate our national day. Al Motawa also praised the event’s enormous success and the growing popularity of Padel in Qatar and around the world.