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A month after the creme de la creme of men’s tennis entertained Doha fans, the women stars will descend on the Qatari capital.
Halep becomes first major casualty
Fourth seed Simona Halep was dumped from the Australian Open at the first hurdle for the second successive year, having no answer to the power of American Shelby Rogers.

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The dream Qatar ExxonMobil Open final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic in its 25th anniversary edition virtually had everything in store — entertainment, thrills, drama, frenzy.

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ONE of the chirpiest characters on the ATP Tour, France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was in Doha last week for the first time since he won the Qatar ExxonMobil Open in 2012.

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The Qatar Tennis Federation (QTF) is planning to build a new retractable-roof stadium with a capacity of 12,000 seats.

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WORLD No.1 Andy Murray cut a forlorn figure after his defeat to arch-rival Novak Djokovic in the Qatar ExxonMobil Open final.

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Frenchmen Jeremy Chardy and Fabrice Martin beat the third-seeded Canadian-Czech duo of Vasek Pospisil and Radek Stepanek 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) to clinch the doubles title.

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SPANIARD Fernando Verdasco was one of the most impressive players at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open. In the semifinal, he had five match points against Novak Djokovic, though he could not hold on to them.

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Five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova will return to competitive action following a 15-month doping ban at the Stuttgart Grand Prix in April.

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Roger Federer’s comeback from injury struck its first hurdle when he was beaten by teenager Alexander Zverev at the mixed teams Hopman Cup in Perth.

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IT IS THAT time of the year when all roads lead to Khalifa International Tennis Complex for the Qatar ExxonMobil Open.