The tournament ended on Friday, with Tarek Momen winning the title.
The Egyptian world no.3 defeated New Zealand’s Paul Coll in the final.
Sheikh Suhaim bin Abdul Aziz Al Thani’s Al Bidda Group signed a two-year deal with Al Tamimi.
Coll will look to follow in the footsteps of Ross Norman, who ended legendary Pakistani Jahangir Khan’s unprecedented 555-match winning run 33 years ago.
Tarek Momen, Simon Rösner and Paul Coll also entered the last four.
New Zealand’s Paul Coll prevented an Egyptian clean sweep in the pre-quarterfinals.
Former world No.1 James Willstrop stuns in-form Karim Abdel Gawad.
New Zealand’s World No.5 Paul Coll cruised past former World No.5 Borja Golan.
The 24-year-old takes on No.2 seed Tarek Momen in the pre-quarterfinals.
We're proud to announce that Jaidah Group has joined the list of sponsors, says QSF Secretary General Tariq Zainal.
World No.47 Al Tamimi upset French World No.14 Gregoire Marche to become the first player from the country to reach the last 32 of the biggest men’s tournament.
Abdullah Al Tamimi will lead Qatar's challenge.
The championship, in which the world’s top players will be seen in action, will be held from November 8 to 15.
Tickets are available for purchase through the Qatar Squash Federation website. Squash fans can also follow the tournament on Twitter and Facebook.
The competition will be held at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex from November 8 to 15.