Doha, Qatar: The Qatar Tennis Federation has signed a new partnership contract with QTerminals to sponsor Qatar Total Open, being organised by the federation with the participation of the world’s top players.
The press conference that announced this partnership was held on the sidelines of the 2019 Edition of Qatar Total Open.
In attendance were the QTSBF Secretary General Tariq Zainal and Nivelle Bissett the CEO of Q- Terminals.
As per this new partnership, QTerminals will join the list of sponsors supporting Qatar Total Open.
On this occasion, QTSBF Secretary General Tariq Zainal said: “It is also my pleasure to announced that QTerminals will join the list of sponsors of Qatar Total Open”
“Qatar Total Open has become one of the most important tennis tournaments in the region and through the cooperation with our partners, we hope our tournament can reach new levels of success and help promote Doha as a major destination for hosting international sporting events.” He added.
Zainal also emphasized that this partnership reflects the commitment of the federation and QTerminals to develop tennis in the state of Qatar and support Qatar Total Open which became one of the most prominent tennis in the region and world.
Tareq took the opportunity to extend sincere thanks to QTerminals led by Nivelle Bissett to choose Qatar Total Open as their first initiative of such.
He also thanked the Title sponsor, Total and the other sponsors for their support for the tournament and their trust in its future vision.
Neville Bisset, CEO of QTerminals stressed that he is delighted by this first partnership for QTerminals and said: "We are fully committed to support the Qatari sport. “It is our pleasure to contribute to the success of this event which we hope can develop tennis in the state of Qatar and strengthen Qatar's position on the sport map,” he added.
Held since 2001, the Qatar Total Open has grown to become one of the biggest WTA Tour events in the region and it has consistently featured the world’s top ten players on a regular basis.