Surprises at Qatar Major Premier Padel

The Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel that has been taking place from February 26th and will go on through March 5th at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash complex in Doha displaying epic showdowns and delivering some surprises.

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Paddle tennis racket and ball at outdoors court

After an epic knock out of defending champions Juan Tello and Paquito Navarro by Maxi Sanchez and Lucas Campagnolo this week, the quarterfinals of the Qatar Major Premier Padel continued to surprise fans and saw emotions heighten yesterday.
The tournament is the inaugural event of the 2023 season, as padel continues to go global with Premier Padel’s premium with events across South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, gracing venues including the world-famous Stade Roland Garros and Foro Italico among others.
With prize money standing at 525,000 euros to split amid prizes for the top 20 contestants, players and commentators alike are unsurprised by the blood, sweat and tears shed throughout the tournament.
To attend tomorrow’s finals at the Khalifa International Tennis & Squash complex in Doha, ticket details are as follows:

Day 6: Sun 05 Mar 2023

Stand A

  • Middle A: QR 150
  • Lower A: QR 350
  • Lower A with VIP Village access: QR 600

Stand B

  • Middle B: QR 150

Stand C

  • Middle A: QR 150
  • Lower A: QR 350
  • Lower A with VIP Village access: QR 600

C VIP Boxes

  • VIP 1C-4 and VIP 1C-9: QR 700

A VIP Boxes

  • VIP 2A-4 and VIP 2A-6: QR 700

(ticket details source QNA and IloveQatar)

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