Qatar Airways & Qatar Duty Free congratulate Andrey Rublev, winner of the ExxonMobil Men’s Open 2020
Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free (QDF) congratulate Andrey Rublev, winner of the 29th edition of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open. Rublev defeated Corentin Moutet 6-2, 7-6 on Saturday evening in the championship final at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha. Qatar Airways cabin crew participated in the final awards ceremony to congratulate the winner and runner-up.
Applauded for its level of organization, the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2020 featured several of the world’s top tennis players. The highly anticipated championship game proved to be a success among both international and local fans.
Salam Al Shawa, Senior Vice President – Marketing & Corporate Communications, Qatar Airways, comments: “Qatar Airways is thrilled to congratulate Andrey Rublev, winner of this year’s ExxonMobil Open championship, following matches which have showcased some of the best tennis in the world.
We now look forward to next month’s Qatar Total Open, where Qatar Airways will welcome many of the world’s best singles and doubles female players to Doha. The success of such tournaments further establishes Qatar as a world-class venue for top global sport events.”
Thabet Musleh, Vice President – Operations, Qatar Duty Free, shares: “Qatar Duty Free is delighted to congratulate Andrey Rublev on becoming the first ATP Tour title winner in 2020. As a sponsor of the tournament, we enjoyed bringing some fun to visitors to the event as they took part in our competition at our booth.
QDF is committed to sports as part of the Qatar 2030 vision and we are very much looking forward to the Qatar Total Open in February.”
Qatar Airways holds an extensive global sports sponsorship portfolio, sponsoring top-level sporting events and some of the biggest football clubs, which include AS Roma, Boca Juniors and FC Bayern München. As official FIFA partner, the company recently sponsored the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 and will sponsor the FIFA Club World Cup 2020 edition ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.