Mubadala World Tennis Championship: Here Are The Dates

by Deeplata Garde
Mubadala World Tennis Championship: Here Are The Dates

The region’s premier tennis tournament, Mubadala World Tennis Championship, is quite renowned in Abu Dhabi. The annual Championship is all set to start in December. The dates are announced and fit in Abu Dhabi’s sporting and entertainment calendar from December 16–18, 2022. Will you be present there to enjoy the game? It’s better to book your tickets at the earliest.

Mubadala World Tennis Championship In Abu Dhabi

Over time, the Mubadala World Tennis Championship has become one of the most renowned tennis competitions in the world and has established a notable spot in the international sports calendar. The top tennis players in the world are gearing up to compete in the competition. It will take place over an exciting three days in Abu Dhabi. By pre-registering, global sports lovers can reserve the best bargains at the International Tennis Centre in Zayed Sports City. You can visit to be the first to know when tickets go on sale. Flash Entertainment has confirmed the event dates. Pre-registrants are also automatically entered to win rare, autographed Mubadala World Tennis Championship items.


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Shortly, tickets will go on sale on the event’s official website. It will cost you around AED 95 for adult and child tickets at AED 45. A 20% discount on 3-Day packages is available, ensuring your spot for the entire Championship.

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Fan Meet And Greet At The Tournament

Along with several thrilling and entertaining events for sports fans. The tournament will include intriguing fan activations. Top-seeded athletes will attend meet and greet sessions with ticket holders. This allows the fans to talk to their favourite athletes.
Andrey Rublev of Russia won the Mubadala World Tennis Championship last year after defeating Andy Murray. He won 6 straight sets. Ons Jabeur, the most accomplished female tennis player in Tunisia, won the Championship by defeating Olympic Gold Medalist Belinda Bencic. She did this to make history as the first Arab to participate and win the competition. After her victory in Abu Dhabi, Jabeur went on to the Wimbledon final at SW19.

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