During the Mubadala World Tennis Championship in 2021.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
The Mubadala World Tennis Championship will return for its 14th edition in Abu Dhabi this December, according to Flash Entertainment.
The tennis championship will be held at the International Tennis Centre in Zayed Sports City from December 16 to 18.
Six of the world’s top male tennis players and two top female players will once again go head-to-head during three days of the competition.
Last year, Russian Andrey Rublev beat Andy Murray in the final in straight sets to win his first Mubadala World Tennis Championship title.
Tunisia’s most successful female tennis player, Ons Jabeur, defeated Olympic Gold Medalist Belinda Bencic to become the first Arab to compete in, and win the championship. Jabeur then followed up her Abu Dhabi success by reaching this year’s Wimbledon final at SW19. ICA/Expat Media
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