Qatar Airways, Duty Free prove a tough team to beat

Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray at the recent Qatar Open, but Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free (QDF) showed tennis fans a different kind of "love."

The official Qatar airline and the two retail sponsors of the tennis tournament set up interactive booths in the Public Village Area of Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Stadium. Fans got a chance to play a virtual tennis tournament with the help of cabin crew from the airline, and could get pictures taken at QDF's tennis-inspired photo booth. QDF also gave everyone a chance to be a millionaire by entering a drawing to win a QDF Millionaire Ticket, worth $1 million.
“I am thrilled to partner with the Qatar Tennis Federation to once again bring the prestigious Qatar ExxonMobil Open men’s tennis tournament to our home, Doha,” Akbar Al Baker, chief executive of Qatar Airways Group. “This important extension to the ATP World Tour 250 Series celebrates the very finest in men’s tennis, providing international and local audiences a thrilling six-day festival of elite sport.”

The Qatar Open is the first event in the annual ATP World Tour 250 series of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Tour

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