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Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex

Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex
Location Doha
Owner Municipalities of Qatar
Capacity 6,911 (2008-present)
4,104 (1993-2007)
Surface Hard, Outdoors
Opened 16 December 1992
Expanded 2008
Architect Nussli Group[1]
(expanded 2008)
Qatar ExxonMobil Open (tennis) (1993-present)
Qatar Total Open (tennis) (2001-2008, 2011–)
WTA Tour Championships (tennis) (2008-2010)
Asian Games (tennis) (2006)

The Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex is a tennis complex in Doha, Qatar. The center is owned and operated by the Qatar Tennis Federation. It is the home venue of the ATP World Tour's Qatar ExxonMobil Open and WTA event Qatar Total Open. It formerly hosted the year-ending WTA Tour Championships in 2008-2010.

It also hosted the tennis and squash competitions at the 2006 Asian Games. The complex opened on December 16, 1992, and the first Qatar Open was held in January 1993. It contains 27 hard courts, and a stadium court with a capacity of 4,106 spectators. The capacity of the arena since 2008 is 6,911.

See also


  1. ^ "Khalifa International Tennis Complex". Retrieved 2011-02-27. 

External links

  • Qatar Tennis Federation
Preceded by
Madrid Arena
WTA Year-end Championships

Succeeded by
Sinan Erdem Dome

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