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Khalifa Tennis and Squash Complex, Doha

(4.4/5 based on 140 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • So we have an annual Trip to the tennis. I'm. It a great fan but I would highly recommend this as you can get very good and reasonably priced tickets to see the best players in the world. I've not see...  more »
  • They host one of the oldest ATP tournament in MEA named Qatar Open. Small and compact facility with 3 practice or side courts for the tournament. A kid and family friendly venue for everyone to come w...  more »
  • As well as getting some sun, watching tennis was the main reason for our visit to Doha, the stadium and complex is not the biggest or most modern but had a friendly feeling and was reasonably priced. 
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  • Modern and easy to get to. The condition to watch a tennis match in good conditions are met. It doesn't matter if you are a VIP or regular guest, you still receive 5 star service.
  • This review is about squash courts only. The good is that there are many courts and if you are lucky you can find a partner to play with . The bad is that the courts and facilities are old and some of them need maintenance. I don't know if this is good or bad but recently there are many kids coming and learning the sport. The court fee is 50 Ryals (around $15)
  • I love this place. played tournaments while living in Doha for years. the people who run it are smart and dedicated to tennis and Qatar, I visited the Qatar open and still looks great and we had a blast. Will come back again. Good job Nasir/Khalid
  • I believe this place is a ghost town except twice a year (total open and wta) don't get me wrong this place is nice -with a really small street you can buy local food and stuff- but generally empty like I said, 3 stars But during the championship you can get(if you were unbelievably lucky) a signed tennis ball after the match from the winning player and get awesome gifts soo 4 stars
  • Loving the place. Absolutely great place to play tennis and watch international tournaments