January 2, 2019

QTSBF, ExxonMobil Qatar Renew Partnership for Qatar ExxonMobil Open

ExxonMobil Qatar. The title sponsor of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open, On Wednesday renewed its sponsorship agreement of the ATP 250 Tournament for another three years, In a press conference held at the media center of Khalifa international Tennis and Squash Complex on Wednesday.

The event was attended by president of QTSBF H.E Nasser bin Ghanim Al Khelaifi and Alistair Routledge, President and General Manager for ExxonMobil Qatar and other officials of both organizations.

ExxonMobil Qatar has been the title sponsor of the annual tennis tournament for the last 27 years, The partnership extension is a further proof of the two organizations unwavering commitment to supporting Qatar on its journey toward accomplishing the goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030.

QTSBF President Nasser Al Khelaifi said: “The enduring strategic partnership between our two great organizations is one of the oldest in Qatar. It is an alliance that has come to define what a synergy between partners with similar goals and visions can achieve when given the opportunity.”

The QTSBF president said that the tournament has continued to grow in leaps and bounds over the years and we are immensely proud of our achievements, which includes winning the prestigious ATP 250 Tournament of the Year on two occasions (2015 and 2017). An accomplishment which is unrivalled in the region, as well as others too numerous to mention here.

“Our partnership with ExxonMobil Qatar is a key enabler for QTF to organise a high-quality event for all in attendance, and to continue to define Qatar as a globally renowned and vibrant centre for world-class sporting events,” he added.

President and General Manager of ExxonMobil Qatar Alistair Routledge said: “Our partnership with QTF isn’t just about bringing exceptional tennis to Qatar for the world to see – it’s about supporting the Qatar National Vision 2030 by promoting a healthier and stronger local community that can contribute to the country’s future.”