SportsFarhan and Marwan win the men's championship in the Dubai Paddle Tennis Cup

Farhan and Marwan win the men’s championship in the Dubai Paddle Tennis Cup

The two Emirati players, Farhan Hoda and Marwan Qaisi, won the men’s championship for category (C+) in the Dubai Paddle Tennis Cup, one of the most prominent events on the calendar of the Dubai Fitness Challenge.

A press statement said: “The two players presented a wonderful performance characterized by accuracy and focus, which enabled them to beat their rivals Omar Ibrahim and Abdullah Al-Amiri 6-1, 6-4, and grab the championship title in the presence of a wide audience at Badel Point Stadium in Ras Al Khor.”

For his part, Farhan Huda said in a press statement: “The padel tennis is witnessing rapid growth in the UAE, and I am proud of winning the first round of the Dubai Padel Tennis Cup. ».

In the category (C) competitions, the players Muhammad Khalifa and Jama Saeed managed to present an exciting match and beat their competitors Muhammad Al-Ketbi and Abdullah bin Saroud, 6-3 and 6-4, at Zabeel Stadium.

The men’s championship for categories (A) and (B) begins today and will continue until 27th of this month, at the World Padel Tennis Academy in Dubai. Which began with an exceptional league, which competed for the title of women from all over the Emirates at the Just Paddle Stadium in Mina Rashid for three days, between November 11 and 13.

The Dubai Paddle Tennis Cup collaborates with more than 10 paddle tennis clubs to provide free training sessions to meet the aspirations of the Dubai 30×30 Challenge. For bookings for free training sessions, or to register for a league or tournament designated for all categories and levels. The first edition of the Dubai Paddle Tennis Cup attracted a list of notable partners, including the Dubai Fitness Challenge 2021, Dubai Sports Council, Emirates Paddle Tennis Federation and Emirates Bank Dubai NBK, WOP, Al Tayer Motors, Valeant Hospital and Clinics, Okadoc, Barakat, Red Bull, Feed Fit, Waterro

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