The Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open is set to make a spectacular return to the UAE tennis scene from February 3 – 11, 2024, at the Zayed Sports City International Tennis Centre, following its successful inaugural edition this year.
The WTA 500 tournament, presented by Abu Dhabi Sports Council and hosted in partnership with Mubadala, has quickly become one of the most prestigious events in women’s tennis, featuring 28 singles players and 16 doubles teams competing for a $900,000 prize fund and coveted ranking points.
The tournament is part of Abu Dhabi’s commitment to hosting world-class sporting events and aims to inspire young athletes and unite the tennis community.
In addition to top-notch tennis action, the Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open offers an immersive Fan Village experience with player appearances, family-friendly entertainment, contests and diverse food options.
With affordable ticket prices starting at AED 50 for kids and AED 95 for adults, the event promises to be an ideal outing for families and sports enthusiasts.
Fans are encouraged to subscribe online for early access to tickets and the best seats.
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