The great thing about many UAE events is that they’re never just about one thing, take the Mubadala World Tennis Championship for example. This event is more than a venue for tennis lovers to meet their favourite players, get autographs, and catch all the sporting action.
This annual event that is revered by residents is back this December- and oh my, families are about to lounge around this three-day championship that’s almost a festival on its own.
Tennis lover or not, there’s defo WAY more going on at this upcoming event that ALL can enjoy.
Here are some of them…
1. The fab weather RN definitely calls for an outdoor moment
Cool breeze in your hair, and no sight of sweat anywhere- now that’s a day out.
2. Getting hungry at the MWTC is never a thing
Enjoy all the lovely food stands at The Tennis Village with an incredible-range of snacks to keep the little ones (and yourself *ehm) very satiated.
3. The children will have a blast! (thanks to all the fun activities that will be around)
The Tennis Village at Zayed Sports City will not only have an incredible area set-up for the championship but will allow tennis fans to meet their heroes, get their autograph. WOW!
Otherwise, loads of competitive games and challenges, as well as interactive areas, tennis-themed activities to win unbeatable prizes, and enjoy a Q&A with a star player.
PLUS, Kids’ Go Free on DAY 1!
4. Be entertained ALL day for all three days with live performers
A vibrant tennis village will sprout up around the International Tennis Centre, with full-service F&B, live music at the main stage, special kids’ activities, Mubadala’s interactive zone, and much more.
5. Autograph sessions with all your fave tennis pros
5 out of the world’s 10 top male tennis players will give way to autograph items for fans!
Meet the fan favourites of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova! What could be better?
6. Did we mention kids go FREE on Day 1
Making this the ultimate day out for families!
7. Tennis Fans: Catch all the nailbiting action live at MWTC
Will Novak Djokovic retain the title for a 5th time, or will current world number 1, Rafael Nadal beat him to the trophy?
Day 1 will see Maria Sharapova and Amanda Anisimova battle it out in a one-off women’s match, and with 5 of the top 10 male tennis players battling it out throughout the weekend, there’s sure to be lots of nailbiting action to be watched!