The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Tournament is one of the hottest things to take part in in the Middle East, so it’s no surprise that we here in Houston should take advantage of the opportunity to be in the hot seat for our favorite sport. The tournament attracts a large number of people, and it’s the perfect opportunity to get a good seat in a venue with great views and a nice atmosphere.
So, let’s get the ball rolling. We’ll go to our friend and colleague, Tim Brown, who’s running the tournament. He’s been in the business a long time, so you can expect something a bit more polished than last year’s edition. We’ll start with the official rules, which are a little short, but that’s to be expected for a tournament that’s only a year away.
Here is the official tournament rules for dubai duty free tennis 2017. I want to remind you, the tournament is only a year away, and you still have to stay within the rules.
Well, the official tournament rules are a little short, but thats to be expected for a tournament thats only a year away.Here is the official tournament rules for dubai duty free tennis 2017.I want to remind you, the tournament is only a year away, and you still have to stay within the rules.Well, the official tournament rules are a little short, but thats to be expected for a tournament thats only a year away.
I was talking to a friend of mine who works for the online retailer, and he said there is a “buyback” at the end of the tournament. It’s pretty cool, and I couldn’t believe it at first. I’d been told multiple times that the tournament is only a year away, but somehow this was a little too close for my comfort.
Its a little more than that. The rules state, “The players are required to be within 24 hours of the tournament deadline,” and “Failure to comply with these provisions may result in disqualification, forfeiture of prize money, and suspension of your account.” Which means that if you can’t go, you’ll have to forfeit the tournament if you miss the deadline.
I was actually more concerned with the fact that the deadline is in two days and not one. I just thought that there was no way that a tournament would just be cancelled after a few days.
For a tournament that’s supposed to be “real tennis”, I was a bit surprised that the deadline is so short. Maybe the organizers were worried that players would be too lazy to find alternate dates. It also doesn’t seem as if you’ll be able to forfeit if your team loses. Also, I have some friends who’ve been playing on the same team for five years and they’ve never missed a tournament.
This is the first tournament where Ive ever paid something for the privilege. As a lifelong tennis fan, that’s quite an achievement. As for my friends, they’ve been playing on the same team for five years but theyve never missed a tournament.
It seems as if there is a huge amount of players that are in the market for new teams. I was thinking of adding a few players to the team, but then I read this quote from a player who said, “Ive only ever won a tournament once and I didnt really care about the event. It was just something that brought back my mom from vacation. I guess I was just trying to look like I was really good.