29 – 31 Dec 2016

Mubadala World Tennis Championship

International Tennis Centre, Zayed Sports City, Abu Dhabi

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Milos Raonic

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Milos Raonic

World Ranking: 5

Career titles: 8

Age: 25

Coach: Riccardo Piatti and Carlos Moya

Milos Raonic, currently at No. 5, has been crowned ‘ATP Star of Tomorrow’ in 2011, a title held by many of the World’s best players.

Milos’ highest ranking to date is World No. 4

Raonic has continued his rise through the rankings. In 2011 Raonic jumped 65 places in a single month, becoming the youngest player inside the World’s top 20 in 2012 and the youngest in the World’s top 10 in 2013

In 2016, after kicking off his season at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Raonic started the season strong winning his first nine matches, taking his eighth career title in Brisbane. He continued this form making it through to the semi-final of the Australian Open, a final at the Indian Wells as well as the finals at the BNP Paribas Open and Aegon Championships

Raonic became the first Canadian male and second Canadian overall to reach a major singles final at Wimbledon 2016 where he played Andy Murray

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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 07:  Andy Murray of Great Britain reacts against Kei Nishikori of Japan during their Men's Singles Quarterfinal match on Day Ten of the 2016 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 7, 2016 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Andy Murray

Right Handed / Two-handed Backhand

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Andy Murray

World Ranking: 1

Career Titles: 42

Age: 29

Coach: Ivan Lendl and Jamie Delgado

Andy Murray has recently surpassed Novak Djokovic to take the No.1 spot at the BNP Paris Masters

Won 3 Grand Slam titles and 2 Olympic gold medals (US Open 2012, Olympic Champion 2012 & 2016 and Wimbledon 2013 & 2016

Partaken in 8 other Grand Slam finals, 5 of which have been at the Australian Open

Andy reached his first Grand Slam final in 2008 at the US Open against the then No. 1 Roger Federer. Coincidently, Andy’s first Grand Slam title came in 2012 at the US Open

He now returns to Abu Dhabi for his 5th appearance at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Right Handed / Two-handed backhand

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

World Ranking: 13

Career Titles: 12

Age: 31

Coach: Thierry Ascione

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is currently ranked 13th in the World

Tsonga was as Runner-Up at the Australian Open, the ATP World Tour Finals and claimed a Silver Medal at the 2012 London Olympics in the Doubles.

Has reached Quarter Finals in all four Grand Slams

Tsonga has advanced to 5 major Semi Finals (All except US Open), most recently at Roland Garros in 2015. He is also one of 3 players to beat Djokovic, Murray, Federer and Nadal at Majors

The Frenchman has ended 6 of the last 8 seasons inside the World Top 10 (all but 2010 and 2014) and 8 straight in the Top 15 (2008-15). He has been ranked in the Top 25 each week since the 2008 Australian Open final, including 10 weeks at career-high No. 5 in 2012

The French powerhouse has now confirmed a return to Abu Dhabi for his 5th Mubadala World Tennis Championship appearance.

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David Goffin

Right-handed / Two-handed Backhand

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David Goffin

World Ranking: 11

Career Titles: 2

Age: 25

Coach: Thierry Van Cleemput

David Goffin is currently ranked 11th in the world making him the highest-ranked player from his country (Belgium) in history

David participated in his first Grand Slam Quarter-final at Roland Garros in 2016 while reaching the fourth round in 4 other major tournaments, including at the Australian Open and Wimbledon where he lost to Raonic after leadings by 2 sets

In 2015, David led Belgium to its 1st ever Davis Cup final since 1904 with a combined 4-0 win in the first round, quarter finals and semi-finals up until they lost to Andy Murray’s unstoppable Great Britain team in the final

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Tomas Berdych

Right-handed / Two-handed Backhand

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Tomas Berdych

World Ranking: 10

Career Titles: 13

Age: 31

Coach: Luka Kutanjac & Goran Ivanisevic

Tomas Berdych, currently ranked at No. 10, had spent over 6 consecutive seasons in the top 10 while achieving a career-high of No. 4

Berdych has won 13 titles throughout his career, three of which have been at the Stockholm Open in the space of 4 years

The pinnacle moment of his career was reaching the Wimbledon final in 2010 after beating Federer and Djokovic only to lose to the then World No. 1 Rafael Nadal

The Czech has a phenomenal win to loss ratio in the Davis Cup, owning a 50-17 record across both singles and doubles matches, which led the Czech Republic to titles in 2012 against Nadal’s Spain and in 2013 against Djokovic’s Serbia

Tomas, has not only represented his country in the Davis Cup, but is also a three-time Olympian

Part of the tall Czech’s success comes down to his service game as he managed to rack up a staggering 6,407 aces throughout his career. Unsurprisingly, Berdych has won 84% of his service games since he began is playing career

Berdych will be returning to Abu Dhabi for a third time in the hope of winning the ultimate prize of USD $250,000.

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Rafael Nadal

Left-handed / Two-handed backhand

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Rafael Nadal

World Ranking: 6

Career titles: 69

Age: 30

Coach: Toni Nadal

Rafa was World No. 1 for a total of 141 weeks – 7th in the all-time records

Rafa was finally able to surpass Roger Federer to take the No. 1 spot after winning the gold medal at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.  It was certainly a remarkable and memorable moment for Rafa as he had spent a record 160 straight weeks at No. 2 behind his counterpart

He has won 69 singles titles throughout his career, the 2nd most titles won among active players (Federer is 1st with 88 titles)

The Spaniard relishes playing on clay surface with 49 of his 69 titles won on clay (Tied for most in Open Era). The King of Clay has won 9 Roland Garros titles, the only player in history to win that many of any major title

It only took Rafa 4 years after turning pro to reach the status of a ‘Top 10’ ranked tennis player and has remained in the in top 10 every week since 2005 and 10 straight seasons in the top 5 (2005 – 2015)

In 2010, Nadal won the US Open making him the 7th man in history and youngest in Open Era to complete a career Grand Slam (Aged 24)

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Milos Raonic

World Ranking: 5

Career titles: 8

Age: 25

Coach: Riccardo Piatti and Carlos Moya

Milos Raonic, currently at No. 5, has been crowned ‘ATP Star of Tomorrow’ in 2011, a title held by many of the World’s best players.

Milos’ highest ranking to date is World No. 4

Raonic has continued his rise through the rankings. In 2011 Raonic jumped 65 places in a single month, becoming the youngest player inside the World’s top 20 in 2012 and the youngest in the World’s top 10 in 2013

In 2016, after kicking off his season at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Raonic started the season strong winning his first nine matches, taking his eighth career title in Brisbane. He continued this form making it through to the semi-final of the Australian Open, a final at the Indian Wells as well as the finals at the BNP Paribas Open and Aegon Championships

Raonic became the first Canadian male and second Canadian overall to reach a major singles final at Wimbledon 2016 where he played Andy Murray

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Andy Murray

World Ranking: 1

Career Titles: 42

Age: 29

Coach: Ivan Lendl and Jamie Delgado

Andy Murray has recently surpassed Novak Djokovic to take the No.1 spot at the BNP Paris Masters

Won 3 Grand Slam titles and 2 Olympic gold medals (US Open 2012, Olympic Champion 2012 & 2016 and Wimbledon 2013 & 2016

Partaken in 8 other Grand Slam finals, 5 of which have been at the Australian Open

Andy reached his first Grand Slam final in 2008 at the US Open against the then No. 1 Roger Federer. Coincidently, Andy’s first Grand Slam title came in 2012 at the US Open

He now returns to Abu Dhabi for his 5th appearance at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

World Ranking: 13

Career Titles: 12

Age: 31

Coach: Thierry Ascione

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is currently ranked 13th in the World

Tsonga was as Runner-Up at the Australian Open, the ATP World Tour Finals and claimed a Silver Medal at the 2012 London Olympics in the Doubles.

Has reached Quarter Finals in all four Grand Slams

Tsonga has advanced to 5 major Semi Finals (All except US Open), most recently at Roland Garros in 2015. He is also one of 3 players to beat Djokovic, Murray, Federer and Nadal at Majors

The Frenchman has ended 6 of the last 8 seasons inside the World Top 10 (all but 2010 and 2014) and 8 straight in the Top 15 (2008-15). He has been ranked in the Top 25 each week since the 2008 Australian Open final, including 10 weeks at career-high No. 5 in 2012

The French powerhouse has now confirmed a return to Abu Dhabi for his 5th Mubadala World Tennis Championship appearance.

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David Goffin

World Ranking: 11

Career Titles: 2

Age: 25

Coach: Thierry Van Cleemput

David Goffin is currently ranked 11th in the world making him the highest-ranked player from his country (Belgium) in history

David participated in his first Grand Slam Quarter-final at Roland Garros in 2016 while reaching the fourth round in 4 other major tournaments, including at the Australian Open and Wimbledon where he lost to Raonic after leadings by 2 sets

In 2015, David led Belgium to its 1st ever Davis Cup final since 1904 with a combined 4-0 win in the first round, quarter finals and semi-finals up until they lost to Andy Murray’s unstoppable Great Britain team in the final

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Tomas Berdych

World Ranking: 10

Career Titles: 13

Age: 31

Coach: Luka Kutanjac & Goran Ivanisevic

Tomas Berdych, currently ranked at No. 10, had spent over 6 consecutive seasons in the top 10 while achieving a career-high of No. 4

Berdych has won 13 titles throughout his career, three of which have been at the Stockholm Open in the space of 4 years

The pinnacle moment of his career was reaching the Wimbledon final in 2010 after beating Federer and Djokovic only to lose to the then World No. 1 Rafael Nadal

The Czech has a phenomenal win to loss ratio in the Davis Cup, owning a 50-17 record across both singles and doubles matches, which led the Czech Republic to titles in 2012 against Nadal’s Spain and in 2013 against Djokovic’s Serbia

Tomas, has not only represented his country in the Davis Cup, but is also a three-time Olympian

Part of the tall Czech’s success comes down to his service game as he managed to rack up a staggering 6,407 aces throughout his career. Unsurprisingly, Berdych has won 84% of his service games since he began is playing career

Berdych will be returning to Abu Dhabi for a third time in the hope of winning the ultimate prize of USD $250,000.

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Rafael Nadal

World Ranking: 6

Career titles: 69

Age: 30

Coach: Toni Nadal

Rafa was World No. 1 for a total of 141 weeks – 7th in the all-time records

Rafa was finally able to surpass Roger Federer to take the No. 1 spot after winning the gold medal at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.  It was certainly a remarkable and memorable moment for Rafa as he had spent a record 160 straight weeks at No. 2 behind his counterpart

He has won 69 singles titles throughout his career, the 2nd most titles won among active players (Federer is 1st with 88 titles)

The Spaniard relishes playing on clay surface with 49 of his 69 titles won on clay (Tied for most in Open Era). The King of Clay has won 9 Roland Garros titles, the only player in history to win that many of any major title

It only took Rafa 4 years after turning pro to reach the status of a ‘Top 10’ ranked tennis player and has remained in the in top 10 every week since 2005 and 10 straight seasons in the top 5 (2005 – 2015)

In 2010, Nadal won the US Open making him the 7th man in history and youngest in Open Era to complete a career Grand Slam (Aged 24)

Mubadala World Tennis Championship

THE GLOBAL TENNIS SEASON STARTS HERE WHEN THE 2016 MUBADALA WORLD TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP RETURNS TO ABU DHABI FROM 29th – 31st DECEMBER 2016.

With the world’s best competing for the Championship title and US $250,000 prize money, 2016 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before.

The players in this year’s 6-player line up are 3-time Grand Slam Champion and double Olympic Gold-medalist, Andy Murray, heavy-hitting Canadian world no. 4, Milos Raonic, and 12-time ATP Tour Winner, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. The event will also see the return of 14-time Grand Slam Champion Rafael Nadal, Belgian No.1 and debutant David Goffin, as well as 2-time Davis Cup Champion Tomas Berdych.

Alongside the centre court action, the weekend of top flight entertainment at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship includes a Tennis Village, free to enter for the public, full of family-friendly activities as well as daily autograph sessions with the star players! Nowhere else in the world will fans find the opportunity to get up close to so many of the world’s top players!

Schedule

12:00pm
Star Player Clinics
12:00pm
Tennis Village Opens
2:00pm
Kids Day Opens / Q&A
2:30pm
Hospitality Opens (2:30 pm-COP)
3:30pm
Autograph Signings @ Tennis Village
4:30pm
MTIS Demonstration
5:00pm
Match 1
7:00pm
Match 2

12:00pm
Star Player Clinics
12:00pm
Tennis Village Opens
2:00pm
Autograph Signings @ Tennis Village
2:00pm
Hospitality Opens (2pm – COP)
2:30pm
Fifth Place Match, followed by a short Emirati Doubles
5:00pm
Semi-final 1
7:00pm
Semi-final 2
9:30pm
Cocktail Reception @ Yas Viceroy

10:00am
Star Player Clinics
10:00am
Tennis Village Opens
11:00am
Hospitality Opens (1pm-COP)
11:30am
Autograph signing @ Tennis Village
1:00pm
3rd Place Match
3:00pm
Final Match
5:00pm
Championship Award Ceremony

Tickets

Buy your tickets now at ticketmaster.ae and all Virgin Megastores across the UAE or by calling 800 TM UAE (86 823) and International +971 4 3662289

GP race ticket holders can benefit from a 20% discount on Category 2 tickets for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship 2016 through the Y1 Access program.

Price type Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Premier CAT1 1400 AED 1800 AED 2200 AED
Adult CAT1 300 AED 450 AED 650 AED
Child 2 – 12 years CAT1 200 AED 350 AED 450 AED
3 Day Package CAT1 1300 AED
Adult CAT2 100 AED 250 AED 350 AED
Child 2 – 12 years CAT2 50 AED 150 AED 200 AED
3 Day Package CAT2 600 AED
Family Pack of 4 CAT2 250 AED N/A N/A
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