By Sports Reporter/ Doha
The Qatar Squash Federation (QSF) announced Al Jaidah Group as an official transport partner of the 2019 PSA Men’s World Championship which is being held in Doha until November 15 and upcoming editions of Qatar Classic Tournament.
The partnership was announced at a press conference held yesterday on the sidelines of PSA Men’s World Championship, with attendance of Tariq Zainal, secretary-general of the Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation, and Maud Daniel, marketing and customer care director at Al Jaidah Group.
As per the contract signed by the two parties, Al Jaidah Group will provide these squash tournaments with fleets of vehicles for the use of participating players and officials.
“On behalf of the federation’s board, we are proud to announce that Al Jaidah Group has joined the list of the sponsors and partners of PSA Men’s World Championship and Qatar Classic,” Zainal said. “This partnership reflects the commitment of the federation and Al Jaidah Group to develop squash in the State of Qatar by providing support to World Men’s Squash Championship and Qatar Classic,” he added.
“We are proud to be the official transport partner of the 2019 PSA Men’s World championship. At Al Jaidah Group we are committed to supporting the Qatar National Vision 2030 and contributing to the growth and development of Qatar,” Daniel said.
The $325,000 total prize purse tournament is featuring a total of 64 players from 24 countries, including the 56 highest ranked players and eight wild card entrants.
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