ExxonMobil Qatar, the title sponsor of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2020, has announced an exciting series of activities for its stand in the tournament’s Public Village.
This year’s activities have been carefully planned to tie in with ‘Energy in Motion’ — ExxonMobil Qatar’s campaign theme for the 2020 open. The campaign aligns with education. It highlights the actual science behind the tennis and draws attention to design and construction, kinetic energy and power, aerodynamics, vibrations, forces, friction, and others.
The ExxonMobil Qatar stand will feature the Motion Sphere platform – a uniquely immersive motorcycle racing experience. A real racing motorcycle is installed inside a sphere to provide an exceptionally intense drive for every participant.
Stand visitors can also have a video of them taken in slow motion, and they can participate in a STEM quiz on a touch screen to win lots of great instant prizes.
As in previous years, the ever-popular “ExxonMobil Minute” will be part of the 2020 tournament. Winning players randomly serve tennis balls into the audience at the end of each match, and lucky spectators can catch them and claim a valuable prize at ExxonMobil Qatar’s stand in the Public Village.
Those frequenting the stand may get a chance to meet their favourite tennis stars – players randomly visit during the tournament to take part in activities, talk to fans and sign oversized tennis balls.
The Public Village is a lively mix of music, entertainment, performances, restaurants and cafes, and a traditional Souq. Visitors and families can relax and enjoy authentic Qatari food and a selection of other available dining options, as their children enjoy the games and rides.
Marking the 28th anniversary of the tournament, this year’s Qatar ExxonMobil Open is successfully running and winning its matches in a successful way. Confirmed tournament participants include Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Stan Wawrinka, and Andrey Rublev.
Tickets for the six-day event are available to the public online at qatartennis.org, as well as at various locations across Doha.
Source: The Peninsula