Twice a year, Andy Taylor travels to Doha, Qatar to host the Qatar Tennis Federation’s ATP-250 and WTA-Premier tournaments: The Qatar ExxonMobil Open and the Qatar Total Open. There, he emcees the draw ceremony, hosts the official Player’s Dinner, introduces the athletes during player walk-on, interviews the winners on-court for international broadcasters, gives-away thousands of dollars worth of electronics to fans, and hosts the championship trophy presentations.

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VIDEO: Titan the Robot teases the Semifinal matches

In 2014, Bein Sports (France) profiled Andy during their coverage of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open. The video gives a glimpse of what life is like behind the scenes at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash compex. Andy has also played the role of “Titan the Robot” during the tournament, providing voiceover for the robot as he teased the upcoming Semifinal matches.

The Qatar ExxonMobil Open is a week-one event on the ATP World Tour, covering the first week of January, as players get back into competitive rhythm after the off-season. The Qatar Total Open follows the Australian Open, typically during weeks seven or eight on the WTA Tour.

In Print. Andy profiled in Qatar Tribune and Qatar Today.


Announcer Impersonations. Azarenka. Djokovic.

Announcer Impersonation. Victoria Azarenka

Announcer Impersonation. Novak Djokovic


Doha Photos. Through the Years…

2015. David Beckham

2016. Player Walkon. Qatar Total Open Championship Match

2014. Rafael Nadal. Championship Trophy Presentation

2015. Victoria Azarenka. Championship Trophy Presentation

2016. Qatar Total Open. Failed attempt as a ball kid

2017. Novak Djokovic. Qatar ExxonMobil Open

2015. Doubles Champions: Juan Monaco and Rafael Nadal

2017. Garbine Muguruza - her first of two matches during a rain-soaked tournament

2017. Doubles Champions: Jeremy Chardy and Fabrice Martin

2014. Chair Umpire Emmanuel Messina

2016. Qatar Total Open Production Team

2016. Bein Sports. Andy Kerr. Nicky Crosby. Jan-Michael Gambill