Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki returns the ball to Monica Puig of Puerto Rico during their semi-final tennis match at the WTA Qatar Total Open in Doha, on February 17, 2017. / AFP / KARIM JAAFAR
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The rain-ravaged Qatar Open could finish without a winner this year, a senior official conceded Friday as the tournament was again battered by heavy rainfall and raging thunderstorms.Rain has delayed play on every single day, and virtually wiping out all matches on two days.Several of the players, including Karolina Pliskova and Dominika Cibulkova, who were playing against each other in the first semifinal Friday night, are due to play at the Dubai tennis Championships next week, where qualification rounds are already underway.By late evening, however, Monica Puig, Caroline Wozniacki, Pliskova and Cibulkova had all qualified for the semifinals.
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