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Punjab Junior Tennis Championship Features Thrilling Matches

Punjab Junior Tennis Championship Features Thrilling Matches

The excitement at the Ali Embroidery Mills Punjab Junior Tennis Championship 2023, hosted at the Sports Board Punjab Tennis Academy in Nishtar Park Lahore, continued to rise as more thrilling matches unfolded on Tuesday.In the Boys U-18 Quarterfinals, Asad Zaman displayed his skills, defeating M. Sohaan Noor with a score of 6-2. M. Rehan exhibited his prowess with a dominant performance, winning against Abu Bakar Khalil with a score of 6-1. Hamza Jawad demonstrated his tennis finesse by outclassing Zain Saeed with a score of 6-0, while in a closely contested match, Waleed Javeed secured victory over Yafat Nadeem with a scoreline of 7-5.

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Moving to the Boys U-16 Quarterfinals, Asad Zaman continued his impressive run, defeating Shaheer Khan convincingly with a score of 6-1. Abu Bakar Khalil showcased his tennis skills, prevailing over Zain Saeed with a score of 6-4. M. Sohaan Noor exhibited determination, edging out Abdur Rehman with a score of 6-4. M. Rehan displayed his talents by defeating Abdullah Pirzada with a score of 6-3.

In the Boys/Girls U-14 Quarterfinals, Hajra Suhail delivered a remarkable performance, beating Aalay Hussain with a score of 6-3. Abdullah Sajjad showcased his tennis talent, securing victory over Awais Zia with a score of 6-4. Bismel Zia exhibited a strong game, defeating Ayyan Khan with a score of 6-3, and Orhan Sohail demonstrated his skills, emerging victorious against Ohad e Mustafa with a score of 6-2.

In the Boys/Girls U-12 1st Round, Hajra Suhail continued her impressive journey, defeating Khadija Khalil with a score of 6-2. In the Boys/Girls U-10 1st Round, Ameen Abdullah showcased his tennis talent, defeating M. Turab Bhatti with a score of 6-2, and Muaz Shahbaz displayed his skills, securing victory over Ahsan Alam with a score of 6-1.