Final match of Aita Men's Tennis Tournament in Lucknow, Tamil Nadu's Ranjith defeated MP to win the title

Final match of Aita Men’s Tennis Tournament in Lucknow, Tamil Nadu’s Ranjith defeated MP to win the title

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Top seed Tamil Nadu’s VM Ranjith defeated Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh to win the All India Tennis Association title at Unnad Tennis Academy in Ashiana, Lucknow.

Lucknow, Jagran Correspondent. Top seed Tamil Nadu’s VM Ranjith defeated Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh to win the All India Tennis Tournament title in Lucknow. At the same time, Tanik Gupta and Utkarsh Tiwari of Madhya Pradesh won the trophy by defeating Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh and Ayush Sharma of Rajasthan in a tight competition in the men’s double match.

The final match of the Aita Men’s Tennis Tournament organized by the All India Tennis Association was played at Unnad Tennis Academy in Ashiana. In men’s singles, it was a contest between VM Ranjith of Tamil Nadu and Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh. Top seed Ranjit takes advantage of his experience to put pressure on the opposition player from the very beginning.

In the final match too, he adopted this strategy and did not give a chance to Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh to play openly even once. After taking a 6-4 lead in the first set, Ranjit made no mistake. Strong performance in the second set. In the second set, Ranjit became attacking after collecting two points and boosted the morale further by continuously smashing Raghav Jai Singhani. After this, winning the match 6-4, 6-1, securing four more points.

The final match of the men’s double was a fork. The match ended in three sets in which Tanik Gupta and Utkarsh Tiwari of Madhya Pradesh defeated Raghav Jai Singhani of Madhya Pradesh and Ayush Sharma of Rajasthan 7-5, 6-7(4), 10-7. Tanik Gupta and Utkarsh Tiwari of Madhya Pradesh, who were ahead in the first set, fell behind in the second set. After this, in the final and deciding match, Tanik Gupta and Utkarsh Tiwari played very cleverly and won by a margin of 10-7.

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