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Islamabad National Junior Tennis: Both Hamza reach in final
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: Hamza Roman, and Mohammad Hamza Aasim qualified for the final of Under-18 category competitions of the Islamabad National Junior Tennis Championships2023 after beating Mohammad Salaar 2-1, and Kashan Tariq 2-0 in the semifinals at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad on Friday. The final will be played on Saturday at 2:00pm at the same venue.Results (semifinals):Boys 18 & Under Singles:Hamza Roman beat Mohammad Salaar 6-1, 5-7, 7-5Mohammad Hamza Aasim beat Kashan Tariq 6-2, 6-2Girls 18 & Under Singles:Amna Ali Qayum beat Hibba Omar 6-0, 6-0Zunaisha Noor beat Sheeza Sajid 6-3, 6-1Boys 14 & Under Singles:Haziq Asim beat Nabeel Ali Qayum 5-3, 4-2Amir Mazari beat Razik Sultan 4-0, 4-0 Boys & Girls 12 & Under Singles:Shayan Afridi beat Waqas Janas 5-4 (4), 4-0Mohammad Junaid Khan beat Razik Sultan 5-3, 3-5, 4-0.
Islamabad National Junior Tennis Championships in full swing
Mohammad Salaar, Kashan, Mohammad Hamza, Hamza Roman reach semifinalsSports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: Mohammad Salaar, Kashan Tariq, Mohammad Hamza Aasim, and Hamza Roman marched into the semifinals of the Boys’ Under-18 Singles of the ongoing Islamabad National Junior Tennis Championships 2023 after beating their opponents at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad on Thursday.Results:Boys’ 18 & Under Singles (Quarterfinals):Mohammad Salaar beat Saifullah Khan 6-1, 6-1Kashan Tariq beat Rayan Khan 6-2, 7-5Mohammad Hamza Aasim beat Amir Mazari 7-5, 6-4Hamza Roman beat Uzair Khan 6-1, 6-2Girls’ 18 & Under Singles (Quarterfinals):Sheeza Sajid beat Lalarukh Sajid 6-3, 7-6 (4)Zunaisha Noor beat Amna Jadoon 6-0, 6-1Amna Ali Qayum beat Maryum Omar Omar 6-0, 6-0Boys’ 14 & Under Singles (Quarterfinals):Razik Sultan beat Salman Niazi 4-0, 4-1Nabeel Ali Qayum beat Junaid Khan 4-1, 4-1Mohammad Haziq Aasim beat Orhan Sohail 4-1, 4-0Amir Mazari beat Hassan Usmani 4-0, 4-0Boys’ & Girls 12 & Under Singles (Quarterfinals):Shayan Afridi beat Moazzam Babar 4-0, 4-0Waqas Janas beat Ibrahim Hussain 4-0, 4-0Junaid Khan beat Mohammad Shakeel 4-0, 2-4, 4-1
Islamabad National Junior Championships: Orhan claims an upset win
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: Under-14 lad unseeded Orhan Sohail claimed an upset victory after defeating 7th seed Essa Fahd in straight sets I the U14 Singles fixture of the Islamabad National Junior Tennis Championships at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad on Wednesday. The final score-line was 4-0, and 5-3.Results:Boys’ Under-18 (Round-II): Saifullah Khan beat Sohaan Noor 6-2, 6-2; Hamza Roman beat Fawaz Ganjera 6-1, 6-0; Amir Mazari beat Rohaan Noori 6-1, 6-0; Rayan Khan beat Abdullah Khan 6-3, 6-4; Mohammad Hamza Asim beat Ali Zain 6-1, 6-1; Kashan Tariq beat Inam Qadir 6-2, 6-2; Uzair Khan beat Mohammad Haziq Aasim 6-3, 6-2; Uzair Khan beat Mohammad Haziq Asim 6-3, 6-2Girls’ Under-18 Singles (Round-I): Amna Ali Qayum beat Mahrukh Sajid 6-1, 6-0; Sheeza Sajid beat Zainab Ali Raja 6-3, 6-4; Lalarukh Sajid beat Fatima Ali Raja 5-0 (Retd); Zunaisha Noor W/O Zainab Ali NaqviBoys’ Under-14 Singles (Round-II): Orhan Sohail beat Essa Fahd 4-0, 5-3; Nabeel Ali Qayum beat Mohammad Yahya 1-4, 4-1, 4-0; Mohammad Hassan Usmani beat Saqib Ali 4-1, 5-3; Mohammad Haziq Asim beat Ammar Masood 5-3, 4-2
Islamabad National Junior Championship starts at PTF Complex
Unseeded Rayan Khan topples 8th Seeded Mustansir Ali Khan in straight sets 2-0ABDUL JABBAR FAISALISLAMABAD (October 24, 2023): The Islamabad National Junior Tennis Championship commenced with a major upset, as in the Boys Under-18 Singles, unseeded Rayan Khan tumbled 8th Seeded Mustansir Ali Khan in straight sets 2-0 at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad on Tuesday. Rayan claimed the vital victory with the score-line of 6-2, and 7-5.Saeed Ahmed Khan, Senior Vice President (SVP) Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) graced the opening ceremony as chief guest. Zarmeeneh Rahim (Chief Organizer), Gul Rehman Secretary-General-PTF, Arif Qureshi Secretary-ITA, Khalil Chughtai-Treasurer-PTF, Rashid Ali Tournament Coordinator, and a larger number of players, and Parents were present on this occasion.Results (Day-I):Boys’ Under-18 Singles:Abdullah Khan beat Abdullah Pirzada 6-3, 6-1Saifullah Khan beat Sameer Kiyani 6-3, 6-4Amir Mazari beat Mohammad Yahya 6-0, 6-3Ali Zain beat Mohammad Haider 6-2, 6-4Inam Qadir beat Nabeel Ali Qayum 4-6, 7-6 (2), 7-5Rayan Khan beat Mustansir Ali Khan 6-2, 7-5Fawaz Ganjeera beat Bazil Rizwan 6-3, 6-1Soohan Noor beat Hamza Khan 6-0, 6-2Boys’ Under-14 Singles:Saqib Ali beat Saifullah Azhar 5-4 (3), 2-4, 4-1Razik Sultan beat Sameer Masood 4-1, 4-0Orhan Sohail beat Bazil Rizwan 4-0, 4-1Mohammad Junaid Khan beat Aliyyan Aizaz 4-1, 4-0Ammar Masood beat Ahmed Ayan ul Haq 4-1, 4-0Mohammad Yahya beat Raja Mohammad Taha 4-0, 4-1
Islamabad National Juniors’ Championship to start on Tuesday
110 players to participate in different age group categories competitions   Abdul Jabbar FaisalISLAMABAD (October 23, 2023): Islamabad National Juniors’ Tennis Championship will roll into action on Tuesday here at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex, Garden Avenue, as 110 teenagers will participate in the competition for the top position.According to an official, the aims of the 5-day national junior championship are to bring together as many as 110 tennis talents from across the country and to provide a platform for young players to showcase their skills and compete in a spirit of sportsmanship. Girls U-18 Singles, Girls U-12 Singles, Girls U-10 Singles, Boys U-18 Singles, Boys U-14 Singles, Boys U-12 Singles, Boys U-10 Singles, Boys U18, and U14 Doubles competitions will be held in the championship.Arif Qureshi, the tournament director, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to ensure the smooth execution of the championship. Husnain Mehmood, the tournament referee, will oversee the fair and just application of the rules, promoting a competitive yet respectful atmosphere.Rashid Ali, the tournament coordinator, will play a role in coordinating the daily logistics and ensuring a seamless experience for both players and spectators. The championship 2023 promises not only thrilling matches but also an opportunity for young talents to learn, grow, and develop a lifelong passion for tennis.
Bilal, Ahtesham, Mazari win titles in Aitchison College Junior Tennis
Sports Bulletin ReportLAHORE: Bilal Asim, Ahtesham Humayun and Amir Mazari have won the titles in their respective categories in the 6th Aitchison College Junior National Tennis Championship 2023 that concluded here at the Aitchison College hard courts on Saturday.In the boys' U-18 final, Bilal Asim from SNGPL emerged victorious against Ahtesham Humayun with a score of 6-3 (retired). The boys' U-18 doubles final saw Bilal Asim and Ahtesham, both representing SNGPL, defeating Mohammad Salaar and Kashan Tariq with a commanding score of 8-1. In the girls' U-18 final, Amna Ali Qayum secured her title by beating Lalarukh with a convincing score of 6-1, 6-2. Ahtesham Humayun, also from SNGPL, triumphed in the boys' U-16 final by defeating M Salaar with a score of 6-4, 6-4. In the boys' U-14 final, Amir Mazari from Aitchison College emerged as the victor by defeating Omer Jawad with a score of 6-2, 6-2. The boys' U-14 doubles final witnessed an exciting clash, with Omer Jawad and Hamza Ali Rizwan prevailing over Amir Mazari and Muzamil Bhand with the score being 5-3, 2-4, 10-6. The boys/girls U-12 final showcased a thrilling battle, with Shayan Afridi emerging as the winner by defeating Rashid Ali Bachani with a score of 7-5. In the boys/girls U-12 doubles final, Abdur Rehman and Hajra Suhail secured victory by defeating Ali Bachani and Zayd Zaman with a score of 6-3. In the boys/girls U-10 final, Rashid Ali Bachani claimed the title by beating Mustafa Uzair Rana with a score of 6-4. The concluding ceremony was graced by the presence of Michael Thomson, Principal of Aitchison College, who acted as the chief guest. He distributed prizes, certificates, and shields among the winners and runners-up. The ceremony was also attended by PLTA Secretary Rashid Malik (Tamgha-e-Imtiaz), Omer Saeed of Servis Industries as well as the players, their families, and tennis enthusiasts, making it a memorable occasion for all. 
Shahid Hamid Memorial Tennis Tournament 2023 starts in Islamabad
Sports Bulletin ReportISLAMABAD: The Shahid Hamid Memorial Tennis Tournament has commenced here at Islamabad Tennis Complex (ITC), as over 100 players in different age groups from sister cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad are participating in the tournament.The tournament is being organized in memory of Air Marshal Shahid Hamid Raja (Late) who helped the tennis fraternity and supported the game of tennis.Results:Men’s Singles (Round-I):Hammad Ali bt Ahmed Murad 8-1; Abdullah Shafqat bt Ali Zain 8-4; Taimoor Adil bt Abdul Hadi 8-2; Danish Raza bt Emaddin 8-4; Daisuke Unemi bt Kaleem Zaib 8-4; Mohammad bin Abdul Waheed bt Mamoon Arshad Kiyani 8-3; Osama Janjua bt Rohan Norani 8-1; Idrees bt Qasim Khan 8-3; Haider bt Abdul Rehman Choudhry 8-5;Men’s Doubles (Round-I): Mohammad/Adul Rehman bt Saqib/Idrees 8-6; Daisuke/Yameen bt Behram/Qasim 8-2; Kaleem/Danish bt Raja Asif/Khurram Baig 7-6 (5); Adnan Khan/Saud Masood bt Taimur Adil/Mujtaba 8-4; Zalan Khan/Murtaza Khan bt Haider Ali/Haider Khan 8-0;Ladies Singles (Quarterfinal):Shandana Rabi bt Zara Shabaz 8-3; Zainab Ali Raja bt Ayesha Masood 8-2; Dana bt Amna 8-3; Fatima Ali Raja bt Zara Lawangin 8-6; Boys’ U-14 (Quaterfinals):Sameer Masood bt Awais 6-3; Salman Khan Niazi bt Mohammad Ali Izzat 6-3; Orhan Sohail bt Moazam Baber 6-1; Amar Masood bt Raja Mohammad Taha 6-2;
Tennis News: SBP Junior Tennis Championship starts in Lahore
Sports Bulletin ReportLAHORE: (June 14, 2023):-The Sports Board Punjab (SBP) Junior Tennis Championship  commenced on Wednesday here at the state-of-the-art Sports Board Punjab Tennis Academy in Nishtar Park, as the Secretary of Sports and Youth Affairs Punjab, Shahid Zaman inaugurated the event.The event commenced with Secretary Sports Shahid Zaman himself hit a shot, symbolizing the official start of the tournament. The colorful opening ceremony witnessed the presence of esteemed guests, including SBP Head Coach Rashid Malik (Tamgha-e-Imtiaz), players, their families, and devoted tennis enthusiasts, who gathered to support the young talent.Shahid Zaman said:"In the financial year 2023, our primary focus is the development of players. We have already enhanced our infrastructure, and now we are committed to nurturing internationally competitive players. These young talents will receive training and guidance from qualified national and international coaches, along with access to top-notch facilities. Additionally, we have planned international tours for our talented players, with the expectation that they will strive hard and bring international glory to Pakistan." PLTA Secretary Rashid Malik said:"I am profoundly grateful to Secretary Sports Shahid Zaman, who, being a tennis player and an ardent promoter of the sports, possesses a remarkable vision for sports in general and tennis in particular. His proactive measures will undoubtedly benefit players and contribute to the long-term success of tennis in Pakistan."The first day of the championship witnessed a total of 20 matches, with all the top players securing comfortable wins and showcasing a high standard of tennis. In the boys' U-18 category, Haider Nadeem defeated Hafiz M Imran 8-1, Yafat Nadeem triumphed over M Sohaan Noor with a score of 8-0, Ahmad outplayed Muhammad Aneek with a final score of 8-1, Ahmad Raza dominated Hanzla Anwar 8-1, and Shaheer Khan defeated Hassan Ali (GC) 8-1. In the boys' U-16 division, Ibrahim Sufi defeated Ahmad 8-3. In the boys' U-14 category, Awais Zia emerged victorious against Ahmad Khuda Bakhsh with a score of 8-3, while Ibrahim Sufi swept past Syed Ahmad Fareed with a commanding 8-0 win. In the boys/girls U-12 first round, Awais Zia beat Hassan Alam 6-2, Syed Ahmad Fareed beat Ameen Abdullah 6-2, Aliyan Ali beat Ahmad Khuda Bakhsh 6-3 and Muhammad Muaz beat M Ahsan Bari 6-2. In the boys/girls U-10 first round, Mustafa Zia beat Muhammad Turab 6-0, Ayyan Shahbaz beat Taha Asad 6-1. 
Hamid wins All Pakistan Sports Board National Ranking Junior title
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Hamid Israr outplayed Mohammad Hamza Aasim 2-0 in the Under-18 Singles final of the All Pakistan PSB National Ranking Junior Tennis Tournament that concluded at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex Islamabad on Saturday. Ehsan-ur-Rehman Mazari Federal Minister for IPC was the chief guest at the closing Ceremony. He distributed the prizes amongst the winners and runner-ups and congratulated all the winners and rrunner-ups. Results (finals): Boys’ Under-18 Singles: Hamid Israr beat Mohammad Hamza Aasim 6-4, 6-3 Boys’ Under-18 Doubles: Hamid Israr / Hamza Roman beat Huzaima Abdul Rehman/ Ahmed Nael Qureshi 6-3, 6-4 Girls’ Under-18 Singles: Amna Ali Qayum beat Sheeza Sajid 6-1, 6-2 Boys’ Under-1 Singles: Hamza Roman beat Asad Zaman 6-3, 1-0 (retd) Boys’ Under-14 Singles: Abubakar Talha beat Amir Mazari 6-1, 6-2 Boys’ Under-14 Doubles: Amir Mazari / Abubakar Talha beat Zohaib Afzal Malik/ Hamza Roman 4-6, 6-4 (12-10) Boys’ Under-12 Singles: Shayan Afridi beat Razik Sultan 3-5, 4-0, 5-3 Boys’ Under-12 Doubles: Shayan Afridi / Mohammad Faizan beat Ibrahim Gill / Ahsan Bari 4-2, 4-0
National Ranking Junior: Mohammad Hamza, Hamid set to play U18 final
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Mohammad Hamza Aasim and Hamid Israr reached in the final of the All Pakistan PSB National Ranking Junior Tennis Tournament after winning their respective semifinals here at PTF-SDA Tennis Complex here on Friday. Final will be played on Saturday at the same venue. Results (Semifinals): Boys’ Under-18 Singles: Mohammad Hamza Aasim beat Asad Zaman 6-0, 6-3 Hamid Israr beat Huzaima Abdul Rehman 7-5, 6-1 Girls’ Under-18 Singles: Amna Ali Qayum beat Mahrukh Sajid 6-1, 6-1 Sheeza Sajid beat Lalarukh Sajid 6-0, 6-2 Boys’ Under-16 Singles: Hamza Roman beat Nabeel Ali Qayum 6-2, 6-1 Asad Zaman beat Amir Mazari 6-1, 6-2 Boys’ Under-14 Singles: Amir Mazari beat Zohaib Afzal Malik 6-1, 6-2 Abubakar Talha beat Abdul Basit 6-3, 6-0 Boys Under-12 Singles: Shayan Afridi beat Junaid Khan 4-0, 4-0 Razik Sultan beat Waqas Janas 4-1, 5-4 (4) Boys / Girls Under-10 Singles: Mohammad Ibrahim Gill beat Mohammad Faizan 5-4 (6), 4-2 Salar Khan beat Shayan Afridi 4-0, 4-0
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