AQEEL, ABID, MUZAMMIL, MUDASSIR IN PAK OPEN QUARTERS

LAHORE: It was a day of hectic activity at the 4th Nayza All-Pakistan Open Tennis Championship 2019 here at Bagh-i-Jinnah Courts.Pakistan’s No 1 tennis player Aqeel Khan, M Abid, Muzammil Murtaza and Mudassir Murtaza reached the men’s singles quarterfinals of the Nayza All Pakistan Open Tennis Championship 2019, which commenced here at PLTA Courts on Monday.In the men’s singles pre-quarterfinals, Aqeel Khan overwhelmed Ayaz Khan...

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