Clay Court Ten­nis in May

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

ISLAMABAD—Subh-e-Nau (SN) Na­tional Clay Court Ten­nis Cham­pi­onship will be played here at the Pak­istan Ten­nis Fed­er­a­tion (PTF) Com­plex from May 9.

The event which is spon­sored by Bank Al-Falah, is ex­pected to at­tract coun­try’s lead­ing ten­nis tal­ent in seven dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories, says a press re­lease is­sued here.

The tour­na­ment will fea­ture com­pe­ti­tions in­clud­ing men’s sin­gles, men’s dou­bles, ladies sin­gles, ladies dou­bles, boys ju­niors un­der 18 sin­gles and boys u-14 sin­gles.

Play­ers will be given more than Rs 400, 000 as prize money and other in­cen­tives like daily al­lowances and econ­omy class train fair. The play­ers are re­quested to send their en­tries to Ref­eree She­hzad Akhter Alvi. The fi­nals of the tour­na­ment will be played on (Satur­day) May 14.—APP In­za­ma­mul Haq as Chief Se­lec­tor in­stead of mak­ing him the Pak­istan team’s bat­ting coach.

“Pak­istan Cricket Board is un­able to pick the right man for the right Job”, Qadir told me­dia per­sons.

“One can eas­ily see that bat­ting coach’s job would best suited Inzie who has been one of the great­est-ever Pak­istani bats­men”.

He said “we all know how the green-shirts per­formed in the Asia Cup and World Twent20 and where they lagged be­hind (bat­ting). “I ap-

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