LAHORE - Shah Naseeb of K-21 Club and former member GCU tennis team outplayed M Bilal in the Punjab University Trial matches final played here at PU Old Campus’ hard courts. Due to large participation of tennis players from across the country, draw of 32 players was chalked out by university’s organisers to conclude the trials. Bilal, who was top seed of the trials, could not resist in front of second seeded Shah’s endurance and stamina and lost the grip of this well-contested important final. Shah won the match 7-5, 3-6, 7-5.
Shah is very talented player of K-21 Model sports Club and the club always support him by providing unlimited training time as well as free of cost gymnasium facility for physical training and fitness. He has already won Inter-board and Inter-collegiate tournaments in addition to demonstrate excellent performance in National Ranking/Inter-club matches representing his club and college.
“I, on behalf of the club management, promise every possible tennis assistant to this talented youngster as part to talent supporting scheme of the club,” said K-21 club president Rao Akbar Latif.
“I shall try my best to further improve my tennis skill under the guidance of my coaches and senior players and keep the flag of my club, Punjab University and my country always high in future competitions,” said confident Shah. He especially thanked the club president for the kind support and patronage throughout and also praised his coach and senior practice partner Fahad Ali (former junior Pakistan No 1) for their dedicated efforts to make him professional player.