LAHORE - Pakistan's number one tennis player Aisamul Haq Qureshi registered another success as he won in the first round of the doubles event at the Indianapolis Tennis Championships in Indiana, USA. Pairing with Sam Querrey of the USA, Aisam overcame the former world top 10 Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis and his Argentinean partner Juan-Francisco Spina 7-5, 7-6 (8). The Pak-American duo looked in sync in the first set where the only break of the set went their way as they held their own serve relentlessly. At 5-5 in the second set however, their serve was broken as their opponents looked to push the match into a super tie breaker. However, Qureshi and co. hit back immediately, breaking the very next game to bring the set back on level terms, and forcing a second set tie break. This tie break eventually went the way of Aisam and Querrey after 18 points in all. This was the second time Aisam and Baghdatis faced each other, the first being a singles win for Aisam at a tournament in Uzbekistan in 2003, thus establishing Aisam's edge over him in both singles and doubles. In the next round, Aisam and Querrey face the winner of the match between Americans Kevin Kim and Bobby Reynolds and the British-Australian pair of Huss and Hutchins. Huss and Hutchins were defeated by Aisam in the first round of Wimbledon earlier in the summer.