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AP wins overall title

HYDERABAD, OCT. 14. Andhra Pradesh bagged the overall championship in the 29th senior National tenni-koit championship for men and women held in Patna recently.

Andhra won the men's and women's team events besides picking the singles titles the women's singles, doubles, men's doubles and mixed doubles titles.

The results: Team championship (Men final): AP bt Tamil Nadu 3-2 (M. Laxman Rao lost to V. Jesudas 18-21, 16-21; N. Rakesh bt G.N. Surya 15-21, 21-19, 21-13; Raju/Rakesh bt Samuel/Saravanan 17-21, 21-10, 21-19; N. Rakesh lost to V. Jesudass 18-21, 11-16; M. Laxman Rao bt Surya 21-19, 19-21, 21-10).

Women: AP bt Karnataka 3-0 (Narayanamma bt Deepa Sree 21-18, 21-12; Sameera Begum bt Sushma 21-15, 21-8; Narayanamma/Swapna bt Deepasree/Susma 21-13, 21-5).

Women's singles final: K. Narayanamma (AP) bt Sameera Begum (AP) 21-17, 21-14. (Doubles, final): A. Rajeshwari/Swapna bt Deepasree/Sushma 21-17, 12-21, 21-19.

Mixed doubles final: Raju Prasad/Usha Poornima bt Rounak/Mangiri Bande Buche (Mah) 21-13, 22-21.

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