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Sai Teja, Teertha triumph

HYDERABAD: P. Sai Teja and Teertha Iska, both from Andhra Pradesh, won the under-16 singles boys and girls' singles titles respectively in the All India ranking tennis tournament, organised by Republic Club and Srikahalahsthi Tennis Players' Association, in Srikalahasthi on Thursday, according to information received here.

P. Sai Teja (AP) won the boys' singles title (under-16) defeating Statemate Bhargav 6-1, 6-3 in the final while Teertha got the better of her sister Akshara Iska 6-3, 6-1 in the girls' final.

Other results: Boys: Under-14 (final): P. Sai Teja bt Avinash Sai (TN)) 6-2, 6-0. Semifinals: P. Sai Teja bt Dhruv Balakrishnan 10-1; R. Avinash Sai (TN) bt Sai Reddy (AP) 10-6. Doubles: Under-16 (final): C. Bhargav & Sai Teja bt Supreeth & Jude Raymond 8-2.

Girls: Under-16: Doubles (final): Divya Rana & Nayana Tara bt Akshara Iska & Teertha Iska 6-3, 6-2.

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