ISLAMABAD - The PTF Complex was proposed by Sindh Tennis Association and Punjab Lawn Tennis Association during the PTF Annual General Council meeting on 17 August 2009 and a resolution was tabled in which both these Associations pay rich tribute to Dilawar Abbas and in recognition of his services the PTF Complex was renamed as Dilawar Abbas Complex, this was revealed by Major (Retd) Rashid ex-secretary PTF during an exclusive talk with The Nation on Thursday. He further said Dilawar Abbas opposed this and was not in favour to change the name but on the demand of both the associations regarding his role in the construction of Complex a resolution was approved with thumping majority by the council members, he agreed reluctantly. Rashid said council members gave example of Khanna National Stadium of India which is named after ex-president All India Tennis Association, similarly other examples were also quoted in the resolution. Only general council has the right to change the name of the complex through majority vote and they can rename it after any one they feel suitable, Rashid said. He further said any decision without the approval of general council would be illegal and morally wrong. He further said no one can deny the fact that Aisam has achieved laurels for country and made proud and is one of the best, (if not the all time great) tennis player country has produced and he should be honoured for his outstanding achievements. Rashid suggested that Punjab government allot land for a tennis complex in Lahore as he wished several times in past and that should be named after Aisam where he can coach junior players and produce a true champion like him in the near future, he said.