ISLAMABAD - Khadija Leghari and her son Ahmad Ibrahim won their respective finals Saturday to earn a unique titles in the ongoing Diplomat Tennis Championship held at Islamabad Tennis Complex. The two-day championship has been organised by renowned coach and former Davis Cup captain Fazl-e-Subhan for the diplomats of different countries in order to provide them with a break in their routine work and also to demonstrate that there was not security threat to international sportsmen. A total of 25 players from different countries including US, France, Italy, Korean Republic, Britain and Canada are participating in the event to show that they had full confidence in security arrangements. All the participants along with their supporters and a huge local crowd took part in the first day matches. The championship was divided into four categories - Mens singles, ladies singles, junior U-18 and mens doubles. In the mens first round matches, Zain Nawab beat Andrew Hall 8-3, Alain beat Micah Risher 8-5, David Jea beat Shahab Durrani 8-2, Carrioli Mimmo beat Aamir Ibrahim 8-3, Paul beat up and coming youngster Ahmad Ibrahim who played gallantly but lost to his far superior opponent 8-4, Fabio beat Hassan Ali 8-5, Arif Usman Uzbek Ambassador beat Jonathon Wolfington 8-4. In the quarterfinals Paul beat Carrioli Mimmo 8-2, Sharyar Dogar beat David Jea 8-0, Zain Nawab beat Alain 8-3, Arif Usman beat Fabio 7-6 in the tie break. In the mens doubles Paul/ Sharyar are in to the finals of the event , they will face against either the pair of Fabio/Carrioli Mimmo or Zain Nawab/Aamir Ibrahim. In the ladies singles final Khadija Laghari beat Kethy 8-6 after a sizzling match as the match swung from one way to another as both players were not ready to give the other any room after a tough battle Khadija finnaly prevails and won the hard fought final. The Under-18 final went to a bright Pakistan future Ahmad Ibrahim who outclassed his far superior opponent Hassan Alvi 8-3. The matches started at 4:00 pm on Saturday. The remaining matches will start at 9:00 am sharp today (Sunday). The Mens singles final will start at 6:00 pm. President Pakistan Tennis Federation Syed Kaleem Imam will grace the occasion as the chief guest. Fazl-e-Subhan has thanked all the diplomats for sparing time from their busy schedule and participate in the championship.