KARACHI Super-fit Sara Mahboob clinched the singles crown of the HBL Subh-e-Nau National Ladies Tennis overpowering an equally fit and talented Saba Aziz in straight sets final 6-0,6-2 on Saturday morning here at Modern Club to win the biggest-ever prize purse given in ladies event of Rs 70,000. Sara Mahboobs victory in the singles gave her a double crown as on Friday evening, she along with Sara Mansoor had won the doubles final against Saba Aziz and Mehek Khokhar 6-4, 7-5 to add Rs 6500 to her total prize money. Thus Islamabad-based Sara Mahboob won total prize money of Rs 76,500 in four-day championship organised by Subh-e-Nau with the support of Habib Bank. Subh-e-Nau is an NGO which is involved in the promotion of tennis and also an associate member of the Pakistan Tennis Federation. Saba Aziz earned Rs 40,000 for being runners up. Besides the singles final, the other attraction on the concluding day of the championships carrying overall prize money of Rs 200,000 was under-17 singles final in which tiny 11-year-old Maheen Dada - a local girl - was pitted against Mehek Khokhar of Islamabad, an experienced player who won the final 6-0, 6-1. However the attention was on Maheen Dada. She was not expected to upset her experienced opponent but her supporters were interested to see how long Maheen could held Mehek Khokhar on the court. Despite all the odds stacked against her, Maheen put up a fight and did not give the final on a platter to her opponent. She engaged her opponent some times in long rallies and forced Mehek to win her points. When Maheen Dada won a game in the second set on her own service, it was a big achievement. Her father Adnan Dada, chairperson of Subh-e-Nau Shahida Farooq, tournament director Mehvish were among those who watched the tiny Maheen won her biggest ever prize purse of Rs 6000 which she won for being runners up in the final. Maheen Dada also won Rs 5000 as prize for losing quarter-finals in singles. Thus Maheen Dada took home Rs 11,000 as prize money. After mutual consultations, the two agreed that if the final was not played as scheduled on Saturday, the chances of holding it in near future would be difficult as Sara Mahboob is based in Islamabad and her opponent Saba Aziz in Lahore. Finally, it was agreed to hold the final early in the morning of Saturday. Only the parents of the players and a couple of friends and the organisers were present to witness a pulsating final in which Sara Mahboob asserted her overall superiority over Saba Aziz. This was not the first time that the two astonishingly talented girls were meeting in a final. The last time when the two won on clay court Saba Aziz had the better of Sara. However things were different here. Sara Mahboob used to play in the morning found her touch immediately after she entered the court. Saba Aziz - a student of London School of Economics - was tried her best to win but Sara Mahboob played aggressive and attacking game to beat her. Saba tried to come back in the second set but she could not because of the immense pressure of losing the first set. She even managed to play some spectacular shots but those were not enough to upset the ultimate winner. Complete breakup of prizes given at the championship: Singles events: Winner: Sara Mahboob Rs 70,000. Runners up: Saba Aziz Rs 40,000 Losing semi-finalists: Sara Mansoor, Mehek Khokhar Rs 10,000 each. Losing quarter-finalists: Seher Khawaja, Uzma Ansari, Maheen Dada, Shahid Farooq Rs 5000 each. Doubles events: Winners: Sara Mahboob and Sara Mansoor Rs 6500 each. Runners up: Saba Aziz and Mehek Khokhar Rs 3500 each. Losing semi-finalists: Hina Siddiqui, Saima Batool, Shahida Farooq and Sara Ahmed Rs 1500 each. Under-17 finals: Winner: Mehek Khokhar Rs 15,000. Runners up: Maheen Dada Rs 6000. Losing semi-finalists: Aqeela Naz and Madiha Manzoor Rs 1500 each.