ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's longest serving number 1 tennis player Aqeel Khan wasted very little time to dispose of Irfan Ullah in straight sets to book second round spot in the 30th Federal Cup Ranking Tennis Championships 2015 yesterday. No major upsets were witnessed as a total of 39 matches were played on the second day of the event. The only notable thing to witness the event was the first round exit of former Pakistan number 1 players and Davis Cuppers Rashid Malik and Hameed-ul-Haq. Rashid did play superbly but age factor prevented him from repeating old golden days history and was beaten by Heera Ashiq in straight sets while Hameed was given a real bashing by up and coming Arham Atiq. Hameed was outclassed in the first set winning just 1 game and was 0-1 down in the second set before he conceded the match. It is the time old warriors should only concentrate on playing seniors category and let youngsters enjoy the game. PTF president Salim Saifullah Khan had only a day earlier had made it clear he was worried about fitness of players and announced ranking championships would be held on 5-set basis. But it was again played on same old 3-set format. Aqeel completely dominated his match and was just toying with the opponent to win 6-1, 6-2., Babar Ali Akbar, elder brother of Davis Cupper Abid Ali Akbar, beat Malik Abdul Rehman in straight sets 6-3,6-2. All the other seeded players also moved into the second round by beating their opponent in straight sets. Third seed M Abid eliminated Barkat ullah of Peshawar without conceding a single game in both sets winning 6-0 and 6-0. Veteran Israr Gul beat Ejaz Khan in a thrilling two set match 7-6, 7-5.