ISLAMABAD – Common sense finally prevails as International Tennis Federation (ITF) has accepted Pakistan Tennis Federation’s (PTF) written complaint against Australian-based Sri Lankan origin referee Ashita Ajigala, who without any concrete reasons, awarded the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group II tie to New Zealand, which was held at the neutral venue of Myanmar.Pakistan ace tennis star Aisamul Haq personally met with the ITF officials at the ITF headquarters in London and pleaded Pakistan's case. After haring the arguments, the ITF had accepted PTF’s plea and the matter would be taken before the ITF Board next week.While talking exclusively with The Nation, Aisam said: “I had very constructive and detailed meeting with Justine Albert, head of Davis Cup & Fed Cup of ITF and also with a member of the ITF Board of Directors. I thoroughly told them my point of view and I am quite satisfied with the developments. I am sure the ITF would not only consider our genuine request but also reverse the previous unjust and biased decision made by the biased referee.”While talking to this scribe longest serving Pakistan number 1 tennis player Aqeel Khan was also full of confidence that the tie would start from the same position where the referee had interfered and awarded to New Zealand.He further said: “I had detailed conversation with Aisam and I am pretty sure that Asiam had conveyed the message very loud and clear. We are preparing very hard and eagerly looking forward to play the tie from where we had left. We are fully prepared to play the tie at any given neutral place on any grass court surface. We would not disappoint the nation and would win the tie for the country.” –MOHSIN ALI