KARACHI - Top seed Aqeel Khan defeated his younger brother Jalil Khan in the final in straight sets to clinch the Subh-e-Nau National Tennis Cup men's singles crown here at Modern Club Tennis Courts on Tuesday. Jalil, who overpowered second seed Asim Shafik in semis could not maintain his winning form against a more stronger opponent Aqeel who won 6-2,7-6(3) for his second title in 10 days. About four days ago, he won Subh-e-Nau National hard court championship. Subh-e-Nau, an NGO involved in the promotion of environment and public health issues, hosted the two back-to-back events almost immediately after receiving associate membership of the PTF for its contribution to the promotion of sports at national level for the last decade and a half. Both the brothers had clinched the doubles title of the tournament on Monday. In ladies final, fourth seed Natasha Afridi beat third seed Saba Aziz from Lahore for her second title. Saba, who was considered favorite after she overpowered top seed Sara Mansoor in semis, fell to hard hitting Natasha 6-1, 6-1. Natasha has already won the doubles title pairing with Mehak Khokhar. With this victory, Natasha has completed two consecutive title victories in a row here at Karachi. She already won Subh-e-Nau National Hard Court Championship last week by beating top seed Sara Mansoor in Final. In Boys' Junior U-17 final Zohair Raza lost to Heera Ashiq 1-6, 0-6 while in U-13 category Kashan-ul-Haq from Haq family became the champion by beating Ali Muraj 6-3, 6-0. Post match ceremony was held after men's singles final on Tuesday evening, in which Mrs. Shahida Kauser Farooq, Chairperson Subh-e-Nau, distributed awards among the winners. Aqeel Khan, Singles event winner, was awarded with rupees 33 thousand and a trophy, while his runners up Jalil Khan got Rupees twenty thousand. Ladies singles title winner Natasha Afridi was given rupees twenty thousand, while, her runners up player Saba was awarded with a cash prize of rupees 12 thousand. On this occasion, Mrs. Shahida Kauser Farooq greeted tournament committee for making two tournaments successful.