ISLAMABAD - Aqeel Khan overcame a strong challenge from his brother Jalil Khan in the final of the first Aisamul Haq Masters Tennis Tournament to lift the trophy and a cash purse of Rs 110,000 here at the PTF Complex on Friday. Aqeel completely outclassed Jalil in the first set and never allowed him any room and chance and wrapped up the set 6-0. The real competition started in the second set as a determined Jalil look to bounce back and show he has got the hunger and desire to be a champion, Aqeel was comfortably leading the second set 3-0, when Jalil changed the gear and broke Aqeel in the fourth game and retained his service in the next, then again broke Aqeel to level the score at 3-3. Aqeel won the next game so did Jalil, the real turning point came when Jalil save the match point and take the second set in to tie breaker before going down fighting as Aqeel's experience at the top prevailed and he won the second set on tie breaker thus wrapping up the final in straight sets 6-0, 7-6(3). Nausheen Ehtesham, mother of tennis legend Aisamul Haq was the chief guest on the concluding ceremony while Rohi Rais Khan, Acting President ZTBL was the guest of honour who later announced to give jobs to four talented up and coming tennis players Sara Mansoor, Eman Qureshi, M Abid and Faizan Khurrum. While speaking on the occasion Rohi said: "ZTBL will continue to help kids in best way possible and keep on providing jobs and other facilities to the budding talent of the country." While in her address Nausheen said: "I feel proud and honoured that PTF has taken this initiative and named this wonderful event after my son. I congratulate all the participants and Pakistan Tennis Federation for such nice arrangements and hope they will continue to hold events like this in future too." Later the awards were given to players M Abid was declared the best player of the tournament and was awarded cash prize of Rs 10,000 along with certificates and trophy, Hasnain Manzoor was named as upcoming talent and was given cash prize of Rs 5000, M Mudassar received the runners up trophy and Rs 5000 cash in the Under-14 category, Hasnain Manzoor received the winners' trophy and cash prize of Rs 10,000 in the same category. In Under-18 category, Usman Rafique received the runners-up trophy and Rs 8000 cash, M. Abid received the winners' trophy and cash prize of Rs 12,000. In ladies singles category Sara Manssor received runners-up trophy and a cash prize of Rs 25,000, while Saba Aziz get the winners' trophy and a cash prize of Rs 50,000. The men's singles final runners up trophy and a cash prize of Rs 55,000 was awarded to Jalil Khan, while Aqeel Khan received the winners' trophy and cash prize of Rs 110,000. Earlier the quarterfinalists of the event also received cash prizes and certificates along with the trophies, overall it was a wonderfully organised event and could have been more attractive had PTF not wasted precious money on bands and other unnecessary things they could have easily spent this amount on arranging a generator, as the persistent load shedding was making things worst for the crowd and a large size of journalists who were gathered there to cover the event. Journalists were searching for water but they couldn't find that as the PTF management was busy in some other activities. By only naming such a tournament against the living legend Aisam is not enough. The PTF management could have done much batter by declaring this event as a ranking event instead of a non-ranking tournament. Despite getting reasonable amount from the sponsors, the proper utilisation of that heavy amount was not witnessed. No proper water or sitting arrangements were made, the place which was supposed to accommodate journalists was filled with nonprofessional ones and journalists were looking hapless and were forced to perform their professional duties standing. There is no purpose of wasting money on bands and point scorings, the sponsors have given Rs .07million to the PTF but it was not seen where this amount actually spent as the total cash prizes and other things including trophies and certificates were not more than Rs .04 million. The PTF must have to tell about the rest of the amount.