ISLAMABAD - It was a day of Indians and Thai girls, as the singles and double title of the third ITF Pakistan International Junior Tennis Championship were decided on Friday here at PTF Tennis Complex. The 4th seed Vaidik Munshaw of India annexed the boy's singles title by beating unseeded Ariez Elyaas Deen of Malaysia in straight set 6-2-6-1. In the first set, Manshaw secured the lead 4-0 by breaking 2nd and 4th game of Deen in which he made three double faults. The winner was in full command throughout the set. He was too good in serves and volleys. Vaidik Munshaw clinched the first set at 6-2. He maintained his same pace to keep the pressure on his rival in the next set and he succeeded to gain an important lead 3-0 by breaking the second game of Deen. Manshaw claimed the second set at 6-1 by breaking 6th game of Deen and lifted the trophy. After this victory, Manshaw earned vital 30 points for the International Tennis Federation (ITF) ranking, as the runner up Deen would add precious 20 points in his ranking. Luksika Kumkhum of Thailand claimed her third back-to-back singles title. She overcame Spanish opponent Carol Augustine-Benito 2-0 to grab the title with the score-line of 6-1 and 6-1. She was in excellent form and kept on run Benito throughout the match with her powerful forehand and double handed cross court and down the line winners. She conceded only two games in the two sets competition. Indian pair, Manshaw and Abhishek won the boy's doubles title by beating compatriot Kapur Shikhar and Anand Kunal in a single sided final at 6-1,6-1. Manshaw won the double crown by winning this title. Kumkhum and Peeraya of Thailand annexed the girl's doubles title by beating Rajani Saadgi and Manjunath Shalaka of India in straight sets 6-1, 6-2. This is the sixth title of Kumkhum in her last three tournaments.   As many as 125 players from 12 countries including India, Thailand, China, Egypt, Malaysia, Turkmenistan, Nepal, Australia, Spain, Indonesia, United Kingdom (UK), and host Pakistan participated in the boys and girls singles and doubles events of the three ITF tournaments. Secretary Youth Affairs Ashfaq Mehmood grace the final as chief guest. He also distributed the prizes, shields and souvenirs amongst the players and officials of the organisers. At this occasion, he congratulated the winners on their remarkable performance in the tournament. Results: Boy's Singles: Vaidik Munshaw (IND) beat Ariez Elyaas Deen (MAS) 6-2,6-1 Girl's Singles: Luksika Kumkhum (THA) beat Carol Augustine-Benito (ESP) 6-1,6-1 Boy's Doubles: SV Abhishek / Vaidik Munshaw (IND) beat Kapur Shikhar / Kunal Anand (IND) 6-1,6-1 Girl's Doubles: Luksika Kumkhum / Peeraya (THA) beat Saadgi Rajani / Shalaka Manjunath (IND) 6-1,6-2