The competitions of Doha Asian Junior Open 2018 came to an end at the Khalifa Tennis and Squash Complex on Monday.
Pakistan dominated the titles of the three-day tournament that also featured the participation of players from Iran, Jordan, India and hosts Qatar.
The state of Qatar was represented by Jaber Dawood, Hamad Al Amri (19 years), Waleed Zaman, Ali Al Dosari, Ahmad Al Meraikhi (17 years), Yousef Essam, Abdulrahman Al Maraghi, Abdulrahman Khalaf (15 years), Abdulaziz Al Thani, Khalifa Al Janahi, Yousef Al Kebaisi, Hamad Al Amri (13 years), Ali Awdah, Tamim Al Janahi and Abdulaziz Al Bani Hassan (11 years).
Pakistan’s Mohammad Aziz claimed the first place in U19 years category after beating his compatriot Abbas Zeeb.
In the final match of U15 years category, Pakistan’s Hamad Khan overpowered Mohammad Al Saraj of Jordan.
Qatar’s Ali Awdah claimed the title of U11 years category after defeating his compatriot Khalid Al Hamadi in the final match.
The Tournament Director Saad Al Mohannadi said, “The Qatar Tennis, Squash and Badminton Federation is keen to host this type of tournaments to help our players develop their skills”
“The federation spares no effort to provide the Qatari players with all possible support and to promote squash in the state of Qatar. “He added.