Malik lifts ITF World Masters 55+ singles, doubles titles in India.

LAHORE -- Pakistan's ITF seniors champion Rashid Ahmed Malik (Ali Embroidery Mills) has clinched the ITF World Masters 55+ singles and doubles titles beating India and Finland players in the finals played in New Delhi, India.

In the 55+ plus singles finals, phenomenal Malik trounced second seed Paul Varghese of India with a score of 6-2, 6-0. Malik, who was suffering from groin injury last day, managed to overcome that injury due to his countrymen's efforts, who provided every possible assistance to the Pakistani champion and enable him to fight like a lion and overcome his top seed Indian opponent to win the singles title.

Malik continued his good show in the 55+ doubles final as well, as he, partnering with Imran Ahmed Siddique, outpaced the Finland's pair of Joakim Berner and Markku Piirtola by 6-4, 6-4 to complete the brace of the titles. Both the Pakistani players fought bravely and finished the final as title winners.

Talking to The Nation from India, Rashid Malik said: 'First of all, I am thankful to Allah...

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