LAHORE – Sensational Ushna Suhail has guided Pakistan ladies tennis workforce to an exciting 2-1 win towards Turkmenistan within the Billie Jean King Cup (previously generally known as FedCup).
In accordance with data made out there on Saturday, with the 2-1 win towards Turkmenistan, Pakistan completed second within the Pool B and can now play Sri Lanka for the third/4th place within the Asia-Oceania Group II. The ladies in inexperienced have good prospects to win the tie as they’re performing very properly within the prestigious event as evident from their victory towards robust Turkmenistan workforce.
Pakistan have been off to begin when Ushna defeated Aisha Bikbulatova by 6-0, 2-6, 6-Three within the opening singles of the tie towards Turkmenistan to offer his aspect a 1-Zero lead. Ushna needed to face stiff problem towards her opponent. After successful the primary set at 6-0, her opponent modified her technique, enjoying slice and chip shorts, forcing the Pakistani champion to commit unforced errors. Ushna couldn’t cut back her quick tempo, aggressive strokes and misplaced the second set 2-6. Then Ushna appeared to have adjusted with a unique technique, lowering her tempo and holding her serve to win the third and decisive set 6-3.
Nonetheless within the second singles, Turkmenistan’s Anastasiya Azimbayeva needed to face powerful resistance from Pakistan’s Sarah Ibrahim Khan earlier than successful the essential match by 6-3, 6-4. Within the essential doubles match, the pair of Ushna Suhail and Sarah Ibrahim Khan proved very popular for the Turkmenistan pair of Anastasiya Azimbayeva and Bahar Toymyradova and outsmarted them with a rating of 6-1, 6-1 to assist Pakistan register a 2-1 thrilling triumph.
Earlier, Pakistan ladies performed properly towards hosts Tajikistan and outclassed them by 3-0. However they couldn’t begin their Billie Jean King Cup properly towards Mongolia, who overwhelmed them by 3-0. The Pakistan ladies tennis workforce additionally consists of three extra gamers Noor Malik, Mehak Khokhar and Esha Jawad whereas Sara Mansoor is a non-playing captain of the nationwide tea.