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Saturday 23 June 2018
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Carter whips Duke to capture Tranquil men’s singles crown

Vaughn Wilson (left) and Nabeel Mohammed in action at yesterday’s men’s doubles final.

AIDAN CARTER needed three sets to defeat top seed Akiel Duke to capture the men’s singles crown, in the Shell/Tranquillity Open Tennis Tournament yesterday.

The final day of the two-week long event took place at the Tranquillity Tennis Courts, Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain.

But Carter held his nerves, under glorious sunshine, to triumph 6-4, 3-6, 6-2.

Richard McLetchie was awarded the veteran’s singles title courtesy a walkover victory over Kendall Cuffy while the pair of Nabeel Mohammed and Vaughn Wilson took the men’s doubles trophy after a three-set result over Dexter Mahase and Keshan Moonasar.


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