In Cairo, Egyptians Ali Dawoodi and Abdul Ghani Mohammed won the men's doubles titles in the All-African tennis Championships on Saturday (14 December).
GV Gezira Sporting Club in Cairo
TGV Ali Dawoodi of Egypt serves to Awopegba of Nigeria; rally; Allan hits ball into net (Score 40-30) play continues and Dawoodi scores, game and set to Egypt 6-4
GTV Rally, Allan hits ball out
GTV Dawoodi serves, ball goes wide
SV&GV Dawoodi serves in the final game and scores
LV Two spectators
GTV Dawoodi serves, ball wide, Dawoodi serves again sand wins match point. Players shake hands Finals score: 6-4 6-4 6-4.
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Background: In Cairo, Egyptians Ali Dawoodi and Abdul Ghani Mohammed won the men's doubles titles in the All-African tennis Championships on Saturday (14 December).
The Egyptian players met Nigeria's P. Alan and L. Awopegba in the finals held at Gezira Sporting Club.
They won the game 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
The match was closely contested, but the Egyptians were in the lead defending well against the Nigerians' good, fast services throughout the game.
Despite the performance, they drew a poor crowd.