Conny Perrin of Switzerland made the distinction as she helped Hyderabad Strikers attain the highest of the desk with a 43-37 victory over Delhi Binny’s Brigade within the Tennis Premier League on the Balewadi Stadium on Friday.
The 31-year-old Conny, ranked a career-best 134 in 2018, received her singles towards Sowjanya Bavisetti 12-8 and partnered Sriram Balaji for the same 12-8 victory over Siddhant Banthia and Sowjanya.
Niki Poonacha was held 10-10 by Mohamed Dougaz. In the final males’s doubles, Poonacha and Balaji misplaced Sept. 11 to Banthia and Dougaz. Thus Hyderabad rose to the highest with 130 factors.
Bangalore Spartans was held 40-40 by host Pune Jaguars which meant that the group slipped from the highest with its complete of 128 factors.
Mumbai Leon Army stayed comfortably within the race for semifinals, because it beat Chennai Stallions 43-37 with Valeriya Strakhova taking part in a key function together with her singles and blended doubles wins. Ramkumar Ramanathan misplaced his singles to Mathias Bourgue, however received the doubles with Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan.
Hyderabad Strikers bt Delhi Binny’s Brigade 43-37 (Conny Perrin bt Sowjanya Bavisetti 12-8; Niki Poonacha tied with Mohamed Dougaz; Conny & Sriram Balaji bt Siddhant Banthia & Sowjanya 12-8; Poonacha & Balaji misplaced to Siddhant & Dougaz Sept. 11).
Bengaluru Spartans tied with Pune Jaguars 40-40 (Karman Thandi bt Rutuja Bhosale 12-8; Siddhart Rawat tied with Arjun Kadhe 10-10; Karman & Vishnu Vardhan misplaced to Rutuja & Vijay Sundar Prashanth 6-14; Vishnu & Sidharth bt Arjun & Vijay 12-8).
Mumbai Leon Army bt Chennai Stallions 43-37 (Valeriya Strakhova bt Ekaterina Kazionovo 11-9; Ramkumar Ramanathan misplaced to Mathias Bourgue Sept. 11; Valeria & Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan bt Bourgue & Anirudh Chandrashekhar 12-8; Ramkumar & Jeevan bt Bourgue & Anirudh 11-9).
Gujarat Panthers bt Punjab Tigers 44-36 (Ankita Raina bt Diana Marcinkevica 13-7; Manish Sureshkumar bt Denis Istomin 11-9; Ankita & Divij Sharan tied with Diana & Malek Jaziri 10-10; Divij & Manish tied with Istomin & Jaziri 10-10).