Enrique Lopez-Perez: Stands Tall in Gov's Cup Title

Enrique Lopez-Perez
Thunder struck for the second time at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club at the weekend when Spain's Enrique Lopez-Perez beat France's Gianni Mina to recover the men's title at the principal leg of the Governor's Cup Lagos Tennis Championship.

The Spaniard first won the title in 2012, however the way he celebrated subsequent to beating Mina at the inside court of the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club on Saturday depicted a player, who had since been yearning for another trophy.He won 6-2, 6 (7), 6-1 to set a marker for the second leg, which serves off at a similar setting today.

In the ladies' singles last, Slovak Majeric, who won the last in the 2013 release and was runner up in the 2015 rivalry, likewise made it title number two when she beat a predictable normal face in the Governor's Cup in the most recent six years, Swiss Conny Perrin, 3-6, 6-1, 6-1.
Majeric said the triumph has placed her in great stead for the second leg, including, "I am cheerful winning this once more. I was runner-up a year ago. There's probably Conny was an extreme player. She took the primary set, I needed to battle back to win the other two sets. This is an incredible competition for us and I'm happy to be here once more, as this is my fifth time in Lagos. For the second week, it is not yet over getting twofold triumph will be useful for my amusement and positioning on the planet."

The twosome of Chayenne Ewijk and Rosalie Van Der Hoek, both from The Netherlands, beat the sets of Valetini Grammatikopoulou from Greece and Indian Prarthana Thombare in straight arrangements of 6-3, 7-5.

Lopez-Perez collaborated with Holland's Boy Westerhof to beat the match of France's Calvin Hemery and Gianni Mina in straight arrangement of 6-2,6-3.
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