With only one phase of fixtures left to the end of the second round, Titans are riding high above the rest; 96 points on top of the standings out of 32 points
Kampala Premier Tennis League
Tennis Titans beat Trail Blazers 8-5
Team Eco Bank beat Team Kinetic 8-2
Trail Blazers beat Tennis Titans 8-4
Team Titans own the stage in the inaugural Kampala Premier Tennis League. It is just now a question of how far they can go.
With only one phase of fixtures left to the end of the second round, Titans are riding high above the rest; 96 points on top of the standings out of 32 points.
They secured another three points against Trail Blazers despite losing two sets of games in mixed doubles and men's singles against same team Saturday at Lugogo,
Trail Blazers' Lawrence Ssempija beat Titans's Paul Ssekandi 8-3 in the Men's Singles. The Trail Blazers collected another three points in their 8-4 defeat against Titans to remain second on the log with 78 points.
Meanwhile Eco Bank were affected by the absence of Sandra Kiisa in the mixed doubles, Patricia Munguryek was another absentee on a bad day for Eco Bank in the mixed doubles. They however shone in the men's doubles beating Team Kinetic 8-2.
The League has certainly approached the business and the set up caters for two seasons in one year.