The 27-year-old Prakash, son of the iconic Vijay Amritraj, playing his fourth tournament on his comeback trail, registered a 6-4, 6-2 in just one hour and 10 minutes over the fourth seeded and 374th ranked Myneni and foiled the latter’s bid for a double crown here.
Amritraj served out the first set in the 10th game. In the second set Amritraj broke in the third and the fifth games with Myneni playing some loose tennis and wrapped up the match and 2nd title in 4 weeks that he has played .
“My mind is refreshed and I am blessed that I can play everyday. Saketh was the scariest opponent this week but I’m thrilled with a win at Pune where I’m playing for the first time,” said Amritraj.
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