MIGHTY McNab won the day during a popular annual event.
Denbigh Tennis Club held its annual men’s singles tournament for a third successive year on Saturday, with top seed Alastair McNab retaining his title.
McNab, who was a finalist in 2015’s tournament, emulated his success of last year with a thrilling 7-5 final victory over second seed Marc Shaw.
The champion had to do it the hard way, though, as he trailed 5-3 in the final, with Shaw serving for the title.
In a complete turnaround, McNab then broke serve twice to take a 6-5 lead, before serving out for the championship.
McNab won all six of his pool matches to top Group A earlier in the day, ahead of runner-up Philip Shaw.
Marc Shaw and Wayne Cooper progressed from a hugely competitive Group B.
Turning to the semi-finals and it was a father v son contest as Marc saw off Philip 6-2 in a thrilling clash.
The other last-four contest witnessed Alastair McNab beating Wayne Cooper 6-0
Denbigh Tennis Club will be holding its annual mixed doubles tournament from 1pm on Saturday, September 23.
Entry for the event closes at 8pm on September 22.
Up-to-date information can be found on the club’s Facebook page and website.
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