Takanyi Garanganga scooped the Zimbabwe ITF Futures singles title while Benjamin and Courtney Lock won their third doubles crown at Harare Sports Club this afternoon.

Garanganga beat compatriot Benji in an all Zimbabwean final to gain some form of revenge in the last event of the series after losing the first singles tournament to his fellow countryman, Benji.

Benji overcame fellow young Davis Cup teammate Mehluli Sibanda 6-2, 6-4 to book a final berth with Garanganga who dispatched Lance Du Toit of South Africa 6-2, 6-4.

Garanganga played down the win saying the better player on the day won adding there is no rivalry at all between the two players.

Meanwhile, the Lock brothers Benji and Courtney won their third doubles title without hitting the ball when the pair of United States’ Jordan Parker and UK’s Isaac Stoute forfeited the final match. 

Tennis Zimbabwe president Martin Lock praised the sponsors of the tournament Old Mutual for supporting the growth and development of tennis in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe did well in the three series tournament winning five of the tournaments, two singles and all three doubles titles.

The international tourney attracted players from 21 countries.