Godfrey Lowden spared no time in entrapping the Assuria Mens Over-35 Singles Championship
from Carlos Adams in straight sets with 6-3, 6-0 on Monday evening at the Le Ressouvenir Tennis Club.
The two have a rivalry that go years back and expectations were high since both men are very resilient in their attempt to be Guyana’s modern day Veteran Tennis Champion. There were a flurry of shots between the two players as they both seemed energized enough to break each other serve until 3-3 when Adams seemed to slow down with a high level of unforced errors. This is when Lowden started to deliver spectacular passing shots to easily go on to take the first set at 6-3.
Lowden started the second set re-energized as he played a slower and more tactical game immediately breaking Adams first service game. This threw off Adams who seemed uncharacteristically low on energy and starting landing more balls in mid court. Lowden recognizing this opportunity moved into the net which proved very effective as he whitewashed Adams to take the set at 6-0.
The pair was in action again last night at the Nash Tennis Court battling in the Men’s Over 45 singles.
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