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Alex Rybakov Serve
What a week it was! The Old Capitol Tennis Championships were a success despite weather related challenges. From 100-degree days to days of pouring rain, not all play was able to be completed outside as planned.
Alex Rybakov Winner's Check
The final for the 2019 Old Capitol Championship was blessed with a beautiful 80-degree day. This allowed play to be moved back to the outdoor courts for the first time since Tuesday. The championship match featured No. 3 seed, Alex Rybakov, against No. 4 seed, John McNally.
Dubs Champions
While heat forced play indoors at the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex each of the last two days, a beautiful sunny morning allowed for the Old Capitol Tennis Championships doubles final to take place outdoors. This highly anticipated match-up featured the No.
Aziz Dougaz Serve
Dangerous and rising temperatures forced Day 5 at the Old Capitol Tennis Championships to begin play on the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex’s indoor courts. In the day’s first match, No. 5 seed, Aziz Dougaz (pictured, file photo) won against Hady Habib, 6-4, 6-2.
Errol Smith
Day 4 at the Old Capitol Tennis Championships was filled with upsets. The first seeded player to fall was Columbian Alejandro Gonzales. The No. 2 seed fell in straight sets to Errol Smith (pictured). After play was moved inside due to extreme heat, Hady Habib took out the No. 1 seed, Sekou Bangoura, 6-4, 7-6.

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