PESHAWAR (APP) - Pakistan No. 1 Aqeel Khan was happy to win the title of the Chief of Air Staff Khyber Open Tennis Championship for 12 times in a row. When he defeated his younger brother Jalil Khan in all brothers final played at PAF Officer Mess Courts on Friday. Vice Chief of the Air Staff Air Marshal Muhammad Tahir Rafique Butt was the chief guest on this occasion and witnessed the final. Soon after arrival, Deputy Chief of Air Staff Administration Air Marshal Waseem Uddin, who is also Chairman of the PAF Sports Control Committee with Director Sports Group Captain Farooq Ahmad, received the chief guest. Besides him other high ranking military and civil officials, representatives of the NBP Nazneen Zaka, HBL, Director General Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Khan Zeb, players, PAF School Children and spectators were also present and witnessed the cheerful final. That didn't keep the Pakistan No.1 player from looking ahead other major events in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad this season. Aqeel Khan finished his victory against his younger brother Jalil Khan with a 6-2 and 6-1 in an hour and five minutes. "I have full faith in me to topple Jalil Khan to complete winning the title for a dozen times in a row," Aqeel Khan, who pursed Rs.750,00 as prize money with Championship trophy, said in a post match talks. Jalil Khan got prize money of Rs. 40,000/- cash and runner-up trophy. The seeded second in the Championship, Jalil, the undisputed Pakistan No. 2, wanted to break Aqeel service and rhythm by smashing some beautiful forehand in the first set where both were struggling at 1-1, and 2-2 but Aqeel did not give him much time to strike back. Aqeel's volleys and forceful smashes did not give Jalil to settle down despite his strong efforts to do his best against his brother, who had much experience of play in that sort of matches over the grass courts. The top-seeded Aqeel broke his young rival to grab a 3-1 lead in the opening set and raced up too quickly to finish the set points 6-2. There were chances of come back into the game with Jalil but he could not maintain his pace that needed against his much experience rival. After winning the first set, Aqeel has an easy sailing in the second set where he finished with a superb cross-court smash to win the title for 12 consecutive years with a 6-1 set point and he deserved much of the cheering response from the sitting spectators when he wave his racket toward them. "This has always been a great tournament for me as I won the first title on the same court in way back 1999 and apart from 2009 break in it, I completed a dozen trophies victory in a row, a jubilant Aqeel said. "It's all about getting everything together," he said. "I like some of the tournaments and the CAS Khyber Open Tennis Championship always attracted me because of my association with it," Aqeel Khan added. In the Under-18 final second one Muhammad Abid of Lahore beat four seeded Syed Zohair Raza, hailing from Karachi by 6-1, 6-0 while M Mudassir, second seed, upset top seed Hasnain Manzoor in a marathon final 2-1, the score was 4-2, 3-5and 4-1. In the doubles Aqeel Khan and Jalil beat Shehzad Khan and Yasir Khan by 6-3 and 6-4 while in the Veterans doubles Inam Ullah and Inayat Ullah upset top seed AVM Razi Nawab and Hamid-ul-Haq by 6-3 and 6-4. A total of 110 players in Men singles, Men doubles, U-18, U-14 and Veterans doubles took part in the Championship held under the aegis of PAF Sports Control Board.