In his Maccabi Tennis Club and Victorian Jewish Tennis Championships debut late last month, ace recruit Warren Steinberg won the open men’s singles title, defeating Marcus Frajman 6-0 6-7 6-0.
Steinberg was a deserving title winner, dropping just seven games in each of his three matches in the tournament.
Frajman didn’t leave empty-handed though. In the B men’s singles, he didn’t drop a set en route to the final, which he won 6-2 6-4 versus Ben Pollak. Frajman last won that title in 2013.
And in the first open men’s doubles final to go to three sets in many years, Mitch Aarons and Steve Bendel defeated brothers Warren and Dean Steinberg 6-3 3-6 6-3.
Meanwhile, in the Bayside Regional Tennis Association’s Sunday Section 2 final, Maccabi’s team of Charlie and Jay Landau, Cody Brits, Anthony Duong, Henry Orner and Liron Lelah were crowned premiers.
The team secured first place with a final round victory over Royal South Yarra, by a games margin of 30-19.