Salem Boys tennis took charge in Brighton taking first place by 10 points.
1 singles Eric Liu took 2nd place, losing a tough match to Lakeland.
Jason Zheng, 2 singles, won all 3 to take first.
Ajay Bharathan, 3 singles, took second place.
Nihal Lingam continued his winning ways by taking all 3 matches at 4 singles.
Andrew Clarke and Khush Patel struggled at times but managed to take the gold medal at 1 doubles.
Ryan Th’e and Rahul Rao, 2 doubles, were the last match on as both teams, Brighton and Salem, cheered each point. The Rocks emerged with a 3 set victory for 2nd place.
Cal Smiley and Havish Poluru lost their last match at 3 doubles to the Brighton team they had just defeated on Tuesday, to take 2nd place.
Parker Henderson and Ansh Dave, 4 doubles, played well but fell short of medalling.
Gautham Kanakasabal and Majd Yahya swept through their 5 doubles matches to take the gold.
Akash Bharathan and Abdul Junaid played well and took all three of their matches and the gold.