The Slammers won all the five sets of the match, three of them decided via tie-breaker on the second day of IPTL's India leg.
It began with the legends' singles in which Australian power-server Mark Philippoussis who is Mavericks' coach-cum-player, squared off against Spanish star Moya.
Philippoussis was slower off the blocks against his more aggressive rival, who showed just why some players are refusing to call the IPTL a mere exhibition tennis.
A bundle of energy when it came to chasing down Philippoussis' serve and returns on the baseline, Moya was evidently more creative and closer to the nets as well.

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