FixIT and Ararat ChemMart had good wins to head the ladder on 22 points, followed by Carey Covers, Tyrepower and Ararat Medical Centre on 20.
FixIT trailed Christians by eight points after four sets, but rallied with big wins in the last two sets to claim victory by five games.
Frank Mitchell and Matt Cashman were dominant.
ChemMart has hit form and was too strong for AME.
Rob Weppner and Nathaniel Kuchel had a 10-1 to seal the win.
Up at the school, the Wills family turned out in force.
Andy Wills and Kim Hartwich won 6-1 to put AutoPro ahead, but tennis has six sets.
Both final sets fell to Ararat Medical Centre who won by six games.
Rob Richardson and Mark Rodney hit form in their final set, but it was too late as Tim Hartwich and Bruce Ahchow had already done the damage for the RSL.
Carey Covers defeated Blizzards by four games.
Garry Hurst and Geoff White had a great tussle, while Mr. Stevens won his three sets to get Carey Covers home.
Ladies tennis is progressing on Tuesday nights.
All are welcome from 7pm to 8.30pm for social tennis.
Cost is just $5 a night.
AutoPro 26 lost to Ararat Medical Centre 32.
Bendigo Bank 36 lost to Ararat RSL 41.
Christian's Buses 36 lost to FixIT 41.
AME 26 lost to Ararat ChemMart 40.
Blizzards Optometrists 31 lost to Carey Covers 35.