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  • Ruusuvuori's Rapid Rise: Finn Flies To Glasgow Crown
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    A LOOK BACK Murray Trophy (Glasgow, U.K.): Can anyone stop Emil Ruusuvuori? Seriously. That's a legitimate question. While Daniil Medvedev has been practically unbeatable on the ATP Tour in recent months, Ruusuvuori has been equally as dominant on the ATP Challenger Tour. The 20-year-old Finn added a third title in four months, lifting the trophy at the inaugural Murray Trophy in Glasgow. The tournament's namesake, Jamie Murray, was the talk of the town throughout the week, but Ruusuvuori quickly grabbed the headlines at the Scotstoun Leisure Centre. He routed Alexandre Muller 6-3, 6-1 in just 63 minutes in Sunday's championship. Ruusuvuori's rapid rise...
  • Tsonga Makes Metz History
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    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga became the first man to win four titles at the Moselle Open on Sunday, beating Aljaz Bedene 6-7(4), 7-6(4), 6-3. The 34-year-old improved to 4-1 in championship matches at the ATP 250 event after two hours and 47 minutes, holding each of his 17 service games and dropping just four first-serve points (49/53) en route to victory. Tsonga becomes the ninth French champion in the past 11 editions of the tournament. Since Gael Monfils’ title run in 2009, David Goffin (2014) and Peter Gojowczyk (2017) are the only non-French players to lift the trophy in Metz. “Mentally, I was very...
  • Team Europe Retains Laver Cup Title
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    Alexander Zverev won the final match for Team Europe in last year's Laver Cup and put in a repeat effort on Sunday in Geneva. The German defeated Milos Raonic 6-4, 3-6, 10-4 to complete a successful title defence for the home team. Team Europe defeated Team World 13-11 after three exciting days of play and has won the Laver Cup crown in all three years of the competition. Each winning team member will also receive $250,000. “It was an unbelievable weekend. Those guys [Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal] were screaming at me in the locker room before the Match Tie-break, saying this...
  • London-Bound Medvedev Continues Tear With Another Title
    Good luck trying to slow down Russian Daniil Medvedev en route to the Nitto ATP Finals this November. The 23-year-old Russian, who will make his debut at The O2 in London, won his third title of the season on Sunday, ousting Croatian Borna Coric 6-3, 6-1 at the St. Petersburg Open. “It’s an amazing feeling,” said Medvedev. “I decided that after Cincinnati [d. Goffin], my style is going to be to try not to show any emotions when I win. I find it funny for myself… for my own reasons, and that’s what I did today, but I was extremely...
  • Fritz Stuns Thiem At Laver Cup
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    Team World is one match away from taking the Laver Cup after a pair of big wins on Sunday in Geneva. Taylor Fritz outlasted Dominic Thiem 7-5, 6-7(3), 10-5 and John Isner/Jack Sock rallied to defeat Roger Federer/Stefanos Tsitsipas 5-7, 6-4, 10-8, giving Team World an 11-7 lead over Team Europe. “That was a big match for Team World. We really needed that win. To let my team down the first day and contribute to the team today and give them the win means so much to me,” Fritz said in his on-court interview. “This has to be one of the...
  • Lindstedt/Struff Lift Maiden Team Trophy In Metz
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    Robert Lindstedt and Jan-Lennard Struff capped their debut week as a team with a trophy at the Moselle Open on Sunday, beating Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 2-6, 7-6(1), 10-4. Lindstedt and Struff were forced to come from a set down against the defending champions, who saved all seven break points they faced to boost their hopes of a second straight Metz trophy. But the Swedish-German pairing played with confidence in crucial moments to claim the win against the top seeds after 89 minutes. Lindstedt and Struff's title hopes were almost ended in the second round, but the unseeded pairing managed to...
  • First-Time Team Zelenay/Sharan Win St. Petersburg Title
    Divij Sharan/Igor Zelenay might have to give this playing doubles together thing a try more often. The Indian/Slovakian pairing, playing together for the first time, won the St. Petersburg Open doubles title on Sunday, beating the all-Italian squad of Matteo Berrettini/Simone Bolelli 6-3, 3-6, 10-8. The Italians broke twice in the opener, but Sharan/Zelenay rebounded with a late break in the second and captured their first match point in the Match Tie-break. The team moved to 4-0. "I really like this tournament," Sharan said. "It's great to have lifted the title here." Sharan improved to 5-2 in doubles finals, and...