Hall of Fame Open—Newport, RI, U.S.A.
Top seeded American John Isner won his 15th career title on Sunday in Newport, RI, dispatching Alexander Bublik 7-6(2), 6-3. Needing one hour and 15 minutes to claim his victory, Isner hit five aces, won 79 percent of his first serve points and never lost his serve.
Playing in only his second tournament back after sustaining an ankle injury in the Miami Open final, Isner also improved to 20-8 on the year.
Reaching his first-career final, Bublik is currently ranked No. 86 in the world.
Swedish Open—Bastad, Sweden
Chilean Nicolas Jarry captured his first-career title in Bastad, Sweden on Sunday, dismissing Juan Ignacio Londero 7-6(7), 6-4.
In a closely contested encounter, Jarry used his size and potent serve to win the first set and capture the only break of serve by either player in set two.
Needing one hour and 31 minutes to prevail, Jarry improved to 19-15 on the season.
Londero, who was searching for his second-career title, fell to 18-12 in 2019.
Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag—Umag, Croatia
No. 4 seed Dusan Lajovic continued his strong season on Tour on Sunday by claiming maiden career title over
Attila Balazs 7-5, 7-5 in Umag, Croatia.0
Reaching the finals of the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters in April, Lajovic used his sound backhand and precise movement around the court to offset his Hungarian opponent.
Currently ranked No. 207 in the world, Balazs put forth a valiant effort all week but was not able to defuse the experience of his more experienced opponent.
Lajovic, who is currently ranked No. 36 in the world, improved to 17-16 on the year.