GENERALI OPEN—KITZBUHEL, AUSTRIA
No. 4 seed Paolo Lorenzi became the oldest first-time winner on the ATP World Tour on Saturday, defeating Nikolaz Basilahvili 6-3, 6-4 to claim the Kitzbuhel title. At 34, Lorenzi played the perfect match from start to finish. Breaking his Georgian opponent on five occasions, Lorenzi won 79 percent of his first serve points and hit four aces. Currently ranked No. 48 in the world, Lorenzi won 250 ATP World Tour points for his victory and 82,450 euros in prize money as well.
Basilahvili, who was making his first appearance in an ATP World Tour final, is currently ranked No. 123 in the world.