VTB Kremlin Cup—Moscow, Russia

Hometown hero Karen Khachanov defeated No. 3 seed Adrian Mannarino 6-2, 6-2 on Sunday to capture his third career title in Moscow, Russia. Dominating the match from start to finish, Khachanov needed 53 minutes to complete the encounter. Hitting six aces and winning 80 percent of his first serve points, Khachanov kept Mannarino to only 15 percent of his second serve points won. Improving to 3-0 against Mannarino in lifetime meetings, Khachanov collected 250 ATP World Tour points toward his ranking.

Mannarino, who was in search of his first career title, fell to 0-6 in Tour level finals.


European Open—Antwerp, Belgium

Top seed Kyle Edmund captured his maiden career title on the ATP World Tour on Sunday, dismissing No. 6 seed Gael Monfils 36 76(2) 76(4) in Antwerp, Belgium.

In a match that took two hours and 25 minutes to complete, Edmund withstood 17 aces from Monfils to capture his first title. Hitting four aces of his own, Edmund won 77 percent of his first serve points and 61 percent of his second serve points.

Monfils, who has encountered another year full of injury, was attempting to win his second title after prevailing in Doha, Qatar at the beginning of the season. Playing in his 28th career final, Monfils fell to 7-21 in championship matches.


Intrum Stockholm Open—Stockholm, Sweden

No. 3 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas captured his maiden career ATP World Tour title on Sunday in Stockholm, Sweden, dismissing Ernests Gulbis 6-4, 6-4.

In a match that featured even play throughout, Tsitsipas broke once in each set on the strength of his strong baseline play. Winning 83 percent of his first serve points and 77 percent of his second serve points, Tsitsipas won 250 ATP World Tour points for his efforts.

Gulbis, who was attempting to win his seventh career title, fell to 6-1 in championship matches. The Latvian was playing in his first final in over four years.


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