Gijon Open—Gijon, Spain
Top seed Andrey Rublev captured his 12th career title on the ATP Tour on Sunday, defeating Sebastian Korda 6-2, 6-3 in Gijon, Spain.
Needing one hour and 15 minutes to claim his crown, Rublev struck three aces, won 76 percent of his first serve points and broke serve on three occasions during the one hour and 15 minute affair.
Improving to 2-0 against Korda in lifetime meetings, Rublev still remains very-much in the hunt to qualify for the season-ending event in Turin, Italy.
Korda, who was attempting to win his second career title, ousted Andy Murray and Roberto Bautista Agut earlier in the event.
Rublev will be ranked No. 8 in the world on Monday, while Korda will move up to No. 36.
UniCredit Firenze Open—Florence, Italy
Top seeded Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime clinched his second career title on Sunday in Florence, Italy, defeating feisty American J.J. Wolf 6-4, 6-4.
Needing one hour and 41 minutes to claim his title, Auger-Aliassime used his potent serve and rock-solid backhand to upend his lower-ranked opponent. Hitting 11 aces and winning 85 percent of his first serve points, Auger-Aliassime also hit 25 winners during the encounter.
Never playing his opponent on Tour, Auger-Aliassime now stands at No. 10 in the world with his title.
Wolf, who was playing in his first-career final, will be ranked No. 56 on Monday.