Infosys Hall of Fame Open—Newport, RI, U.S.A.
Frenchman Adrian Mannarino captured his third career ATP Tour title on Sunday in Newport, RI, dispatching first-time finalist Alex Michelsen 6-2, 6-4.
Needing one hour and 29 minutes to prevail, Mannarino struck three aces, won 81 percent of first serve points and broke the serve of his 18-year-old opponent on four occasions.
Improving his ranking to No. 27 in the world on Monday, Mannarino recently made the finals in Mallorca, Spain as well.
Michelsen, who was only playing in his second-career ATP Tour event, dismissed defending champion Maxime Cressy and former winner John Isner en-route to the finals.
The Californian will rise to No. 140 in the world on Monday.
Nordea Open—Bastad, Sweden
No. 2 seed Andrey Rublev claimed his 14th career title on Sunday in Bastad, Sweden, upending top seed Casper Ruud 7-6(3), 6-0. After a competitive first set, Rublev used his potent serve and world-class forehand to complete his victory in one hour and 32 minutes.
Winning his second title of the season, Rublev hit six aces, won 73 percent of his first serve points and broke serve on four occasions.
Improving to 5-2 against Ruud in lifetime meetings, Rublev will be ranked No. 7 in the world on Monday.
Ruud, who was chasing his second title of the season and 11th overall, will remain at No. 4 in the world when the latest rankings are released.
EFG Swiss Open Gstaad—Gstaad, Switzerland
Argentine Pedro Cachin captured his maiden ATP Tour on Sunday in Gstaad, Switzerland, defeating Spanish veteran Albert Ramos-Vinolas 3-6, 6-0, 7-5.
Currently ranked No. 90 in the world, Cachin used his recent momentum on Tour to claw back into the match after dropping the first set. Hitting seven aces and winning 69 percent of his first serve points, Cachin broke serve on five occasions.
Improving his ranking to No. 49 in the world on Monday, Cachin will next see action in Hamburg, Germany.
Ramos-Vinolas, who was seeking his fifth career title, will be ranked No. 68 when the latest rankings are released.