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19-year-old Australian, wins a few hours after semi-final also final in Sydney and picks up first ATP title

Alex De Minaur (ATP 29) Saturday at the ATP tournament in Sydney (hardcourt/527.880 dollar), a feat put down. The nineteen-year-old Australian won a few hours after his semi-final, the final and captured his first ATP title.

The Minaur, the fifth seed, defeated in the final battle after about two hours of tennis in two sets (7-5 and 7-6 (7/5)), the 34-year-old Italian Andreas Seppi (ATP 37), the eighth seed. A few hours previously had The Minaur his semi-final to finish off, which was delayed by the rain. Containing defeated the Australian, Frenchman Gilles Simon (ATP 31), the fourth seed.

It is for the teenager his first ATP title. Last year he was in Sydney already losing finalist, and later that year in Washington.

ATP Auckland – Sandgren picks up first ATP title after victory in the final against Norrie

The American Tenny Sandgren (ATP 63) has Saturday in the title of the ATP tournament in the New Zealand Auckland (hardcourt/527.880 dollar) on his list of achievements is written.

The 27-year-old Sandgren defeated in the final battle of the 23-year-old Brit Cameron Norrie (ATP 93) after one hour and twenty minutes of tennis in two sets (6-4 and 6-2). It was for the American his second ATP final, after earlier last year to have lost in Houston. For Norrie, it was his first final.

Sandgren follows on the roll of honour of the ASB Classic, the Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut.

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