Italy’s Matteo Berrettini overcame second seed Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6(9) 6-Four to win his first title on the Swiss Open in Gstaad on Sunday.
World quantity 17 Bautista Agut, who was taking part in in his first occasion since he suffered a hip harm in Halle, gave the whole lot to remain in competition after keeping off 5 break factors however did not match his opponent’s highly effective groundstrokes.
The 22-year-old Berrettini snatched the opening set tiebreak 11-9, earlier than changing a break level within the 10th recreation of the second to wrap up the victory.
“From the start till the top it was actually powerful to interrupt him,” Berrettini stated. “I served actually good many of the days and it was an unbelievable tiebreak.
“If I misplaced the tiebreak, I feel the match would have been actually powerful. I used to be fortunate I did a extremely good job.”
Taking part in in his first tour stage remaining, Berrettini produced a fearless show, firing 17 aces and dropping 12 factors on serve in complete.
He completed the event with out dropping a set, ousting 2016 champion Feliciano Lopez and fourth seed Andrey Rublev on his approach to lifting the title.