In a battle lefties, it was Alberto Ramos-Vinolas coming out on top of Cedrik-Marcel Stebe 6-3, 6-2 to win the Gstaad title on Sunday in Switzerland.
For Ramos-Vinolas, it was his second career title after winning Bastad in 2016.
“I feel great. After a long time waiting for this moment again, I’m really happy. I think I did a great match today, also a great tournament. So I think my game was perfect… and I will never forget Gstaad,” said Ramos-Vinolas.
The 455th-ranked Stebe, who had to win two matches Saturday, was appearing in his first ATP final. More early rain Sunday delayed the start of the final by roughly four hours.
“The conditions were tough today. Albert was rock solid as he was all week. He deserves to win,” Stebe said. “It was an amazing week for me here in Gstaad, I played very good tennis. Of course, it wasn’t easy to play two matches yesterday. I gave everything today, but it wasn’t enough. That’s tennis.”
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