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Ramos-Vinolas wins rain-hit Swiss Open

2019-07-28 18:10
Albert Ramos-Vinolas (Getty)

Gstaad - Albert Ramos-Vinolas cruised to victory over Cedrik-Marcel Stebe in the rain-delayed final of the clay-court Swiss Open on Sunday.

After the final started four-and-a-half hours late due to the conditions, the unseeded Spaniard raced to his second career title 6-3, 6-2. 

Ramos-Vinolas, ranked 85th in the world, went through the tournament without dropping a set. His previous title was in Bastad, Sweden, in 2017. 

Stebe, a German ranked 455th in the world, was playing in his first career final after a busy weekend. Because of rain earlier in the week, he had to play two matches on Saturday, winning both in three sets.

 

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