Fri. Feb 21st, 2020
ATP

Dominic Thiem won the title at the tournament in Kitzbühel

The fourth racket of the world, Austrian Dominic Thiem, defeated Spaniard Albert Ramos, who occupies the 69th line of the ATP rating, with a score of 7/6 (0), 6/1 in the final of the competition in Kitzbühel.

The match lasted 1 hour 38 minutes. During this time, the 25-year-old Tim completed four aces, made a mistake twice in filing and implemented two break points, and the 31-year-old Ramos filed once, made two double mistakes and did not make a single break.

Previously, the score in personal meetings was 1: 1.
For winning the Generali Open tournament, Thiem will receive 250 rating points and € 90,390 in prize money.

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