Last Updated on August 3, 2019
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.