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Australia’s Alexei Popyrin claims first ATP Tour title with Singapore Open win




Australia’s Alexei Popyrin has won his first ATP Tour final by beating Alexander Bublik in the Singapore Open decider.

Popyrin scored a stunning 4-6, 6-0, 6-2 triumph over the world number 46 in just under 85 minutes on Sunday.

The 21-year-old Popyrin was broken in the fifth game of the final and his long forehand gifted Bublik, who was also seeking his first ATP title, the opening set at the second time of asking.

Popyrin, ranked 114 in the world, won all 12 points on serve in the second set and broke Bublik three times to take…

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