Bautista Agut into Auckland tennis final

Bautista Agut into Auckland tennis final

Bautista Agut into Auckland tennis final

Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut has won his second ASB Classic men's singles title in three years, holding off the most valiant of Juan Martin del Potro fightbacks to take out Saturday's final 6-1 4-6 7-5.

An unbelievable forehand down the line victor moved Bautista Agut a point away from the crown and he sealed the deal when del Potro sent a forehand long, celebrating his second title in Auckland and the 7th in a career.

Despite his loss, Argentinian Del Potro - who was eyeing a 21st ATP crown - is set to return to the top 10 in the rankings.

Mate Pavic left and Oliver Marach celebrate
Mate Pavic left and Oliver Marach celebrate

The third set was similar, with no break-point opportunities until the 11th game when Bautista Agut broke del Potro to go ahead 6-5. After almost three hours on court, the classic encounter was settled by a Bautista Agut lob that landed on the line, ending 6-7 (7/9), 7-6 (7/3), 7-6 (7/5)."Unfortunately the match can not have two winners and I'm so happy I won", said the relieved Spaniard, who sank to his knees at the end.

"I'm exhausted", Del Potro said in a court-side interview.

"It's wonderful to me just to be playing tennis against after all my wrist problems".

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Instead of that, he double faulted and made a backhand mistake to offer his rival 2 break points, with Bautista Agut converting the second one to gain a 6-5 lead and serve for the title in the next game.

Del Potro beat Russian Karen Khachanov 7-6 (7/4), 6-3 in his quarter-final.

"And then I think my game improved a little bit".

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"I was playing every match during the night and today was really hard, to play with this sun and humidity - I felt it a lot, in the start of the match". He moved so much better than me from the baseline.

"David is a great fighter, we have a great relationship and it's going to be an interesting match to watch".

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