Cameron Norrie suffers defeat in San Diego Open final as Norway’s Casper Ruud wins in straight sets but Brits Neal Skupski and Joe Salisbury take the doubles title
- Second seed Casper Ruud proved too strong for Cameron Norrie in the final
- Ruud won 6-0 6-2 to clinch the San Diego Open title on Sunday afternoon
- But British pair Neal Skupski and Joe Salisbury won the doubles title
Britain’s Cameron Norrie lost the San Diego Open final in straight sets to Norwegian second seed Casper Ruud.
Ruud dispatched Andy Murray earlier in the tournament, while Norrie was coming off the back of victories over Dan Evans, Denis Shapovalov and top seed Andrey Rublev.
But the Norwegian was too good, breaking Norrie to love to wrap up a bagel inside 27 minutes.
Casper Ruud celebrates winning the San Diego Open after defeating Britain’s Cameron Norrie
Ruud proved too strong for Norrie (pictured) as he took the final in straight sets 6-0 6-2
Norrie’s first game won came early in the second, but Ruud broke for 4-2 and again to wrap up the championship.
Meanwhile, in the doubles, Britons Neal Skupski and Joe Salisbury took the title with a 7-6 (2) 3-6 10-5 victory over John Peers and Filip Polasek.
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