TU BACK IN TITLE TOWN, MAGER, MORAING COLLECT TITLES | CHALLENGER/ITF WRAP

Gran Canaria ATP Challenger:


Final: [2] Gianluca Mager (ITA) def [1] Roberto Carballes Baena (ESP) 7-6(6), 6-2.


Italian Gialunca Mager capped off a fantastic week in Spain by knocking off No. 1 seed Roberto Carballes Baena to claim his fifth career ATP Challenger title.


The 27-year-old has risen back inside the top 100 in the ATP rankings to No. 95.


Torino Turin ATP Challenger:


Final: [2] Mats Moraing (GER) def [1] Quentin Halys (FRA) 7-6(11), 6-3.


29-year-old Mats Moraing collected his fifth career ATP Challenger title in Turin, knocking off No. 1 seed Quentin Halys to clinch the crown.


The German rose 22 spots in the ATP Rankings to a career-high ranking of No. 128.

ITennis Arcadia Women's Pro Open ITF W60:


Final: [5] Rebecca Marino (CAN) def Alycia Parks (USA) 7-6(0), 6-1.


31-year-old Rebecca Marino won her 13th career ITF singles title without dropping a set all week.


The Canadian has risen 19 spots in the WTA Rankings to No. 123.

Bendigo Pro Tour ITF M25:


Final: [6] Li Tu (AUS) def [2] Andrew Harris (AUS) 6-3, 6-1.


25-year-old Aussie Li Tu collected his fifth career ITF singles title in Bendigo, taking down No. 2 seed Andrew Harris in an all-Aussie final.


The Aussie currently sits at a career-high No. 495 in the ATP Rankings but is expected to rise to a new career-high rank inside the top 420.


Tu will be in action again this week at the Bendigo Pro Tour ITF M25 #2.

Bendigo Pro Tour ITF W25:


Final: [3] Asia Muhammad (USA) def [7] Olivia Gadecki (AUS) 6-2, 6-4.


American Asia Muhammad continued her stellar form in Australia, winning her third straight ITF tournament in four weeks, taking down Australian Olivia Gadecki in the final.


It's a 13th career ITF singles title for Muhammad and ehr eighth in Australia.