Wawrinka wins second Chennai title|
Chennai, India (SportsNetwork.com) - Top seed Stanislas Wawrinka posted a 7-5,
6-2 win over Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin in Sunday's final at the season-
opening Chennai Open.
Wawrinka fired five aces and saved the only break point he faced in his 500th
match on the ATP World Tour.
"I was really happy with the way I was playing," Wawrinka said. "In the end, I
think I served well and played aggressive."
The Swiss improved to 5-9 in career finals and captured his second title at
this tournament, adding to his triumph three years ago. He was also the
Chennai runner-up in 2010.
Roger-Vasselin, the seventh seed, was broken three times in just his second
career final. He was beaten by Ernests Gulbis in last year's title match at
"After this final I can say it was a great week for me," Roger-Vasselin said.
"I have positive feelings from this week...Every week is different and I have
to be focused on my game. Of course it gives me a lot of confidence for the
rest of the season."
01/05 14:20:23 ET