Alex de Miñaur wins the Antalya Open By Reuters

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Fourth-seeded Australian Alex de Minaur clinched his fourth career ATP Tour singles title after Kazakhstan’s Alexander Bublik retired two games in the first set of the Antalya Open final on Wednesday in Turkey. Eighth-seeded Bublik was unsuccessful in his attempt to overcome the pain after sustaining a right ankle injury in his semi-final win over France’s Jeremy Chardy on Tuesday. de Miñaur, who beat No. 2 seed David Goffin of Belgium 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 on Tuesday, won 2019 ATP Tour hard-court titles at the Sydney International, Truist Atlanta Open and Zhuhai Championships . The 21-year-old avenged a loss in his last final at the European Open in October. –Field level media

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