Bangkok, Thailand, 30 September 2013 |

Aussies John Peers, John-Patrick Smith and Matthew Ebden have all enjoyed stellar weeks at their respective tournaments overseas.

At the ATP Thailand Open in Bangkok, Peers combined with regular partner Jamie Murray of Great Britain to capture the title, defeating the Polish/Swedish duo of Tomasz Bednarek and Johan Brunstrom 6-3 3-6 [10-6].

It is Peers and Murray’s third ATP title of 2013, after they won in Houston and Gstaad earlier this season.

At the Napa Challenger event in California, Smith was also a doubles victor, teaming with American Bobby Reynolds to defeat Americans Steve Johnson and Tim Smyczek in a straight-set final.

Ebden reached the final of the singles event, defeating top seed Denis Kudla and No.4 seed Alex Kuznetsov en route to the title match – both in straight sets – before falling 4-6 6-4 6-2 to No.8 seed Donald Young.

Ebden and Smith will remain in the California this week for the Sacramento Pro Circuit Challenger.