6 March 2019 | Tennis NSW

The tournament is over and what a week it was! A big thank you to Albury City Council and Albury Tennis Association, for their great hospitality and support over the week of tennis.

Day 6 

Top seed Brydan Klein (GBR) continued his great run on the Albury Grasscourts over the past fortnight, booking himself a spot in the Singles Final with a convincing 6-3 6-2 win against fourth seed Shuichi Sekiguchi (JPN).

Klein is yet to drop a set all week and will look to round out his great week in Albury with a victory.

His opponent in the Final was Matthew Romios (VIC). Romios is through due to the withdrawal of Chris O’Connell (NSW).
Romios claimed a 6-1 3-0 Ret. win to book his spot in the final.

The Doubles Final has been played, with number two seeds Brydan Klein (GBR) and Scott Puodziunas (QLD) taking the honours with a 4-6 7-5 11-9 win against number one seeds Arjun Kadhe (IND) and Jason Taylor (NSW).


Day 7

The Men’s Singles Final was played between number one seed Brydan Klein (GBR) and Matthew Romios (VIC) on centre court in Albury.

Klein and Romios played out a number of tight rallies early, as both players tried their best to settle into the rhythm of the match. Romios fought back to get back on serve at 2-3 in the first set, before Klein showed his experience and took control of the match to take the first set 6-2. Klein continued to put his foot down in the second set, with Romios showing some resistance early on serve, but Klein was relentless in the end, claiming the match 6-2 6-1 in just over an hour.