Andy Murray: Former World No 1 beats Tommy Paul to clinch first Challenger Tour title in 18 years!

Andy Murray won his first clay-court tournament since 2016 French Open by defeating Norbert Gombos 2-6, 6-1, 6-2 in just under two hours. The victory will help him move closer to the top 40 in the world rankings and increase his chances of being seeded at Wimbledon.

This marks his second final of the year, with one defeat and one win against a top 20 player. Murray's recent performances had been lackluster, but he managed to turn things around at this tournament. He hopes to have a successful extended clay and grass court season.