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Yuki wins Taipei Challenger, setting to break back into a top-100.
Yuki Bhambri won his first singles Challenger title of the year 2018. The season that is seventh overall, when he was outplaying compatriot Ramkumar Ramanathan 6-3 6-4 in the final of Taipei event, which is a victory that will push him back in the top 100.
Fourth seed Yuki, who was skipping last week’s Davis Cup tie in China due to a minor abdomen injury, needing one hour and 29 minutes to down Ramkumar in an all-Indian clash.
Yuki has now beaten Ramkumar four times in five meetings.
Yuki was earning 125 ranking points, and a prize purse of USD 21,600 but Ramkumar got 75 points and USD 12,720 for his effort.
The 25-year-old from Delhi broke into the top-100 late in 2015, but a tennis elbow injury hampered his progress. He has touched a career-high rank of 88 that year and is expected to better his personal-best singles position when the new ATP chart is releasing tomorrow.
Ramkumar is also expecting to better his career-best rank of 132.
In the doubles event, comeback-man Saketh Myneni and Prajnesh Gunneswaran had to be content with a runners-up finish after losing the final 4-6 7-5 6-10 to Mathew Ebden and Andrew Whittington.
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