15 Jan 2011

Ferrer thrashes Nalbandian in Heineken Open final

10:56 pm on 15 January 2011

Top seed David Ferrer of Spain has won his second Heineken Open men's singles tennis title after beating David Nalbandian of Argentina 6-3, 6-2 in the final in Auckland.

Ferrer won the Auckland tournament in 2007 and is ranked 7th in the world, while Nalbandian, a former world No 3, is ranked 27th.

Ferrer now has 10 career ATP tour titles.

Earlier the second seeded Spanish pair of Marcel Granollers and Tommy Robredo won the doubles title, beating Johan Brunston of Sweden and Stephen Huss of Australia 6-4, 7-6.