The 26-year-old Tommy Paul of America claimed his second ATP tour-level trophy on Sunday, February 11, at the Dallas Open. The American tennis player started his 2024 season on a high note and aspires to win more titles in the upcoming tournaments.
Paul said, “That was a pretty unbelievable match” and “the best final I’ve ever played.”
Tommy defeated the fellow American Giron with a score of 7-6(3), 5-7, 6-3 to lift the beautiful and astonishing title in Dallas. This is Paul’s second ATP title after winning his maiden title in Stockholm in 2021. With this iconic title win, he has climbed to No. 14 in the official Pepperstone ATP Rankings.
The American tennis player reached the final after defeating players like Taro Daniel, Dominik Koepfer, and Ben Shelton. Shelton was considered the potential winner of this tour as per various tennis experts and fans, but Tommy played well in the semi-final and won with a score of 6-2 and 6-4.
In the upcoming days, he will be playing at the Delray Beach Open in Florida, United States. The American has been seeded directly to the round of 16 and will look forward to win it.
With the Dallas Open title, Tommy Paul has won a decent amount of $114,970, which makes his total career prize money $6,946,417.