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KUALA LUMPUR---India s Anirban
Lahiri has his sights set on the US
Masters after winning the Malaysian
Open yesterday by firing a final round
4-under 68, finishing a stroke ahead
of Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.
Anirban, who finished on 16-under
272, rolled in a 40-foot birdie putt
from off the green on the 17th hole as
he overcame a five-shot deficit at the
start of play.
Ranked 73rd heading into this week s
event at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and
Country Club, Lahiri will now move
into the world s top 40.
With the top 50 automatically qual-
ifying for the Masters when the cut-
off is made in early April, the 27-year-
old has a great chance of making it to
"That s definitely one of my targets,"
Lahiri said. "I don t know how far I ve
moved up (the rankings), but I m pretty
confident now with this win I should
have a good chance."
Wiesberger held a two-shot lead
over Spain s Alejandro Canizares head-
ing into the final round, but the Aus-
trian faltered, carding a two-over 74
to finish outright second on 15-under.
Canizares also shot 74 to end the
week three shots behind Lahiri in a tie
for third alongside England s Paul War-
ing, who closed with a 73.
Defending champion Lee Westwood,
who shared the lead after the opening
two rounds, stumbled to a 75 on Sun-
day that left him in a share of fifth on
11-under. Nine shots off the pace after
the second round, Lahiri shot a superb
10-under 62 on Saturday to put himself
"I don t think it has sunk in yet,"
Lahiri said. "But I m pretty sure when
it does, I ll be pretty happy."
Needing a birdie on the par-5 18th
to force a playoff, Wiesberger left his
putt short and could only manage par.
The Austrian has now finished
tied sixth, third, tied fourth and
second over the past four weeks.
"On the back nine I hit bad shots
seven-iron on 17 and another
five-iron missed on 17," a disap-
pointed Wiesberger told The
Associated Press. "It s not good
enough to win the tournament.
Overall I just didn t play well
Anirban Lahiri of India hits a shot from a bunker of the 18th hole during the final round of Malaysian Open
golf tournament at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Lahiri grabs Malaysian Open from Wiesberger
Lopez of Spain defeated Andreas
Seppi of Italy 7-6 (4), 6-3 yes-
terday in the final of the Zagreb
Indoors for his fourth career ATP
The third-seeded Garcia-Lopez
rallied from 4-1 down in the first-
set tiebreaker, winning six straight
points to clinch the set.
Seppi earned the first break of
the match for a 3-2 lead in the
second, but Garcia-Lopez
responded again by winning the
next four games. He clinched the
win when Seppi sent a backhand
into the net.
"This was very emotional. He
played good tennis to get to 4-1
in the tiebreaker, and I think it was
very important to win the long
rally at 4-3,"Garcia-Lopez said.
"When I broke back in the second
set I think he was very disappoint-
ed."Garcia-Lopez had never defeated
Seppi in four previous meetings.
"I have never played good
against him, I was not in good
shape," he said. "His style is not
good for my game, he is solid from
both sides. Today I tried to change
The fifth-seeded Italian made
40 unforced errors.
"It was a difficult match. I think
he played very good tactically,"
Seppi said. "Sure it did not feel
nice to lose the set after being 4-
1 up. At 4-3 we played a long rally
... I was still pretty calm after I
lost the set, I was even a break up
in the second, but I lost concen-
tration in the middle of the second
Garcia-Lopez tops Seppi in Zagreb final
Richard Gasquet won the Open
Sud de France when Jerzy
Janowicz retired ill while trailing
3-0 in the first set yesterday.
The fourth-seeded Gasquet,
who did not lose a set all week,
lifted the trophy for the third
time after winning in 2006,
when the tournament was held
in Lyon, and 2013. Last year,
Gasquet was runner-up to his
French Davis Cup teammate Gael
Monfils, whom he beat in the
semifinals on Saturday. Janowicz
retired after losing 14 straight
points as the 28-year-old Gas-
quet, who was born in the nearby
city of Beziers, raced to a 3-0,
30-0 lead. "I m extremely dis-
appointed because I felt pretty
OK the whole week," said the big
serving Pole. "I saved six match
points in the first round and after
that I played pretty good tennis.
Two days ago, I got sick. I haven t
slept in almost two days.
I had a fever and the flu and
I m so weak.
There was not much that I
could do today." It was Gasquet s
11th title and his first since 2013.
Gasquet takes Sud de France
Richard Green and his Norwe-
gian fiancee Marianne Skarp-
nord made golf history Sunday
by winning the men s and
women s titles at the Victoria
Open on the same course on the
The tournament is a profes-
sional rarity in which the men s
and women s tournaments are
Skarpnord first won the
women s title by two strokes from
rising Australian star Su Oh, then
waited nervously on the 18th
green while Green took the men s
title on the second hole of a sud-
den-death playoff with compa-
triot Nick Cullen.
Green says "I really think it s
fascinating that we ve both done
it. Especially with Marianne win-
ning, experiencing her thoughts
and feelings on the week at night
and talking to each other about
it has been very different."
Couple win men's, women's titles at Victoria Open
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