HEAD German Masters Series (Video)
Marc Sieber Wins Leipzig Open in Germany
July 16 2013 ITS Staff: Leipzig, Germany - German-born Filipino Marc Sieber won this year's Leipzig Open after beating Stephan Hoiss in straight sets 6-4 6-2.
The 25-year old Sieber, who plays for Bremerhaven in the German Bundesliga, dropped only one set out the five matches he won to capture the prestigious week-long tournament last June 16 held in Saxony, Germany.
The first set was very competitive with Hoiss storming ahead with the first break in the opening set before Sieber broke back twice, then again secured two more breaks in the second set dominating his 27-year old opponent in the one hour and 12 minute match.
The tournament was founded in 2003 as part of the nation-wide HEAD German Masters Series. The 15th Saxon edition of the International Championships was endowed with a prize money of 10,200 euros and was entered by Germany’s top players of 48 men and 36 women.
Sieber, a former PCA Open champion participated at the PCA Open in Manila last December 2012. The lefty talent is eyeing to join the Philippine Davis Cup team consisting of ATP World Tour Doubles star Treat Huey, Ruben Gonzales, Johnny Arcilla, and Francis Alcantara. > Men's Singles Draw > Official Website
Year : Winners : Final opponent : Final Result
2013 Marc Sieber def. Hoiss Stephan 6-4 6-2
2012 Andre Begemann def Jonas Lütjen 6-3 7-5
Full Match Video
LeipzigerTennisclub: M.Sieber vs S.Hoiss Finals Part 1/2
LeipzigerTennisclub: M.Sieber vs S.Hoiss Finals Part 2/2