Tomas Berdych defeated Jack Sock in the men’s singles final of the Stockholm Open on Sunday.
The Czech eased to his 13th ATP title following his 7-6(1), 6-2 win over Sock.
The duo traded breaks of serve in the opening set, eventually forcing a tiebreaker. Berdych raced off to a 4-1 lead and never looked back as he sealed thee first set.
The world number five turned on the class in the second set, needing just 32 minutes to claim two breaks of serve and with them the match.
"I've definitely built up a good history here, which always helps," the 30-year-old told atpworldtour.com.
"The tournament does a really good job taking care of us, making us feel at home. Sometimes you find a place in the world that suits you well, and it's the case here. I’m glad to be able to add to my titles here."