Jeremy Jahn wins inaugural Daikin Open in Oberhaching

Finalists in Oberhaching: Robin Kern (left) and champion Jeremy Jahn (photo: btv)

OBERHACHING, October 25, 2015

Jeremy Jahn clinched the title of the inaugural Daikin Open. The 25-year-old emerged victorious from the all-German-final of the US-$ 10,000 ITF Future event in Oberhaching on Sunday, winning 6-3, 6-3 against Robin Kern.

In their first tour meeting, the world number 583 hit five aces and won 81% of his first service points to close the match after exactly one hour of play. It is Jahn’s fourth ITF career title, his second of the season, following his victory in Middelkerke last month. Jahn earns 18 ATP ranking points as well as US-$ 1,440 in prize money.

A match between friends: Jeremy Jahn and Robin Kern (photo: btv)

A match between friends: Jeremy Jahn and Robin Kern (photo: btv)

A lot of the players, who played the tournament at Oberhaching’s Tennis Base, will move on to participate in this year’s last US-$ 10,000 Future in Germany, taking place in Ismaning. The main draw of the combined event will start on Tuesday. Men’s entry list is led by Bosnian Aldin Setkic and Russian Daniil Medvedev.