Kohlschreiber king in Munich
Philipp Kohlschreiber won his second BMW Open title on Sunday with victory over Croatian Marin Cilic in the final in Munich.
The German, who also won the clay-court tournament in 2007, saved seven of eight break points on his way to beating third seed Cilic 7-6 (8), 6-3.
The fourth seed said he had been happy with his progress throughout the week at the Iphitos Tennis Club.
"I improved from match to match, felt very well for the whole week and played good tennis," said Kohlschreiber after claiming a fourth title from six ATP final appearances.
The world number three, whose previous title also came in Germany in last year's Gerry Weber Open in Halle, pocketed over £58,000 in prize money.
He also took home a white BMW convertible worth around £45,000 while Cilic won 30,665 for his runner up spot.