World No. 355 Pablo Andujar became the lowest-ranked ATP winner in 20 years on Sunday when he beat first-time finalist Kyle Edmund 6-2, 6-2 for the Grand Prix Hassan II title. He became the first player to win the title three times after wins in 2011-12. Andujar has won three of his four ATP titles in Morocco, with the fourth coming in Gstaad four years ago. The 32-year-old cruised through the first set after running out to a 5-1 lead, then in the second set he broke on his first three break point opportunities. In February Andujar was ranked No. 1,824 after elbow surgery. He is now on a 10-match winning streak, previously winning a Challenger-level title.