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France's Pouille wins Budapest title

© AFP | France's Lucas Pouille returns the ball to Britain's Aljaz Bedene during their final match at the Hungarian Open in Budapest, on April 30, 2017

BUDAPEST (AFP) - 

France's Lucas Pouille won a second career title on Sunday when he beat Britain's Aljaz Bedene 6-3, 6-1 in Budapest.

The world number 14 lived up to his top seeding in the Hungarian capital as he dispatched the Slovenian-born Briton, 68th in the world, in little over an hour.

It was Pouille's second title after a maiden win in Metz, France in September last year.

© 2017 AFP