France's Victor Crouin completed an Australian tournament trifecta by taking out the City of Devonport Tasmanian Open with a straight sets victory over Malaysia's Mohd Syafiq Kamal.
The 20-year-old first seed dominated his Malaysian second seed opponent 11-4, 11-8, 11-0 to add the Tasmanian Open title to the Australian Open and Victorian Open titles he won over the past month, with the Tasmanian Open victory being the most impressive as he didn't lose a set in the tournament.
Crouin said he had been shocked by how well he had played in Australia.
"It is amazing, these victories show my consistency by winning three titles in three straight tournaments," he said.
"It was huge to win three tournaments in a row because it is more than I had won in my career before this."
It is amazing, these victories show my consistency by winning three titles in three straight tournaments.France's Victor Crouin
Crouin's straight sets victory over Kamal was the second time in as many tournaments where the French star had beaten the Malaysian in a final, defeating him to win the Australian Open.
Crouin said he felt he was in a better physical condition than his opponent and took advantage in the final.
"Because we it was the second time we have played each other and I knew he would have to step and find new ways to try and beat me.
"He was probably a little more tired today because he had a really tough day with a five set semi-final and another hard game in the quarter-finals.
"Today's final was not the same as Bega (Australian Open), it was the first time we had played each other and we didn't know what we like to do."
Crouin defeated Australia's Alex Eustace and Japan's Tomotaka Endo and Naoki Hayashi on the way to the final.
Crouin's world ranking entering the tournament was 71 and the Frenchman believed he would receive a handy boost.
"Winning will definitely help my ranking, that is for sure. It is the best points I have ever gotten, but being 71 in the world it will be harder to move down much more."
But Crouin will not get many chances to bring his ranking down this year, with his final tournament in Doha in a week before he will return to his studies at Harvard.