Sutton's Jack Draper clinched the men’s singles title at the GB Pro Series tournament in Chiswick on Sunday.

The 17-year-old overcame Dutchman Igor Sijsling in three sets to win his second Pro Series tournament in as many weeks, having clinched the Roehampton $25k event at the end of July.

With a game that favours the hard-court season, Draper beat fellow British teen Paul Jubb en route the final.

“It’s been a good few weeks for me and I’m feeling confident at the moment," Draper said.

"It’s great to be able to play tournaments of this level at home and it’s an unreal feeling to have won them both.”

The LTA summer hard court event is part of the ITF World Tennis Tour $25k series, and is another opportunity for rising British stars to earn ranking points and prize money at home.

Draper's victory elevates the left-hander to a career high ATP Singles Ranking of 376.

Ladies Event

In the women's event, Altrincham's Samantha Murray walked away with the top prize.

“This is a big achievement for me and I’m so pleased to have won at Chiswick," she said.

"It was a strong entry list but I was able to perform better with each match and to have gone all the way is a great feeling.

"Hopefully I can build on this now and have a strong second half of the year.”

These tournaments are part of an expanded international calendar of tournaments being staged by the LTA in Britain this year, providing a showcase for tennis outside of the traditional summer grass court season and opening up the sport to more fans around the country.

The move is also part of the LTA’s new long-term Performance Strategy, and aims to provide more opportunities for British players to compete, earn ranking points and win prize money in the UK.