Josh Goodall collected his maiden ATP Tour main draw victory by dismantling Japan’s Tatsuma Ito 6-4 6-1.
And it seemed it was the world no199’s day when nothing could wrong as he was also granted Wimbledon wildcards for both Singles and the Men’s Doubles.
The British no3 enthused: “I’m so excited about Wimbledon and love playing in the tournament, the biggest in the world. Hopefully I can take the lessons of this week and build on them.
“In the past I’ve let my emotions get the better of me, but now I’m able to keep things under control. I’m able to go out now and express myself and play the tennis I want to.
“I’m just really pleased to get through this, it feels good to finally win on the ATP Tour.
“But maybe it’s not as good as I thought it would be because I’ve wanted it for so long, and maybe I was putting too much pressure on myself to win.”