Sydney teenager Grace Bruce managed to reverse the result of last year's final to claim her first Riverina Open title on Monday.
Bruce got the better of defending champion Alyssa Simoncini in an epic women's final that lasted just under three hours at Jim Elphick Tennis Centre.
Bruce got the better of a super tiebreak to win the final 6-4 6-7 (10) 10-7.
It was the 16-year-old's first Australian Money Tournament (AMT) victory.
"It's pretty good. I'm very excited because I didn't win last year to this person so it feels good to finally get the win," Bruce said.
"I came here last year and it was really nice so we decided to come back. It's quite exciting, I've never really won anything this big so it's quite cool."
Bruce became upset late in the second set tiebreak when a call did not go her way. But the Northbridge teenager was able to regain her composure and win the super tiebreak shortly afterwards.
"After the second set, it was really close, anyone could have got it pretty much. It could have gone either way but I knew I just had to get my head back in the game and just keep playing for the tiebreaker," she said.
It was a family affair for the Bruces, with Grace's father John winning the men's consolation final.
James Murrie and Alisa Jeregui won the mixed doubles final over Wagga's Brenda Foster and Thomas Gardiner.