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DANIEL Byrnes worked out an equation to try to counteract his opponent’s fitness in yesterday’s men’s final at the Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club Open.
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The Mount Waverley resident met Matt Breen in the decider after both players came through Friday’s qualifiers.

Byrnes believed Breen boasted a stronger fitness base than him.

“The longer the points went, my chances went down,” he said.

“I had to keep the points short.”

That’s what he did and it helped him cruise to a 6-2 6-1 triumph on the show court off Pertobe Road yesterday afternoon.

The final was the first time that the former Kooyong teammates had come up against each other.

“I was expecting a tough match,” Byrnes said.

“Matt gets a lot of balls back.

“He’s a lot fitter than me.

“I’m lucky it was on grass.”

The 27-year-old has grown familiar with grass over the past month, contesting the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club Championships prior to the open.

He triumphed in the event, which was played over three weekends.

“There’s not a lot of grass courts in Melbourne, it’s mostly clay or hard courts,” he said at Warrnambool Lawn Tennis Club yesterday.

“You get a lot sorer playing on this.

“Most days I’ve been waking up in a bit of pain.”

He ensured it was all worth it by clinching yesterday’s final, which came after he impressively recorded straight sets victories in all matches in his debut open.

Macleod’s Breen was also competing in his first open, while he used to play at Warrnambool in junior tournaments.

The 35-year-old believed Byrnes’ serve and volleys led to the straight sets result.

Breen praised the organisers of the annual tournament, which attracted more than 750 entries.

“They get a lot of good participants and a lot of people playing,” he said.

“It’s good to see tournaments like this still going.”

Breen and Byrnes are both planning to contest a tournament at Easter at either Shepparton or Mildura.

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