Teenager Maia Lumsden claimed her second title of the week on Saturday after winning the Aegon GB Pro-Series singles tournament in Sunderland.

Lumsden, who won the doubles event with Eleni Kordolaimi on Friday, beating fellow Brit Freya Christie 6-4, 6-0 in one hour and 19 minutes at the Sunderland Tennis Centre.

After winning a tight first set, the 19-year-old from Glasgow saved three break points in the opening game of the second before running away with the contest.

“It’s the first time I’ve won singles and doubles at the same Pro tournament so I’m really happy with that,” said Lumsden after her victory.

The Scot was incredibly consistent from the back of the court, and when asked about her strategy going into the match she replied: “It wasn’t really the game plan but I was feeling pretty solid and she was making a few mistakes so I just tried to stay solid and keep playing my game.”

Lumsden, who saved a match point in the second round against France’s Margot Yerolymos, had lost to Christie in both of their previous meetings on tour.

But, after electing to serve first, Lumsden made the perfect start, breaking her opponent’s serve in the fourth game for 3-1.

Christie, who was playing just her second tournament following a serious wrist injury, hit back immediately, though, to level the match at 3-3 after some powerful hitting from the baseline.

Midway through the first set, Lumsden received a medical timeout for what looked like a hip injury, however that didn’t stop the Scot who broke Christie again at 5-4 to take the opening set.

In the first game of the second, Lumsden battled back from 0-40 down to hold serve just a game before new balls.

Christie then lost her serve for the third time and she quickly fell away in a one-sided second set.

Lumsden continued to pin her opponent back in the extended rallies and at one stage Christie could be heard muttering: “She literally hasn’t missed a ball.”

Before long it was match point, and Lumsden sealed the title when her opponent clattered a backhand into the net.

Lumsden will now head to Shrewsbury next week after receiving a wildcard into the ITF event.