The Savannah Challenger will crown it's champion Sunday afternoon at The Landings, and it'll be a battle of two young, talented players.
Christian Harrison will play for his first ATP Challenger title against Hugo Dellien in Sunday's singles final.
Harrison, a 23 year old from Shreveport, LA, advanced to the title match with a 7-5, 6-2 victory over Reilly Opelka.
Dellien earned his way into the title match, rallying from a set down to best Michael Mmoh in Saturday's semifinal. The 24 year old Bolivian says changing his mindset after dropping the first set helped him earn the comeback victory.
"I came back in the third set, and got my game more aggressive, more consistent, and I won the match," Dellien explained through his coach.
The doubles final will see Enrique Lopez Perez and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan face Luke Bambridge and Akira Santillan.
The final day of play at The Landings begins with the doubles final at 1:00 p.m.