(CNN) -- Fourth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga defeated fellow-Frenchman Michael Llodra in straight sets to win the Marseille Open tournament on Sunday.
Tsonga adds the Marseille Open title to the success he had in South Africa two weeks ago.
World number 12 Tsonga secured a 7-5 7-6 victory to add the Marseille title to his success in the South African Open a fortnight ago.
Llodra, ranked 50th in the world, is primarily known for his doubles expertize, but he gave Tsonga some uncomfortable moments in the opening set, despite dropping his serve in the very first game.
The second set went with serve before Tsonga took the tie-breaker 7-3 to clinch his fourth career title in one hour and 43 minutes.