Jim Courier beat Jimmy Arias 6-4, 6-2 on Sunday to successfully defend his title at the $150,000 Grand Cayman Legends Championships. Courier has had some amazing results on the Outback Champions Series with already eight career titles.
He earned $60,000 in prize money for winning the title and 800 ranking points that moved him into first past Pete Sampras. Courier tops the rankings with 2000 points, followed by Sampras with 1600 points and John McEnroe with 1300 points.
Courier, the two-time French and Australian Open champion, won the inaugural clay court title in Grand Cayman last year, defeating Wayne Ferreira of South Africa 7-6 (3), 7-6 (1) in the final.