Zagreb, Croatia (SportsNetwork.com) - Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain beat Italy's Andreas Seppi to win the Zagreb Indoors title on Sunday.

The third-seeded Garcia-Lopez claimed a 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 victory to capture his fourth ATP World Tour crown.

Garcia-Lopez improved to 4-3 all-time in finals, while Seppi fell to 3-4.

"You don't win a tournament every week," said an emotional Garcia-Lopez following the match. "This is only my fourth title during my whole career so of course it was an emotional moment. I was thinking about those moments when you are working hard, practicing a lot, spending a lot of hours on court. Every title is of course a really good moment for players, so this one is a nice one, for sure."

The fifth-seeded Seppi, who beat Roger Federer in the third round at the Australian Open last month, brought a 4-0 advantage over Garcia-Lopez into Sunday's match.

"I was a bit tired mentally and physically by the end of the second set," Seppi said. "I tried to stay calm but I felt like I had no energy."

Garcia-Lopez took home $90,000 with the victory.