Fisher's victory seals double

ROSS FISHER completed a famous English double after clinching the biggest win of his career in the World Match Play Championship.<br /><br />The 28-year-old defeated American Anthony Kim 4&amp;3 in yesterday&rsquo;s final in Casares, southern Spain, to claim a third Tour victory and the &pound;750,000 winner&rsquo;s cheque.<br /><br />And victory also put the seal on a momentous day for English golf after Ian Poulter had earlier clinched the weather-hit Singapore Open.<br /><br />This was the first year the event hadn&rsquo;t been held at Wentworth in 34 years, so how it was ironic to see Wentworth pro Fisher bring the trophy back. An excellent final day saw him shoot a five-under-par 67 for the opening 18 holes and then six-under for the second round until victory was secured on the 15th hole.<br /><br />&ldquo;I&rsquo;m absolutely ecstatic,&rdquo; said Fisher, who climbs to fourth in the Race to Dubai standings and a career-high 15th in the world rankings. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s been a long, gruelling week but obviously worthwhile. Anthony Kim is a gritty competitor, one of the grittiest around.&rdquo;<br /><br />Poulter, meanwhile, shot a final round 72 to finish on 10-under-par &ndash; a shot ahead of China&rsquo;s Liang Wen-chong with fast-finishing Graeme McDowell three shots adrift in fifth.<br /><br />Poulter added: &ldquo;It was good that I maintained my form the entire week, now I will try to maintain my form for the rest of the year.&rdquo;<br />