While most of the attention has been on Tokyo over the last week, there’s been something brewing halfway across the world—and it came to a boil on Saturday, as Casper Ruud became the first man in almost a decade to win three ATP titles in three weeks.

Having captured titles in Bastad, Sweden and Gstaad, Switzerland the two weeks before, Ruud lifted another ATP 250 clay-court trophy in Kitzbuhel, Austria on Saturday night, battling past Spain’s Pedro Martinez in a rain-delayed final, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3.

The last man to win three ATP titles in three consecutive weeks was Andy Murray, who swept hard-court trophies in Bangkok, Tokyo and Shanghai in October 2011.

“I am shaking all over my body. It feels amazing,” Ruud told ATPTour.com after the match. “I was very nervous at the end. I knew what I was playing for. Three in a row is something special. What a day to play the final, rain on and off all day. I’m just very excited and happy that these three weeks are over, and that I won all of them.”

The 22-year-old Norwegian, who’s now on an 11-match winning streak, is projected to rise from No. 14 to a new career-high of No. 12 on Monday's ATP rankings.