Sandro Bazadze was victorious in Tunis today ©Getty Images

Despina Georgiadou from Greece and Sandro Bazadze of Georgia claimed the women's and men's sabre titles at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Fencing Grand Prix in Tunis today.

In the women's event, Georgiadou came through five rounds on her way to the final, beating Italian Giulia Arpino 15-11 in the last 16.

The world bronze medallist then eliminated Hungarian Anna Márton, the 2015 world bronze medallist, by a 15-9 score, and made the final with a 15-10 victory over world champion Misaki Emura of Japan.

In the final, she met Spain's Lucia Martin-Portugues, who defeated Olympic bronze medallist Manon Apithy-Brunet of France 15-10 in the quarter-finals and Ukraine's four-time world champion Olga Kharlan 15-14 in the semi-finals.

Georgiadou defeated Martin-Portugues 15-12 in the final for the gold, with Emura and Kharlan taking the bronze medals.

Bazadze won 15-13 over Raoul Bonah of Germany in the last 16 of the men's competition, before beating Bonah's compatriot Matyas Szabo by a convincing 15-8 score in the quarter-finals.

In the semi-finals, he defeated 2017 world champion Andras Szatmari from Hungary 15-12 to make the final.

The world bronze medallist and European champion would meet Italian Luigi Samele in the final.

The Olympic silver medallist Samele won 15-14 against Hungarian Csanad Gemesi in the quarter-finals before making the final with a 15-13 victory against American Eli Dershwitz.

In the final, Bazadze was a comfortable winner, with the score finishing 15-9.