Karlovic helped his side win three matches he featured in, men's singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles.
Former Swedish professional and Aces captain Thomas Johannson's 5-4 win over retired German player Rainer Schuettler set the ball rolling for the visitors as they handed Chennai a loss on home turf.
Swiss ace Hingis also made it count for the Aces after playing her part in the women's singles and Mixed doubles.
Hingis served past Heather Watson of Britain 5-3 and then combined with Karlovic to outplay her British counterpart and Spanish ace Fernando Verdasco 5-2.
Karlovic, streaming down his aces like rocks, continued his team's dominance as he partnered with India's Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan to outplay Verdasco and Vishnu Vardhan (India) 5-3.
Though the final game and set seemed a mere formality but the match-up between Karlovic and Verdasco made up for interesting tennis.

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