BANGKOK (AFP) - Britains Andy Murray hammered Donald Young of America 6-2, 6-0 in an awesome show of power on Sunday to win the ATP Thailand open, his third title of the season. The top-seeded Scot, 24, crushed any faint hopes of first-time finalist Young, ranked 55th, with a dominating performance, romping to victory in just 47 minutes. I barely made any errors. I was able to take all of my opportunities. It was a great match for me, said Murray, who lost the first final he played in Bangkok in 2005 when he went down to Roger Federer. This time Murray himself used all his experience against Young, who will still rise to a career-best placing inside the Top 50 in Mondays rankings despite his resounding defeat. I played very well today, by far my best match of the tournament, said Murray, winner of 19 career titles. The win was the second in a month for Murray against Young after victory against him at the US Open. That win followed a shock defeat for Murray at the hands of the American in Indian Wells earlier this year. Young, 22, admitted he had been well beaten by an in-form Murray.