MARSEILLE  - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga came back from a set down and saved a match point to defeat Czech top seed Tomas Berdych in the Marseille Open 3-6, 7-6 (8/6), 6-4 on Sunday. The French number one picks up his 10th ATP victory and second in Marseille, as he defeated the world number six and a player he had beaten only once in five meetings. Tsonga paid tribute to the rousing support he received on the Mediterranean coast. "This victory, I owe it to you," he told the fans. Berdych took advantage of a series of unforced errors from Tsonga to break in the sixth game of the opening set before closing out the set confidently 6-4 with a forehand volley. Tsonga dug in and saved a crucial break point with the score at 4-4 before a dramatic tie-break that saw the Frenchman fend off match point with an ace before levelling the match and forcing the decider.