Sweden beat a powerful Swiss line-up to succeed in the Grand Slam of Curling Players' Championship ©Grand Slam of Curling/Anil Mungal

Skip Isabella Wranå has taken victory for the first time in the Grand Slam of Curling as she led her Swedish side to glory in the Players' Championship while Canadian Kevin Koe was triumphant in the men's event.

Her team took a remarkable 6-5 win against four-time world champion Silvana Tirinzoni's Swiss side in the women's final in Toronto's Mattamy Athletic Centre.

The team of Wranå, third Almida de Val, second Maria Larsson and lead Linda Stenlund scored CAD$40,000 (£24,140/$29,850/€27,340) for the title victory plus an additional CAD$40,000 for finishing second in the Pinty’s Cup season points standings.

"It feels very good," Wranå said.

"We have had many years where we’ve had this big dream.

"To play in the final has been a big dream for me and my teammates.

"It just feels awesome to be able to do this now."

The Swedes never found themselves behind in the deciding fixture and broke a 1-1 draw in the fourth end with a well-placed open hit to score three points.

Tirinzoni and company could only muster a single point in the fifth before Wranå scored two more to make it 6-2 after the sixth end.

"We started off learning a bit, again," said Wranå, who shot a team-leading 88 per cent.

"When we took the three points, I think we had a really, really good end then we just kept on going from there.

"We had to make a couple of good shots to hold them a bit short in the seventh end as well but other than that, it was a really nice game from my team."

Alina Pätz of Switzerland then fluffed an ambitious attempt which gave the Swedes the hammer for the final end with a two-point lead.

Tirinzoni sat the equalising two shots but Wranå just had to fire one out of the house to secure the win.

"I enjoyed it," Wranå said.

"I wasn't too nervous because those hard takeouts are the easiest shot to have as a last one as a skip, I would say."

There was more Swiss misery in the men's event as Canadian Koe got the better of recent world bronze medallist Yannick Schwaller.

Koe completed a 5-4 comeback victory to earn his fifth Grand Slam of Curling title as skip and first with team-mates Tyler Tardi, Brad Thiessen, and Karrick Martin.

"It was great," said Koe, whose Calgary-based club claimed CAD$40,000 with the title victory. 

"I think this is the hardest event to win out there just with the quality of the field. 

"There are top teams that have had their best years all season."