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Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur Sunday Men's Tennis Reuslts
     
 

 

 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 

2012 Daily Tennis News Wire -
Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


RESULTS - SUNDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER, 2012

Singles - Final
[2] J Monaco (ARG) d [7] J Benneteau (FRA) 75 46 63

Doubles - Final
[3] A Peya (AUT) / B Soares (BRA) d C Fleming (GBR) / R Hutchins (GBR) 57 75 10-7

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WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID

Monaco: "I think we played a great match, with a lot of ups and downs. I got a little nervous when I had chances, but I never gave up, particularly in the 12th game of the first set. He surprised me a little bit with his comeback in the second set. In the final set, I knew I had to be more aggressive and I am happy the way I finished the match.

"Id like to relax now and enjoy the victory. It isnt easy to win tournaments, but I will focus on the next challenge and go to Tokyo tomorrow. It has been nice to be in this city and win the trophy. It feels very good. When I win a title, I think of my family and my team, as they believe in me, they have supported me and we have worked hard to win tournaments."

Benneteau: I was very focused on this game, because I wanted to win this final. The fans were great; there was a lot of French in the crowd. It was a nice atmosphere and the game was a good level.

Soares: "It feels very nice. Every title is very good, really special; a different story and different atmosphere. It is only our fourth tournament, so it feels really good. This week was special, because we felt we were playing better with each match."

Peya: "We are starting to click more as a team, also on our off days as we work on our games. It paid off this week. We enjoyed the tournament a lot, it was a lot of fun."


 



 

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