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BNP Paribas Masters Sunday Men's Tennis Results







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BNP Paribas Masters
Paris, France


Singles - Final
[4] D Ferrer (ESP) d [Q] J Janowicz (POL) 64 63

Doubles - Final
[5] M Bhupathi (IND) / R Bopanna (IND) d [7] A Qureshi (PAK) / J Rojer (NED) 76(6) 63


David Ferrer: "It was a dream for me to win here in Paris-Bercy. I had never won a Masters 1000 [title], and I took my chance, because it was not Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic. I played very good these [past] two weeks. It is very important because it was the best season of my career, and I will try to improve my game."

Jerzy Janowicz: “This was his fifth match; this was my eighth match. I was really tired. I was actually exhausted almost. I'm only human, and I'm still happy about this final. David played today really good tennis. It was good enough to beat me today. He's a really experienced guy. He didn't get nervous.”

“I’ve got a lot of confidence right now. I learned if you have big heart and you want to do something amazing and you’re going to fight for this, you have a big chance to make it.”

Mahesh Bhupathi: “The match could have gone either way, but I felt we played really well on the big points. At this level, at this stage of any big event, that is what counts. We have been very consistent at the [ATP World Tour] Masters 1000s. It has been a little disappointing in the [Grand] Slams, but we have made up for it here.”

Rohan Bopanna: “It is definitely the best week we have played all season. We are very happy with the way we played and I hope we can take this form to London. The [Barclays ATP World Tour] Finals is one of the best events we have in tennis, especially being in England with the public appreciating tennis so much. Hopefully momentum can carry us on to do well next week.”


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