RESULTS - SUNDAY, 5 MAY 2013
Singles - Final
 S Wawrinka
(SUI) d  [WC] D Ferrer (ESP) 61 64
Doubles - Final
 S Gonzalez (MEX)
/ S Lipsky (USA) d  A Qureshi (PAK) / J Rojer (NED)
63 46 10-7
FINALS REVIEW – WAWRINKA WINS FOURTH TITLE;
GONZALEZ/LIPSKY CLINCH DOUBLES
• Stanislas Wawrinka captured his fourth ATP
World Tour title and avenged his Buenos Aires final loss
in February. It was his first title since January 2011
at Chennai (d. Malisse).
• The last Swiss winner
in Oeiras was Roger Federer in 2008. Wawrinka is now 4-7
lifetime in title matches.
• Wawrinka is now 20-60
against players in the Top 10 of the Emirates ATP
Rankings (2-5 in 2013).
• Ferrer was playing in his
fifth ATP World Tour final of the season (2-3). He is
now 20-17 lifetime in finals.
• Santiago Gonzalez
and Scott Lipsky won their fourth ATP World Tour doubles
title as a team.
• Gonzalez improved to 6-2 in
title matches, while Lipsky is 9-7 overall. Lipsky won
the 2009 Oeiras title with Eric Butorac.
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
Stanislas Wawrinka: "It feels great
to have won a title again, as it was one of my goals at
the start of the year. It was a challenge against a Top
4 player. I am very happy with the way I played today. I
was really focused and I made it difficult for him on my
serve. It is going to be tough to return to the Top 10,
but I am definitely playing better than last year and I
am improving. Today, I got the confidence that I can
beat a Top 4 player in a final, on a clay court."
David Ferrer: "Stan played a great
match. I was never close to winning, but I felt better
the longer it went on with my shots. On the big points,
I should have clenched my teeth more. Playing any ATP
World Tour final is important. I want to be positive and
look forward. Stan played better today. Stan played
pretty well from the baseline and he had a good
percentage of first services. He surpassed me in
Santiago Gonzalez: "We have known
each other for 10 years since a Challenger in Barcelona.
Years later, we decided to play together. We are playing
well and this is our fourth title. When we compete in a
final, it is what we're playing for all week. Today, we
played well and we were the best team on the court."
Scott Lipsky: "We played well and
enjoyed playing the bigger matches. We were almost down
match point in our first-round match [against Robin
Haase and Igor Sijsling], so we got lucky."