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Aegon Championships Sunday Tennis Results






Aegon Championships
London, England


Singles - Final

[1] A Murray (GBR) d [5] M Cilic (CRO) 57 75 63

Doubles - Final
[1] B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan (USA) d [4] A Peya (AUT) / B Soares (BRA) 46 75 10-3

• Andy Murray won his 27th tour-level title and third at The Queen’s Club in London (2009, 2011).
• Murray became the sixth player to win three or more titles at The Queen’s Club.
• The top-seeded Murray improved to 9-1 against Marin Cilic in their FedEX ATP Head2Head series.
• Murray dedicated his victory to fellow Briton Ross Hutchins, who was in attendance for the match. Murray then headlined the ‘Rally For Cancer’, an exhibition raising money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. The charity supports The Royal Marsden, the world-leading cancer centre treating Hutchins. Murray’s coach Ivan Lendl, Tomas Berdych and Tim Henman also took part.
• Cilic was attempting to retain the title, having won his first grass-court crown last year.
• Bob and Mike Bryan won their 90th team trophy and fifth at The Queen’s Club.
• The Bryans have won 18 straight matches and four successive titles.


Andy Murray: “He's one of the best grass court players in the world. Me and Marin, we have played against each other since the juniors and we have had a lot of close matches and tight matches. I was lucky to come through in the end because he was playing great tennis, especially towards the end of the second set and I got a little bit lucky at the end of that set.”

On his successful return from injury: “I worked very hard in the time that I had off to try and get myself back in the best shape possible and I couldn't do it without my team. They have helped me a lot. They have been very patient with me. they're why I was able to come out and play so tough the last two matches.”

Marin Cilic: “It was a great match from both sides, a great level of tennis. Andy showed he is capable of coming back; he's a great fighter. Congratulations to him for a great week. It was an extremely great week for me. I enjoyed all my matches. It wasn't easy. I had some tough fights. I hope I'm going to continue with my good form.”

Mike Bryan: “It was a high quality match by both teams and we feel fortunate that we played our best tennis down the stretch. To win our eighth title of 2013 and the 90th of our careers is a dream. Our confidence is high and we're hoping to carry that into Wimbledon.”

Bob Bryan: “Like they've been doing all year, Bruno and Alex played really solid tennis and we had to hit some great shots at the end to get the win. It'll be nice to put the racquets down for a couple days and recharge the batteries for Wimbledon.”

“Special thanks to Chris Kermode and the Queen's Club for putting on another fantastic event. And Happy Father's Day to our awesome Dad back home in California. He is the reason we fell in love with this game so many years ago.”

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