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Thailand Open
Bangkok,
Thailand



RESULTS - SUNDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER 2013






Singles - Final

[2] M Raonic
(CAN) d [1] T Berdych (CZE) 76(4) 63



Doubles - Final

[3] J Murray (GBR) /
J Peers (AUS) d [4] T Bednarek (POL) / J Brunstrom (SWE)
63 36 10-6




FINALS REVIEW - RAONIC DENIES BERDYCH FIRST TITLE OF
2013; MURRAY/PEERS WIN

•   
Milos Raonic steps up his bid to qualify for the
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. He is now just 180
points behind tenth-placed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the
Emirates ATP Race to London.
•    Raonic captures
his second title of the season; he won his third
straight San Jose title in February (d. Haas). He
improves to a 5-4 finals record.
•    The Canadian
beat two Top 10 players in the semi-final and final
rounds (Gasquet, Berdych). He has a 12-20 record against
Top 10 opponents.
•    Tomas Berdych, currently in
the fifth position in the Emirates ATP Race To London,
falls to an 0-3 mark in finals this season.
•   
Jamie Murray and John Peers win their third title as a
team, following triumphs this season in Houston and
Gstaad.



WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID




Raonic: 
"I think I struggled a lot
more than him at the beginning, he was finding his
rhythm better. In the tie-break, it just came down to
one return and playing pretty sold after that... I
started being more aggressive."

"I think
I'm playing great tennis, I'm serving really well, I'm
doing a lot of good things. If I keep that up I think
I'll have opportunities and will put myself in a good
position, no matter who [I play]."



Berdych:
"He was exceptional. He was
serving really well and didn’t give me many chances. I
served quite well. Basically, the match was about two
points. Both of them Milos handled better and so he
deserved to win."












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