MUTUA MADRID OPEN
May 3-11, 2014
RESULTS - SUNDAY, 11 MAY 2014
Singles - Final
 R Nadal (ESP) d  K Nishikori (JPN) 26 64 30 ret.
Doubles - Final
 D Nestor
(CAN) / N Zimonjic (SRB) d  B Bryan (USA) / M Bryan
(USA) 64 62
NADAL RALLIES FOR FOURTH MADRID CROWN; NESTOR/ZIMONJIC
DENY BRYANS' REPEAT
• World No. 1
Nadal captured his 27th ATP World Tour Masters 1000
title on Sunday as he fought back from a set and a break
• The 27 year old became the first player to
win four titles in the Spanish capital, adding to his
victories in 2005 (d. Ljubicic), 2010 (d. Federer) and
2013 (d. Wawrinka).
• Now with 63 tour-level
crowns, the 27-year-old Nadal moves to standalone sixth
on the Open Era title leaderboard, pulling to within one
title of equalling Bjorn Borg and Pete Sampras.
Nishikori was contesting his first ATP World Tour
Masters 1000 final and saw his run of 14 successive wins
come to an end.
• Nestor and Zimonjic captured
their 26th ATP World Tour team title Sunday as they
defeated World No. 1 pairing Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan,
ending the Americans' 24-match winning streak.
Victory takes the 41-year-old Nestor to 84 tour-level
titles, giving him sole ownership of third place in the
Open Era doubles title leaderboard, behind the Bryans.
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
Nadal: "Winning at home is always
more special than winning anywhere. Having the chance to
play in front of your home crowd... is unforgettable for
me. This city gives me a lot. This is a very important
victory for me."
Nishikori: "There is a lot of confidence
I get from this tournament by beating [Ferrer] in three
sets and playing well in the final today. It's going to
be very exciting at [Roland Garros] because I never feel
like this on clay."
Nestor: "Today we played amazing. I
think that's the most important thing, playing well on
the big occasion. It's always important to at least stay
close. Today we were fortunate to get ahead. The best
thing is that we had some touch situations on serve and
we fought through it. We've been resilient all year and
it's nice to play our best match."
Zimonjic: "It's always a big challenge
to play the best in the world. They've been the best in
the world for many years and hold many records. To be on
the same court with Daniel, Mike and Bob is a great
honour. They are the three best players in doubles. They
won the most titles. It's always great to win a [ATP
World Tour] Masters 1000, especially when we play like
we did today."