RESULTS - SATURDAY, 24 MAY 2014
Singles - Final
 P Kohlschreiber (GER) d  I Karlovic (CRO) 62
Doubles - Final
 S Gonzalez (MEX)
/ S Lipsky (USA) d M Emmrich (GER) / C Kas (GER) 75 46
KOHLSCHREIBER WINS ON HOME SOIL; GONZALEZ/LIPSKY IMPROVE
TO 7-0 IN FINALS
• The top seed Kohlschreiber lifted
his fifth ATP World Tour trophy after he defeated
seventh seed Karlovic in the final.
Four of Kohlschreiber's five titles have come on German
soil, including 2007 Munich (d. Youzhny), 2011 Halle (d.
Petzschner) and 2012 Munich (d. Cilic).
Karlovic, who was contesting his 10th ATP World Tour
final (now 5-5 overall), leaves with €40,720 and 150
Emirates ATP Ranking points.
Gonzalez and Lipsky remained perfect in ATP World Tour
doubles finals, improving to 7-0 as a team.
Gonzalez improved to 9-2 overall in finals, while Lipsky
claimed his 12th crown in 17 finals.
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
Kohlschreiber: "It was great that I
could handle the pressure as the top seed. I had some
tough and tricky opponents this week, so I am very happy
to have won. I gained a lot of confidence. I play some
of my best tennis in Germany, where I have great
support. The crowd gave me extra motivation and helped
me when I got nervous."
Karlovic: "At the beginning he played
unbelievably well. I was struggling a little bit with a
back problem, so I couldn’t hit as hard as I normally
do. But it was a good week. I didn’t expect five matches
here, so I am very happy to have reached the final."
Lipsky: "It was a really close
match. There were a lot of break points both ways. Each
of us won a set and we played a very good 10-point
[Match] Tie-break, getting out to a big lead and that
helped us. We won the tournament, so it's a very good
week for us going into Roland Garros."