London, Great Britain
RESULTS - SUNDAY,
15 JUNE 2014
Singles - Final
 G Dimitrov (BUL) d
 F Lopez (ESP) 67(8) 76(1) 76(6)
Doubles - Final
 A Peya (AUT) / B Soares
(BRA) d J Murray (GBR) / J Peers (AUS) 46 76(4) 10-4
DIMITROV SAVES MATCH
POINT FOR QUEEN'S CROWN; PEYA/SOARES TRIUMPH
World No. 13 Dimitrov
saved one match point as he captured his first ATP World
Tour grass-court title on Sunday.
forces with coach Roger Rasheed in October 2013, the 23
year old has also won titles indoors in Stockholm (d.
Ferrer), on outdoor hard court in Acapulco (d. Anderson)
and on clay in Bucharest (d. Rosol).
32-year-old Lopez was bidding to win his second
grass-court crown, following victory at the Aegon
International last year.
Peya and Soares captured
their ninth ATP World Tour team title on Sunday and
first of the season as they edged home favourite Murray
and partner Peers.
The second seeds made up for the
final disappointment they suffered at this ATP World
Tour 250 grass-court tournament last year, when they
were beaten in the final by Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan.
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
"I'm really happy with the win. Obviously I knew what I
had to do today out on the court, and [Lopez] is one of
those competitors that when it comes to fast surfaces,
he's always very tricky to play. I just fought hard and
left everything out on the court - that was my main
goal. I achieved what I was looking for."
"It's tough to lose when you play such a great match.
Overall it was a great week for me. It has been a great
preparation for Wimbledon, and hopefully in Eastbourne,
next week, I can do well again. Its true that I'm
"It was a very tough match. They didn't give us many
chances on their serve. We managed to hang in there. At
the end, we played some great points in both
tie-breakers. It was good to take the lead early on and
manage to keep that all the way."
"We played a good match. We didn't lose serve. We just
obviously didn't quite get it done at the end. Overall
it was a great week for us. I don't think we could have
done much more today. It's just the way it goes."