RESULTS - SUNDAY,
20 JULY 2014
Singles - Final
L Mayer (ARG) d 
[WC] D Ferrer (ESP) 67(3) 61 76(4)
Doubles - Final
M Draganja (CRO) / F Mergea
(ROU) d  A Peya (AUT) / B Soares (BRA) 64 75
FINALS REVIEW MAYER,
DRAGANJA/MERGEA TOPPLE NO. 1 SEEDS TO WIN FIRST TITLES
World No. 46 Leonardo Mayer
captured his first ATP World Tour title as he held his
nerve to edge top seed David Ferrer.
The Argentine is the fourth
first-time winner on the ATP World Tour this year.
Mayer is the lowest-ranked
winner of an ATP World Tour 500 tournament since No. 54
Radek Stepanek won the Citi Open in Washington in 2011.
The 32-year-old Ferrer was
contesting his 44th tour-level title match and dropped
to a 21-23 finals record.
Marin Draganja and Florin
Mergea won their first ATP World Tour team title in
style, capping their giant-killing run by upsetting top
seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.
The 23-year-old Draganja won
his first ATP World Tour doubles title; Mergea, 29,
captured his third trophy and second of the season.
WHAT THE PLAYERS
"I can't believe it. I was able to do it against Ferrer,
who is one of the best players on this surface. I'm
really happy and it still hasn't sunk in that I won.
"At the start of the match, I was a little tense.
But I relaxed and started to play better. He also made
some mistakes that got me back into the match. I tried
to enjoy it and that's why I won, I think.
wasnt the top favourite, but I gave it all my strength,
power and energy because I absolutely wanted to win."
"He was better in the match. I think I was little bit
nervous in the important moments and he played more
aggressive than me and nothing else."
"I still don't believe it. To win our first title at an
[ATP World Tour] 500, I don't know what to say. They are
a very, very strong team. They don't give you any easy
mistakes; you have to win all the points. We managed to
stay strong until the end."
"We barely got into [the draw] here; we were lucky to
get in. We've beaten some incredible teams along the way
and we're really happy with the way we've played. It's a
continuation from Roland Garros. We're thrilled to get
the win today.
"It was a very difficult match. It was pretty hot out
there today. We tried to focus on our serves and then we
were happy when the breaks came."