Winston Salem, U.S.A.
RESULTS - SATURDAY,
23 AUGUST 2014
Singles - Final
 L Rosol (CZE) d J
Janowicz (POL) 36 76(3) 75 - saved 2 M.P.
Doubles - Final
J Cabal (COL) / R Farah (COL)
d  J Murray (GBR) / J Peers (AUS) 63 64
FINALS REVIEW ROSOL
SAVES 2 M.P. TO WIN CROWN; CABAL/FARAH CLAIM SECOND
Rosol earned his second ATP World Tour title after
edging Jerzy Janowicz in three sets on Saturday. Rosol
won his first trophy in Bucharest in 2013 (d.
The 29 year old
fought off two match points as he served at 4-5 in the
deciding set (30/40, Ad Out).
Czech will climb six places to a career-high No. 27 in
the Emirates ATP Rankings.
Janowicz was competing in his second final, almost two
years after losing the 2012 BNP Paribas Masters final
(l. to Ferrer).
Cabal and Robert Farah, who improve to a 2-5 record in
finals, claimed their maiden title in February in Rio de
Janeiro (d. Marrero/Melo).
Murray and John Peers were also seeking their second
title of the season, having lifted the Munich trophy in
May (d. Fleming/Hutchins).
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID
Rosol: "I just focused on my games,
especially while I was serving. I waited patiently to
see if he would give me a chance on his serve, and he
did. I didnt start out well, but I finished strong."
Janowicz: "Losses happen. This is not my first
- and hopefully will not be my last - final. I'm looking
forward to the next tournament. I am playing well. I had
a great week here in Winston-Salem."
Cabal: "We hope to keep up this level, play
well and improve everyday. I hope that we have a good
ranking at the end of the year. Our next goal is to win
[an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event]."
Farah: "It was a great tournament. We
played very well from the start. Today was a great
match. We served very well and Sebas returned very well.
That's why we came away with the big trophy."