Malaysian Open Sunday Tennis Results

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Malaysian Open
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Singles – Final
[1] D. Ferrer (ESP) d [2] F. Lopez (ESP) 75 75

Doubles – Final
[2] T. Huey (PHI) / H. Kontinen (FIN) d [1] R. Klaasen (RSA) / R. Ram (USA) 76(4) 62


– Top seed David Ferrer defeated countryman and No. 2 seed Feliciano Lopez to win the 2015 Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur.
– Ferrer won his 25th tour-level title and became the first Spaniard to take the title in the Asian metropolis.
– Ferrer broke serve in the 12th game of both sets to improve his FedEx ATP Head2Head record against Lopez to 9-6.
– The final was the fourth all-countryman final on the ATP World Tour this year.
– No. 2 seeds Treat Huey and Henri Kontinen defeated top seeds Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram to win the doubles title.
– It was the Filipino-Finnish partnership’s eighth consecutive win and second title in as many weeks (d. Knowle/Peya in St. Petersburg).


“I feel very happy, because I have never played so well at this tournament. I played my best match of the week in this final, and my sensations after my elbow injury are now very good. Feliciano is a good tennis player, but an even better person. I wish him all the best for the rest of the season.”

“I think I did what I needed to do in order to beat David, which is to play aggressively. After I got the break in the first set, I got broken right away serving with the new balls, which was unusual. David played a lot more consistent after that, and made it difficult for me to win points, to shorten the points.”

“Despite the score, the match was very close. Henri hit an unbelievable return for us to come back in the first set. It came down to one or two points and we played well on points that mattered in the end. At some point we will lose a match, but it’d be pretty cool to go undefeated forever.”

“It’s definitely not what we expected when we teamed up two weeks ago. We have been playing well and it’s very important to get along on and off the court.”

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