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Djokovic© Getty ImagesWorld No. 1 Novak Djokovic looks to retain his Madrid crown.

Mutua Madrid Open
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Preview
CITY:  Madrid, Spain
SITE:  La Caja Mágica
DATE:  May 6-13, 2012
PRIZE MONEY: € 3,973,695
DRAW:  56 singles/24 doubles

Welcome to the Mutua Madrid Open, the fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament of the year on the ATP World Tour to be held at the spectacular La Caja Mágica. The facility features three main stadiums with a capacity for 12,500, 3,500 and 2,500, respectively. In the case of rain, all three courts have retractile covers that allow play to continue. Prior to 2009, the tournament was held indoors in October from 2002-08.

The nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments bring together the best fields in tennis at the most prestigious venues. This year’s field consists of 16 of the Top 20 players in the latest South African Airways ATP Rankings, led by reigning champ and World No. 1 Novak Djokovic along with No. 2 and two-time winner (2005, ’10) Rafael Nadal. Other former winners include Roger Federer (2009, ’06), David Nalbandian (2007) and Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003). 

This is one of three clay-court ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments (Monte-Carlo, Rome) while four others are on hard courts in North America (Indian Wells, Miami Cincinnati, Toronto), and two are later in the year (Shanghai, Paris). The 2012 ATP World Tour ends with the prestigious Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, the official year-end tournament held in London.

This preview has been provided to update you on the 2012 ATP World Tour and the Madrid tournament. Enclosed are statistics and notes that will be of assistance to you during the tournament. Player biographies as well as statistical, historical and personal data can be found in the ATP World Tour Media Guide, which is available at the main media desk, and on Please make player interview requests through a member of the ATP PR & Marketing staff located in the press room.

The South African Airways ATP Rankings are the official rankings in men’s tennis, which began on Aug. 23, 1973. Points are calculated from a player’s performance in the four Grand Slams, the eight mandatory ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, four 500 ATP World Tour tournaments and two 250 ATP World Tour tournaments. The season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London will count as an additional 19th tournament for the eight players who qualify. Below is the ATP Rankings points and prize money breakdown:
SINGLES  W   R-UP    SF     QF    R16   R32   R56  
Rank Points     1000   600      360    180    90     45    10    
Prize Money   € 585,800  287,225  144,560 73,510 38,170 20,125 10,865  
DOUBLES  W      R-UP    SF     QF    R16   R32
Rank Points   1000    600      360     180    90     0      
Prize Money   € 181,400  88,800   44,550  22,860 11,820 6,240

2012 UPDATE – The first three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments of the season have been won by the Big 3 of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer (they have won 20 of the past 30 ATP Masters 1000 titles since 2009):
     Champion    Finalist
Indian Wells Roger Federer John Isner
Miami  Novak Djokovic Andy Murray
Monte Carlo Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic

2011 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 WINNERS – Last season all nine tournaments were won by the Top 4 players. Novak Djokovic captured a record five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles, the most in a season, compiling a 33-2 match record. Nadal was runner-up four times to Djokovic while capturing the title in Monte-Carlo. Andy Murray won two of the last three ATP Masters 1000 titles while Roger Federer won in Paris to close out the year. Here is a look at the finals:
  Champion    Finalist
Indian Wells Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
Miami  Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
Monte-Carlo Rafael Nadal David Ferrer
Madrid  Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
Rome  Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
Montreal Novak Djokovic  Mardy Fish
Cincinnati Andy Murray Novak Djokovic
Shanghai Andy Murray David Ferrer
Paris  Roger Federer Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Year Singles Final Doubles Winners
2011 Novak Djokovic d. Rafael Nadal 75 64 Bryan & Bryan
2010 Rafael Nadal d. Roger Federer 64 76(5) Bryan & Bryan
2009 Roger Federer d. Rafael Nadal 64 64 Nestor & Zimonjic
2008 Andy Murray d. Gilles Simon 64 76(6) Fyrstenberg & Matkowski
2007 David Nalbandian d. Roger Federer 16 63 63 Bryan & Bryan
2006 Roger Federer d. Fernando Gonzalez 75 61 60 Bryan & Bryan
2005 Rafael Nadal d. Ivan Ljubicic 36 26 63 64 76(3) Knowles & Nestori
2004 Marat Safin d. David Nalbandian 62 64 63 Knowles & Nestor
2003 Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Nicolas Massu 63 64 63 Bhupathi & Mirnyi
2002 Andre Agassi d. Jiri Novak W/O Knowles & Nestor

Since 2002 there have been eight different tournament winners. Djokovic will try to become the first player to defend his title.
Year Defending champion Finish
2012 Novak Djokovic ??????
2011 Rafael Nadal Runner-up (l. to Djokovic)
2010 Roger Federer Runner-up (l. to Nadal)
2009 Andy Murray Quarterfinals (l. to del Potro)
2008     David Nalbandian Third Round (l. to del Potro)
2007 Roger Federer Runner-up (l. to Nalbandian)
2006 Rafael Nadal Quarterfinals (l. to Berdych)
2005 Marat Safin Did not play (injured)
2004 Juan Carlos Ferrero Second Round-Bye (l. to Horna)
2003 Andre Agassi Did not play

Rafael Nadal 15 ’05-12 Monte-Carlo, ’05-07, 09-10 Rome, ’10 Madrid, ’08 Hamburg
Thomas Muster 6 ’90, ’95-96 Rome, ’92, ’95-96 Monte-Carlo
Roger Federer  5 ’02, ’04-05, ‘07 Hamburg, ’09 Madrid
Gustavo Kuerten 4 ’99, ‘01 Monte-Carlo, ‘99 Rome, ’00 Hamburg
Andrei Medvedev 4 ‘94 Monte-Carlo, ’94-95, ‘97 Hamburg
Novak Djokovic 3 ’11 Madrid, ’08, ’11 Rome,
Juan Carlos Ferrero 3 ’01 Rome, '02-03 Monte-Carlo
Marcelo Rios  3 ‘97 Monte-Carlo, ‘98 Rome, ‘99 Hamburg
Sergi Bruguera  2 ’91, ‘93 Monte-Carlo
Guillermo Coria 2 ’03 Hamburg, ’04 Monte-Carlo
Jim Courier  2 ’92-93 Rome
Carlos Moya  2 ‘98 Monte-Carlo, ’04 Rome

Can it be done? Winning all nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles is perhaps the most difficult task in professional tennis. Andre Agassi is the closest to accomplishing this feat having won seven of the nine different shields. Roger Federer has won seven different ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles while Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have six each. Here is a look at the leading multiple ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title winners with total and different tournaments won among active players:
Roger Federer (19)     7    '02 & '04-’05, ‘07 Hamburg, '04-06, ‘12 Indian Wells, '04 & ‘06 Toronto,
‘05-06 Miami, ’05, ’07 & ’09-‘10 Cincinnati, ’06 & ‘09 Madrid, ’11 Paris
Rafael Nadal (20) 6 ’05-11 Monte-Carlo, ’05-07, ’09-10 Rome, ’05 Montreal & ‘08 Toronto, ’05 &   ‘10 Madrid, ‘07, ’09 Indian Wells, ’08 Hamburg   
Novak Djokovic (11) 6 ’07 & ’11-12 Miami, ’07, ’11 Montreal, ’08, ’11 Indian Wells, ’08 & ’11 Rome,
’09 Paris, ’11 Madrid
Andy Murray (8) 5 ’08 & ’11 Cincinnati, ’08 Madrid, ’09 Miami, ’09 Montreal/’10 Toronto,
  ’10-11 Shanghai              
Andy Roddick (5)      3    '03 Montreal, '03 & ‘06 Cincinnati, '04 & ‘10 Miami  
Juan Carlos Ferrero (4) 3    ‘01 Rome, ‘02 & ‘03 Monte-Carlo, ‘03 Madrid               
Nikolay Davydenko (3) 3 ’06 Paris, ’08 Miami, ’09 Shanghai

Last year, Djokovic became the first player to win back-to-back titles at least twice in a season:
Player          ATP Masters 1000 Titles
Novak Djokovic 2011 Indian Wells, Miami; Madrid, Rome, Montreal (three in a row)
Rafael Nadal 2010 Monte-Carlo, Rome, Madrid
Rafael Nadal 2009 Monte-Carlo, Rome
Andy Murray 2008 Cincinnati, Madrid
Rafael Nadal 2008 Hamburg, Toronto
David Nalbandian 2007 Madrid, Paris
Rafael Nadal 2007 Monte-Carlo, Rome
Rafael Nadal 2006 Monte-Carlo, Rome
Roger Federer 2006 Indian Wells, Miami
Rafael Nadal     2005 Monte-Carlo, Rome
Roger Federer 2005 Indian Wells, Miami
Marat Safin        2004 Madrid, Paris
Andy Roddick      2003 Montreal, Cincinnati
Andre Agassi      2001 Indian Wells, Miami
Marcelo Rios      1998 Indian Wells, Miami
Patrick Rafter      1998 Toronto, Cincinnati
Andre Agassi      1995 Montreal, Cincinnati
Pete Sampras 1994 Indian Wells, Miami
Andrei Medvedev   1994 Monte-Carlo, Hamburg
Michael Chang     1992 Indian Wells, Miami
Jim Courier        1991 Indian Wells, Miami

Last season Novak Djokovic became the first player in ATP World Tour history (since 1990) to win five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles in one year. The previous best was Roger Federer (2005-06) and Rafael Nadal (2005), who won four in a season. Here is a look at the players who have won at least three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles in the same year:
2011  Novak Djokovic Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, Rome, Montreal
2010  Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid
2009  Rafael Nadal Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Rome
2008  Rafael Nadal Monte-Carlo, Hamburg, Toronto
2007  Rafael Nadal Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Rome
2006  Roger Federer Indian Wells, Miami, Toronto, Madrid
2005  Roger Federer      Indian Wells, Miami, Hamburg, Cincinnati
2005  Rafael Nadal       Monte-Carlo, Rome, Montreal, Madrid
2004  Roger Federer Indian Wells, Hamburg, Toronto                            
2002  Andre Agassi     Miami, Rome, Madrid
1998  Marcelo Rios      Indian Wells, Miami, Rome
1995  Andre Agassi      Miami, Montreal, Cincinnati
1995  Thomas Muster    Monte-Carlo, Rome, Essen*
1994  Pete Sampras     Indian Wells, Miami, Rome
1990  Stefan Edberg     Indian Wells, Cincinnati, Paris 
# Held in Essen for one year before moving to Stuttgart in 1996

There have been 57 different ATP World Tour Masters 1000 winners since 1990. Of those 57 winners, 32 have won at least two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles. There are eight ormer ATP World Tour Masters 1000 champions playing in this year’s tournament (bold):

Player Masters 1000 Titles
Rafael Nadal 20 Richard Krajicek 2
Roger Federer 19 David Nalbandian 2
Andre Agassi 17 Patrick Rafter 2
Novak Djokovic 11 Michael Stich 2
Pete Sampras 11 Juan Aguilera 2
Andy Murray  8 Tomas Berdych 1
Thomas Muster  8 Guillermo Canas 1
Michael Chang  7 Roberto Carrertero 1
Boris Becker  5 Albert Costa 1
Jim Courier  5 Sebastien Grosjean 1
Gutstavo Kuerten 5 Tommy Haas 1
Marcelo Rios  5 Tim Henman 1
Andy Roddick  5 Thomas Johansson 1
Marat Safin  5 Petr Korda 1
Stefan Edberg  4 Ivan Ljubicic 1
Juan Carlos Ferrero 4 Felix Mantilla 1
Andrei Medvedev 4 Magnus Norman 1
Nikolay Davydenko 3 Karel Novacek 1
Thomas Enqvist  3  Andrei Pavel 1
Carlos Moya  3 Mikael Pernfors 1
Sergi Bruguera  2 Mark Philippoussis 1
Andrei Chesnokov 2 Cedric Pioline 1
Guillermo Coria  2 Albert Portas 1
Alex Corretja  2 Tommy Robredo 1
Wayne Ferreira  2 Greg Rusedski 1
Guy Forget  2 Emilio Sanchez 1
Lleyton Hewitt  2 Robin Soderling 1
Goran Ivanisevic 2 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 1
Chris Woodruff 1
   W-L Titles
Roger Federer 253-76  19
Rafael Nadal 224-46  20
Andre Agassi 209-73  17
Pete Sampras 190-70  11

Former champions: 5 – Novak Djokovic (2011), Rafael Nadal (2010, ‘05), Roger Federer (2009, ‘06), David Nalbandian (2007), Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003)
Former finalists: 4 – Rafael Nadal (2009, ‘11), Roger Federer (2010, ’07), Gilles Simon (2008), David Nalbandian (2004)
Wild cards: 4 – Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, Ryan Harrison, Javier Marti, Albert Montanes
Qualifiers: 7 – To Be Completed Sunday
Youngest in Draw: Bernard Tomic (19 years, 6 months)
Oldest in Draw: Radek Stepanek (33 years, 5 months)
Players by Country: Spain 12, France 5, Argentina 4, Russia 3, Serbia 3, U.S. 3, Five countries with 2
2012 ATP Tournament Winners in Draw (14): Roger Federer (3), David Ferrer (3), Novak Djokovic (2), Rafael Nadal (2), Milos Raonic (2). One Each – Nicolas Almagro, Kevin Anderson, Pablo Andujar, Tomas Berdych, Juan Martin del Potro, Jurgen Melzer, Gilles Simon, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Mikhail Youzhny
Note: Juan Martin del Potro-Richard Gasquet in Estoril final, Andreas Seppi in Belgrade final,Marin Cilic-Philiipp Kohlschreiber in Munich final 
* Does not include qualifiers

• The 11th edition of the Mutua Madrid Open, the fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament, returns for the fourth year at the state-of-the art Caja Magica (Magic Box). Last year Novak Djokovic became the eighth different winner in the 10 previous tournaments as he defeated Rafael Nadal in the final. The 56-player field features 16 of the Top 20 players in the South African Airways ATP Rankings.
• Leading the way are the Big 3 of Djokovic, Nadal (2005, ‘10 champ) and 2006, ’09 winner Roger Federer. They have won the first three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles this season and have captured 20 of the past 30 Masters 1000 titles (since ’09).
• Although Djokovic is the top seed for the first time in Madrid, Nadal is the favorite to win a third clay court crown in the past month after defending his 2011 titles in impressive fashion in back-to-back weeks in Monte Carlo (d. Djokovic) and Barcelona (d. Ferrer). Nadal didn’t drop a set in the 10 matches and he improved his clay court record to 214-8 since 2005. Nadal is the No. 2 seed in Madrid.
• In the top half of the draw, Djokovic opens against a qualifier in his opening round match and he could meet No. 13 seed and Madrid native Feliciano Lopez in the third round. Lopez, who has reached the quarter-finals three times in his hometown stop, the last in 2008, takes on fellow lefty Jurgen Melzer in the first round with the winner to take on former Top 10 Stanislas Wawrinka or Olivier Rochus. In the quarter-finals, Djokovic could play countryman/No. 7 seed Janko Tipsarevic or No. 9 Gilles Simon. On the rise Spaniard Albert Ramos (vs. a qualifier) could meet Tipsarevic in round two.
• In the second quarter of the draw, No. 3 seed Federer has a tricky opening round match against the winner of big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic and former World No. 3 David Nalbandian. Federer’s seeded opponent in the third round is No. 14 Richard Gasquet. Federer is 30-8 lifetime in Madrid and the past six years he’s reached the semi-finals or better, including runner-up showings in ’07 and ’10.
 In the quarter-finals, possible seeded opponents are Spaniards No. 5 seed David Ferrer and No. 11 Nicolas Almagro.
• In the bottom half of the draw, No. 4 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is the highest seed in the third quarter. The Frenchman opens against a qualifier or American teenager Ryan Harrison. In the third round, Tsonga could meet No. 16 seed Alexandr Dolgopolov or another rising Spaniard Pablo Andujar. In the quarter-finals, Tsonga’s possible seeded opponents are No. 8 John Isner and No. 10 Juan Martin del Potro. Isner opens against the winner of Albert Montanes-Marin Cilic while del Potro, a semi-finalist in Madrid three years ago, takes on top German Florian Mayer in the first round.
• In the final quarter, No. 2 Nadal, who is 24-7 lifetime in Madrid, reaching the final the past three years, plays the winner of Ivo Karlovic and former World No. 3 Nikolay Davydenko. In the third round Nadal could meet countryman and No. 15 seed Fernando Verdasco. Nadal’s possible seeded quarter-final opponents are No. 6 Tomas Berdych or No. 12 Gael Monfils, who returns for the first time since Miami. Also returning after being sidelined for two months with a wrist injury is ’03 Madrid champion and former No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero. He opens against a qualifier with the winner to meet the Monfils or Philipp Kohlschreiber.
• A top 4 ranked player has won 12 straight ATP Masters 1000 titles and 18 of 19. The last non-Top 4 winner in Madrid was No. 25 David Nalbandian in 2007.

• The top eight seeded teams receive a bye into the second round. An outstanding field is led by top seeds and two-time defending champions Bob and Mike Bryan. They also captured the title in 2006-07.
• The other seeds are: 2) Mirnyi-Nestor, 3) Llodra-Zimonjic, 4) Fyrstenberg-Matkowski, 5) Paes-Stepanek, 6) Lindstedt-Tecau, 7) Bhupathi-Bopanna and 8) Melzer-Petzschner.
• There have been three different teams to win the first three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments this year – M. Lopez-Nadal (Indian Wells), Paes-Stepanek (Miami) and Bryan-Bryan (Monte-Carlo).


Manolo Santana Court

Ivo Karlovic (CRO) vs Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) Davydenko Leads 5-1
05 Doha (Qatar) Hard R32 Nikolay Davydenko 7-6(7) 6-3
06 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R128 Nikolay Davydenko 7-5 4-6 3-6 7-5 6-3
06 Barcelona (Spain) Clay R32 Ivo Karlovic 6-7(7) 7-5 6-4
09 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo Clay R32 Nikolay Davydenko 6-4 6-3
10 Doha (Qatar) Hard QF Nikolay Davydenko 7-6(4)7-6(7)
11 Doha (Qatar) Hard QF Nikolay Davydenko 6-3 7-5
Other meetings:
99 Germany F10 (Germany) Clay SF Ivo Karlovic 7-6(5) 6-4
03 Heilbronn CH (Germany) Carpet R32 Nikolay Davydenko 6-3 7-5

Karlovic FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
QF: Zagreb (l Youzhny)
YTD W-L: 8-8 (0-2 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 4
Date of Birth: February 28, 1979
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 61

Davydenko FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
SF: Rotterdam (l Federer)
YTD W-L: 8-8 (0-1 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 21
Date of Birth: June 2, 1981
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 56

Kevin Anderson (RSA) vs Alex Bogomolov Jr. (RUS) First ATP Meeting
Other meetings:
07 U.S.A. F12 (U.S.A.) Hard R16 Kevin Anderson 6-1 2-1 ret
07 U.S.A. F13 (USA) Hard SF Kevin Anderson 6-7(2) 7-6(4) 6-2
09 Charlottesville CH (USA) Hard R32 Kevin Anderson 6-0 6-2

Anderson FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Delray Beach (d Matosevic); QF: San Jose (l Raonic); Houston (l Monaco)
YTD W-L: 15-9 (4-3 on clay)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 2
Date of Birth: May 18, 1986
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 31

Bogomolov Jr. FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
QF: Sydney (l Benneteau)
YTD W-L: 7-11 (0-1 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: April 23, 1983
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41

OTHER FIRST ROUND HEAD-TO-HEADS – In Draw Order (To be played Mon.-Tues.)

Olivier Rochus (BEL) vs Stanislaska (SUI)  Rochus Leads 1-0
06 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells (USA) Hard R64 Olivier Rochus 7-6(4) 7-5

Jurgen Melzer (AUT) vs Feliciano Lopez (ESP)  Melzer Leads 4-2
06 New Haven (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Jurgen Melzer 6-7(3) 7-6(1) 6-4
08 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Jurgen Melzer 4-6 7-6(5) 6-2 2-6 6-4
08 Vienna (Austria) Hard QF Feliciano Lopez 4-6 6-3 6-4
09 ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati Hard R64 Jurgen Melzer 5-7 7-6(4) 7-6(7)
09 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (China) Hard R16 Feliciano Lopez 5-7 7-6(3) 6-1
10 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass R32 Jurgen Melzer 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-4

Gilles Simon (FRA) vs Fabio Fognini (ITA)  Simon Leads 4-0
09 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Clay R32 Gilles Simon 6-7(6)6-2 6-3
09 Estoril (Portugal) Clay R16 Gilles Simon 6-0 7-5
09 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid Clay R32 Gilles Simon 6-3 6-2
12 Bucharest (Romania) Clay F Gilles Simon 6-4 6-3

Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) vs Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) Garcia-Lopez Leads 1-0
07 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells Hard R64 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 7-5 7-5

Milos Raonic (CAN) vs David Nalbandian (ARG) First Meeting

Viktor Troicki (SRB) vs Donald Young (USA)  First Meeting

Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) vs Richard Gasquet (FRA) Gasquet Leads 2-0
11 Roland Garros (France) Clay R32 Richard Gasquet 6-2 6-3 3-6 6-3
11 ATP Masters 1000 Montreal (Canada)Hard R32 Richard Gasquet 6-1 6-4

Marcel Granollers (ESP) vs Carlos Berlocq (ARG) First ATP Meeting
Other meeting:
10 Todi CH (Italy) Clay F Carlos Berlocq 6-4 6-3

Radek Stepanek (CZE) vs Bernard Tomic (AUS)  First Meeting


Albert Montanes (ESP) vs Marin Cilic (CRO)  Montanes Leads 1-0
10 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo Clay R16 Albert Montanes 6-4 6-4

Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) vs Javier Marti (ESP)  First Meeting

Florian Mayer (GER) vs Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) Tied 2-2
06 Stuttgart (Germany) Clay R16 Florian Mayer 6-1 6-0
09 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R64 Juan Martin Del Potro 6-1 7-5 6-2
10 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R32 Juan Martin Del Potro 6-3 0-6 6-4 7-5
11 Sydney (Australia) Hard R16 Florian Mayer 6-2 7-5

Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) vs Pablo Andujar (ESP) First ATP Meeting
Other meeting:
09 Napoli CH (Italy) Clay R32 Pablo Andujar 7-5 7-6(1)
09 Orbetello CH (Italy) Clay F Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-4 6-2

Michael Llodra (FRA) vs Andreas Seppi (ITA)  Llodra Leads 2-0
04 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R64 Michael Llodra 6-0 6-3 3-6 6-3
08 Marseille (France) Hard R32 Michael Llodra 6-2 7-6(5)

Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) vs Gael Monfils (FRA) Monfils Leads 5-1
08 Vienna (Austria) Hard SF Gael Monfils 6-4 5-7 7-6(2)
09 Metz (France) Hard F Gael Monfils 7-6(1) 3-6 6-2
10 FRA vs. GER WG 1st RD (France) Hard RR Gael Monfils 6-1 6-4 7-6(5)
11 Halle (Germany) Grass SF Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-3 6-3
11 GER vs. FRA WG QF (Germany) Clay RR Gael Monfils 7-6(3) 7-6(5) 6-4
11 ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati Hard R16 Gael Monfils 6-2 6-2

Fernando Verdasco (ESP) vs Denis Istomin (UZB) Verdasco Leads 2-0
10 San Jose (U.S.A.) Hard SF Fernando Verdasco 6-3 2-6 6-4
11 San Jose (U.S.A.) Hard QF Fernando Verdasco 6-4 6-4

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