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Haas© AFP/Getty ImagesTommy Haas goes for his second title on home soil this season in Hamburg Sunday.

HAMBURG SUNDAY PREVIEW - MONACO & HAAS SQUARE OFF FOR HAMBURG HONOURS
• Two of the most in-form players on the ATP World Tour this year will square off on Sunday in the first ATP World Tour 500-level title of the summer, Hamburg’s bet-at-home Open.

• No. 3 seed Juan Monaco hasn’t had an easy route to the final, needing two hours and 41 minutes just to get out of his first round match against Cedrik-Marcel Stebe, 64 36 75 (afterwards he said, “It was very close. He served for the match but I still fought all the time, every point, and never gave up. Tennis is like this - you’re still there, you have a chance”); after a pair of close straight-setters in the second round and quarter-finals he was pushed to three again in the semi-finals against top seed Nicolas Almagro but hung on to beat the World No. 10, 36 63 64. Monaco is the first Argentine to reach the Hamburg final since Guillermo Coria in 2004 (l. to Federer). Coria won the title in ’03 (d. Calleri).

• Monaco will crack the Top 10 if he wins the title. Monaco is playing in his 15th ATP World Tour final, going 5-9 (5-8 on clay, 0-1 on hard). He is going for the biggest career title (his first five came at the 250-level). Monaco has two titles this year, both on clay (Vina del Mar and Houston) and reached one other final (Stuttgart). The No. 14th-ranked Monaco is guaranteed to move to a career-high No. 12.

• Wild card Tommy Haas began his week with a 68-minute, 62 61 win over Martin Klizan, and has since knocked out three straight seeds: No. 2 and defending champion Gilles Simon in the second round, No. 7 and Wimbledon quarter-finalist/countryman Florian Mayer in the quarter-finals and No. 4 Marin Cilic in the semi-finals (Cilic had won 15 of his last 16 matches). Haas is playing in his 23rd ATP World Tour final, going 13-9 (1-3 on clay, 12-6 on all other surfaces); Haas has won all eight ATP World Tour finals he has reached in the last 10 years since his last loss to Andre Agassi in Rome in May ’02. He is trying to become the first German to win here since current tournament director Michael Stich in 1993. Haas is 13-2 on home soil this year: (3-1 in Munich, 5-0 in Halle, 1-1 in Stuttgart, 4-0 so far here)

• Monaco leads the head-to-head series 3-1 and all four matches have been on hard courts. The Argentine won both of last year’s meetings (ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati, US Open).

ROAD TO THE FINAL
(3) Juan Monaco (ARG #14)
1st Rd: d. Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (GER #83) 64 36 75 (2:41)
2nd Rd: d. (Q) Daniel Munoz-de la Nava (ESP #142) 76(4) 63 (1:57)
QF: d. Jeremy Chardy (FRA #52) 63 75 (1:36)
SF: d. (1) Nicolas Almagro (ESP #10) 36 63 64 (2:02)

(WC) Tommy Haas (GER #49)
1st Rd: d. Martin Klizan (SVK #59) 62 61 (1:08)
2nd Rd: d. (2) Gilles Simon (FRA #12) 46 63 64 (2:06)
QF: d. (7) Florian Mayer (GER #23) 61 64 (1:11)
SF: d. (4) Marin Cilic (CRO #15) 76(7) 60 (1:56)

WHAT’S AT STAKE
 Winner €216,500 and 500 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 Runner-up €97,635 and 300 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 
FINALS HISTORY
 Monaco Appearing in his 15th ATP World Tour final…………………….5-9 in finals (2-1 in 2012)
 Haas Appearing in his 23rd ATP World Tour final……………………13-9 in finals (1-0 in 2012)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS

(3) Juan Monaco (ARG) vs (WC) Tommy Haas (GER) Monaco Leads 3-1
07 Stockholm (Sweden) Hard QF Tommy Haas 6-3 6-3
07 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (Spain) Hard R32 Juan Monaco 6-4 7-5
11 ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati Hard R64 Juan Monaco 6-7(5) 6-4 6-3
11 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Juan Monaco 6-7(3) 6-3 6-2 6-3

Monaco FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W(2): Vina del Mar (d Berlocq); Houston (d Isner); F: Stuttgart (l Tipsarevic); SF: ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (l Djokovic)
YTD W-L: 30-10 (23-6 on clay)
YTD Titles: 2
Career Titles: 5
Date of Birth: March 29, 1984
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 14 (Career-high)
 
• Monaco, 28, is making his first final appearance in Hamburg and comes in with a 13-6 career mark…His previous best showing was the third round in 2008-09, ’11…He is first Argentine to reach the final here since Guillermo Coria in 2004 (l. to Federer)…Coria won the title in ’03 (d. Calleri)
• The No. 2 Argentine (behind No. 9 del Potro) is appearing in his fourth ATP World Tour final of the season (2-1) and 15th of his career (5-9)…Won clay titles in Vina del Mar (d. countryman Berlocq) in February and Houston (d. Isner) in April and runner-up last week in Stuttgart (l. to Tipsarevic)
• Has a 30-10 match record on the season (23-6 on clay) and semi-finalist in Miami (l. to Djokovic)
• Leads the tournament in return games won (23 of 52, 44%) and has converted 56% of break points (23 of 41), the most in both categories
• On pace to finish in the Top 20 for the first time in his career…Will move to a career-high No. 12 on Monday and IF he wins the title, he will crack Top 10…Best year-end ranking is No. 23 in 2007
 
Haas FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Halle (d Federer); SF: Munich (l Cilic)
YTD W-L: 19-8 (10-3 on clay)
YTD Titles: 1/Career Titles: 13
Date of Birth: April 3, 1978
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 49

• Haas, 34, the oldest player in the Top 50, is appearing in his first final in his birthplace city…Made his semi-final debut here 15 years ago in 1997 (746 matches ago) and lost to Felix Mantilla
• The last German to reach the final/win Hamburg title is tournament director Michael Stich in 1993 (d. Chesnokov)
• Since a 4-4 start, has won 15 of his past 19 matches going back to Munich in May when he reached the semi-finals (l. to Cilic)…Has a 13-2 match record in Germany this season
• Last month he earned his 13th career title in Halle (d. Federer), his first final/crown since 2009 Halle (d. No. 4 Djokovic)…He is oldest ATP World Tour winner since Fabrice Santoro (35) in ’08 Newport
• Has won eight finals in a row since loss to Andre Agassi in ‘02 Rome and looking to earn his fourth title on home soil (3-3 mark): Halle last month & ’09, Stuttgart-indoor in 2001
• He came in this week at No. 49 and will move to around No.35 and around No. 30 if he wins the title
• Qualified and reached the third round at Roland Garros (l. to Gasquet), then broke Top 100 at No. 87 (from 112) for first time since June 28, 2010…After Halle title, jumped from No. 87 to No. 49
• Leads the tournament this week in service games won (36 of 41, 88%), saving eight of 13 brk, pts… No. 3 in second serve pts. won (58%) and return games won (42%, 16 of 38)

DOUBLES FINAL – Marrero-Verdasco (ESP/ESP) vs. (alt.) Dutra Silva/Munoz- de la Nava (BRA/ESP)
• Unseeded David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco have been pushed to match tie-breaks in all three of their matches this week, and defeated both seeded teams on their half of the draw, No. 2 seeds Peya-Zimonjic in the quarter-finals and No. 4 seeds Erlich-Ram in the semi-finals.
• Marrero and Verdasco are playing their fourth ATP World Tour doubles final together, going 3-0 in their first three, all this year (winning clay titles in Buenos Aires, Acapulco and Umag).
• Rogerio Dutra Silva and Daniel Munoz-de la Nava, alternates in the draw, were pushed to a match tie-break in their quarter-final match against Haase-Rojer, but haven’t faced any seeds
•  Dutra Silva and Munoz-de la Nava are both playing their first ATP World Tour finals of any kind
•  Doubles final W-L: Marrero (5-5), Verdasco (4-2), Dutra Silva (0-0), Munoz-de la Nava (0-0)

GSTAAD SUNDAY PREVIEW - TIPSAREVIC & BELLUCCI MEET FOR SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK,THIRD OVERALL
• They played a tight three-setter in the Stuttgart semi-finals and now, just eight days later, they will square off again, this time in the final of the Credit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad.

•  Top seed Janko Tipsarevic had a difficult start to the week, losing the first set then having to rally from a break down in both the second and third sets to beat Austrian qualifier Martin Fischer in his opening match, but he won his quarter-final and semi-final matches in straight sets and is now through to the final (after his semi-final victory he commented, “I needed some time to adjust to the conditions here. I somehow survived the early rounds and here I am in the final.”). The 28-year-old Tipsarevic has now won seven matches in a row (four matches in Stuttgart, three so far here). Tipsarevic is in his 10th career ATP World Tour final (3-6 mark) and second in a row on clay.

• Unseeded Thomaz Bellucci had to win four matches to get to this round and along the way has taken out a pair of seeds, No. 4 Mikhail Youzhny and No. 5 Feliciano Lopez. Bellucci fell first round at both Roland Garros and Wimbledon, but since then has won 12 of his last 13 matches (5-0 to win a Challenger title in Germany, 3-1 in Stuttgart and 4-0 so far here). Bellucci is in his 4th ATP World Tour final (2-1 mark); all three of his previous finals came on clay, and the first of his two titles came right here in 2009 (the other was 2010 Santiago). Bellucci’s four career Top 10 wins have all come on clay (No. 9 Verdasco at 2011 Acapulco, No. 4 Murray and No. 7 Berdych at 2011 Madrid, No. 6 Ferrer at 2012 Monte Carlo); 4-14 overall

• Tipsarevic and Bellucci are tied in their head-to-head, 1-1, but Tipsarevic won their only previous 2012 meeting in the semi-finals of Stuttgart just last week, 64 26 64 (after that match he said, “He was completely different than the other players I played here. Suddenly I’m playing a lefty who plays really far behind the baseline with heavy spin, so I needed to adjust my game. I had the right attitude throughout the match and that’s one of the main reasons why I’m through.”).

• The highest-ranked opponent Tipsarevic has faced so far here was No. 172-ranked Mathieu; meanwhile, all four of Bellucci’s opponents have been Top 80 (including two Top 30 players).

ROAD TO THE FINAL
(1) Janko Tipsarevic (SRB #8)
1st Rd: bye
2nd Rd: d. (Q) Martin Fischer (AUT #245) 46 76(1) 63 (2:37)
QF: d. (Q) Jan Hernych (CZE #212)  62 61 (1:02)
SF: d. Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA #172) 76(10) 63 (2:03)

Thomaz Bellucci (BRA #60)
1st Rd: d. Blaz Kavcic (SLO #77)  61 61 (0:59)
2nd Rd: d. (4) Mikhail Youzhny (RUS #28) 46 62 64 (2:08)
QF: d. (5) Feliciano Lopez (ESP #30) 63 63 (1:26)
SF: d. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL #61)  76(3) 76(5) (1:55)

WHAT’S AT STAKE
 Winner  €64,700 and 250 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 Runner-up €34,080 and 150 South African Airways ATP Ranking points

FINALS HISTORY
 Tipsarevic  Appearing in his 10th ATP World Tour final…………………….3-6 in finals (1-1 in 2012)
 Bellucci  Appearing in his 4th ATP World Tour final………………………2-1 in finals (0-0 in 2012)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS

Centre Court

(1)Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) vs Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) Tied 1-1
09 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells Hard R128 Thomaz Bellucci 5-7 7-5 6-2
12 Stuttgart (Germany) Clay SF Janko Tipsarevic 6-4 2-6 6-4

Tipsarevic FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Stuttgart (d Monaco); F: Chennai (l Raonic); SF(2): Marseille (l Llodra); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (l Federer);QF(3): Dubai (l Djokovic); ATP Masters 1000 Miami (l Murray); Barcelona (l Nadal)
YTD W-L: 39-14 (21-6 on clay)
YTD Titles: 1/Career Titles: 3
Date of Birth: June 22, 1984
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8

• Tipsarevic, 28, enters his first final in Gstaad with a 39-14 match record (21-6 on clay) on the season…This is the Serb’s third final of the year (1-1 mark) and last week captured his third career ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (d. Monaco), first on clay…Had a 6-4 clay mark last year
• Has won opening round match in 16 of 17 tournaments this year with only opening loss in Rome (l. to Wawrinka) in May
• Opened the season with a runner-up showing in Chennai (l. to Raonic in three tie-breaks without break of serve)…In February, advanced to semi-finals in Marseille (l. to Llodra) and in May, in Madrid (l. to Federer)…Also a quarter-finalist in three other tournaments
• In May, led his country to a 3-0 victory over Czech Republic in Power Horse World Team Cup in Duesseldorf by compiling 4-0 singles mark…Overall this year is 10-0 on German soil
• Leads tournament in second serve pts. won (61%) and No. 4 in return games won (11 of 33, 33%)… Has held serve 29 of 34 games (85%), saving 11 of 16 (69%) break points
• He is appearing in his 10th career ATP World Tour final (3-6) and prior to last week had never reached an ATP World Tour clay court final

Bellucci FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
SF(2): Sao Paulo (l Volandri); Stuttgart (l Tipsarevic); QF: Nice (l Simon)
YTD W-L: 19-14 (15-9 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 2
Date of Birth: December 30, 1987
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 60

• Bellucci, 24, the top Brazilian in the South African Airways ATP Rankings (at No. 60), is playing in his first ATP World Tour final of the season, the fourth in his career (2-1)…Lost to eventual champion Tipsarevic last week in semi-finals of Stuttgart
• Prior to last week, his best results during the year were a semi-final on home soil in Sao Paulo (l. to Volandri) in February and a quarter-final in Nice (l. to Simon) in May
• Has a 19-14 match record on the season (15-9 on clay) and 4-14 vs. Top 10 opponents in his career (1-3 this year) and last win came over No. 6 Ferrer in the second round of Monte-Carlo in April
• Will move from No. 60 to around No. 48 and if he wins the title to around No. 38
• No. 3 in tournament in return games won (15 of 42, 36%) and has held 37 of 42 games (88%)
• In 2009 as a qualifier here, won his first career title, defeating German Andreas Beck in the final
• He is playing in his first ATP World Tour final since February 2010 in Santiago (d. Monaco)

Left-handed winners in 2012 – Bellucci is trying to become the fourth (or fifth) different left-hander to win an ATP World Tour title this season:
  No.
Rafael Nadal 4 (Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Rome, Roland Garros)
Jarkko Nieminen 1 (Sydney)
Jurgen Melzer 1 (Memphis)
Gilles Muller (in Atlanta final)

DOUBLES FINAL - (1) Granollers-M. Lopez (ESP/ESP) vs. Farah-Giraldo (COL/COL)
• Top seeds Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez won all three of their rounds in straight sets and did not play a seeded team en route to the final (all three teams were unseeded)
• Granollers and Lopez are in their seventh ATP World Tour doubles final together (1-5 record)
•Unseeded Colombians Robert Farah and Santiago Giraldo got one walkover and won their other two rounds in match tie-breaks (including a semi-final upset over No. 2 seeds Dodig/Melo)
• Farah is playing his first ATP World Tour final of any kind; Giraldo is playing his second ATP World Tour final of any kind (he was a runner-up in singles at Santiago in 2011)
• Doubles final W-L: Granollers (7-10), Lopez (7-8), Farah (0-0), Giraldo (0-0)

ATLANTA SUNDAY PREVIEW – RODDICK-MULLER MEET FOR FIFTH TIME, FIRST WITH TITLE ON THE LINE 
• The championship at the BB&T Atlanta Open on Sunday between No. 4 seed Andy Roddick and unseeded Gilles Muller will be the fifth meeting (all on hard courts), between the 29-year-olds. Roddick has won the past three meetings since losing the opener at the ’05 US Open. In March, Roddick won 63 62 in the second round of the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Miami.

• The winner will become the leader in the Emirates Airline US Open Series. This is the first of six tournaments leading into the US Open.

• Roddick is 10-1 in his past three tournaments after a 7-11 start to the season. The 29-year-old Austin resident won his 31st career title in Eastbourne (d. Seppi) prior to Wimbledon. It was the 12th straight year Roddick has won at least one ATP World Tour title, tying Roger Federer as the only active players with that achievement. Roddick won his first ATP title at age 18 in Atlanta in the spring of 2001 when the tournament was played on clay (d. Malisse). Roddick is 31-20 lifetime in ATP World Tour finals. Roddick has also only been broken once in 37 service games.

• Muller is appearing in his third career ATP World Tour final (’04 Washington, l. to Hewitt; ’05 Los Angeles, l. to Agassi).and he’s trying to become the first player to win his maiden ATP World Tour title this year. The left-hander is also attempting to become the first player from Luxembourg to earn an ATP World Tour title. There’s been three lefty winners this season (Rafael Nadal-4, Jurgen Melzer and Jarkko Nieminen one each). Another lefty, Thomaz Bellucci is in the final of Gstaad on Sunday.

WHAT’S AT STAKE
 Winner  $88,270 and 250 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 Runner-up $45,435 and 150 South African Airways ATP Ranking points

FINALS HISTORY
 Roddick is appearing in his 52nd career ATP World Tour level final………31-20 in finals (1-0 in 2012)
 Muller is appearing in his 3rd career ATP World Tour final………………0-2 in finals (0-0 in 2012)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FED-EX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS –

(4) Andy Roddick (USA) vs Gilles Muller (LUX) Roddick Leads 3-1
05 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Gilles Muller 7-6(4) 7-6(8) 7-6(1)
06 Indianapolis (U.S.A.) Hard QF Andy Roddick 6-2 6-3
08 Memphis (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Andy Roddick 6-4 7-6(4)
12 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami Hard R64 Andy Roddick 6-3 6-2

Roddick FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Eastbourne (d Seppi); QF(2): San Jose (l Istomin); Delray Beach (l Anderson)
YTD W-L: 17-12 (10-6 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 31
Date of Birth: August 30, 1982
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27

• Roddick, 29, is appearing in his second ATP World Tour final of the season and last month prior to Wimbledon, captured his 31st career title in Eastbourne (d. Seppi), his first crown since Memphis in February 2011 (d. Raonic)…Has a 10-1 mark in past three outings after 7-11 start…He and Federer have won a title for 12 years in a row, best among active players on the ATP World Tour
• Has never lost in an ATP World Tour final to a player who is looking for his first title (9-0)
• With his fifth career grass court title, he also became the first American winner on the ATP World Tour this year…Also surpassed 600 career match wins, the 19th player in Open Era to accomplish feat
• He is No. 3 among active players in career titles (see chart below) and will move to around No. 25 and around No. 21 if he wins the title
• Came into Eastbourne with a six-match losing streak before turning things around…His previous best showings were quarter-finals in San Jose in February and Delray Beach in March
• Leads the tournament this week in service games won (36 of 37, 97%), saving seven of eight brk pts., and No. 2 in first serve pts. won (84%), No. 3 in second serve pts won (61%) and No. 4 in aces (29)
• Won his first career ATP World Tour title in Atlanta on clay on Apr. 29, 2001 (d. Malisse) and was ranked No. 89 at the time
• Has a 31-20 career record in ATP World Tour finals (20-15 on hard)

ACTIVE CAREER TITLE LEADERS – Roddick is No. 3 among active title leaders on the ATP World Tour:
  No.
1) Roger Federer 75
2) Rafael Nadal 50
3) Andy Roddick 31
4) Novak Djokovic 30
5) Lleyton Hewitt 28

Muller FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
QF(2): Belgrade (l Seppi); s-Hertogenbosch (l Malisse)
YTD W-L: 15-14 (8-8 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: May 9, 1983
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 63

• Muller, 29, is appearing in his third career ATP World Tour final (0-2), the first since July 31, 2005 in Los Angeles where he lost to No. 6 Andre Agassi…Also runner-up in Washington on Aug. 22, 2004 (l. to No. 8 Hewitt)…He’s trying to become the first first-time winner on the ATP World Tour in 2012.. Players attempting to capture their first title are 0-9 in finals this season (see chart below)
• During his run to the final, has only dropped one set, in the second round to No. 2 seed/two-time champ Mardy Fish, who retired with a sprained right ankle while leading 6-4, 3-2
• Prior to this week, the lefty from Luxembourg reached the quarters in Belgrade on clay (l. to Seppi) in May and in ‘s-Hertogenbosch on grass (l. to Malisse) last month
• Has served well this week, leading the tournament in first serve pts. won (86%), No. 2 in aces (52) behind Isner (54), and No. 4 in service games won (34 of 38, 89%)

Players Trying to Win First Title (0-9) – Muller is the 10th different player this season attempting to capture a first career ATP World Tour title (last year there were 10 first-time winners):

Player (opponent) Tournament
* Julien Benneteau (l. to Jarkko Nieminen) Sydney
* Carlos Berlocq (l. to Juan Monaco) Vina del Mar
* Lukas Lacko (l. to Mikhail Youzhny) Zagreb
* Denis Istomin (l. to Milos Raonic) San Jose
* Marinko Matosevic (l. to Kevin Anderson) Delray Beach
* Albert Ramos (l. to Pablo Andujar) Casablanca
* Fabio Fognini (l. to Gilles Simon) Bucharest
* Benoit Paire (l. to Andreas Seppi) Belgrade
* Brian Baker (l. to Nicolas Almagro)  Nice

Left-handed winners in 2012 – Muller is trying to become the fourth (or fifth) different left-hander to win an ATP World Tour title this season:

  No.
Rafael Nadal 4 (Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Rome, Roland Garros)
Jarkko Nieminen 1 (Sydney)
Jurgen Melzer 1 (Memphis)
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Thomaz Bellucci (in Gstaad final)

DOUBLES FINAL – EBDEN-HARRISON MEET VETERAN DUO PLAYING TOGETHER FOR 2nd TIME
• The Aussie-American duo of Matthew Ebden and Ryan Harrison take on the second-time duo of Xavier Malisse of Belgium and Michael Russell of the U.S.

• Ebden and Harrison are appearing in their second final together in their fifth tournament (11-3 record). Last July in Newport they made a successful debut by winning the title. Last month they reached the quarter-finals at Roland Garros, their best Grand Slam result.

• Ebden, who won the doubles title last year (w/Bogomolov Jr.) is 2-1 in ATP World Tour finals and Harrison is looking for his second title in as many finals (Newport last year).

• This is the second time Malisse, 32, and Russell, 34, are teaming together. In April 2010 in Houston, they lost in the first round to Harrison and Young. Malisse is 7-3 in doubles finals, winning in San Jose in February (w/Knowles). His biggest title is Roland Garros in 2004 (w/O. Rochus). The 34-year-old Russell is making his maiden ATP World Tour doubles final appearance.

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