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del Potro© AFP/Getty ImagesJuan Martin del Potro plays qualifier Grega Zemlja in the Vienna final.

VIENNA FINAL PREVIEW – DEL POTRO FACES SURPRISE FINALIST ZEMLJA FOR TITLE

• One of the leading contenders for one of the last three spots in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals will square off with the surprise face of the tournament for the Erste Bank Open title on Sunday.

• Top seed Juan Martin del Potro had an historic start to the week, his 67(5) 76(5) 76(6) win against Daniel Brands the first time two players both hit 30 or more aces in a best-of-three sets match since 1991 when the ATP World Tour started keeping that stat. Neither player was broken in that match and del Potro has kept his perfect serving going since then, coming into the final having held 38 of 38 service games this week (saving all nine of his opponents’ break point chances).

• The 24-year-old del Potro is making his third appearance at this event (7-1 record); reached 2nd Rd. in 2008 (withdrew prior to match vs. Kohlschreiber); runner-up in 2011 (l. to Tsonga in final). He is playing in his 17th ATP World Tour final (11-5 record, 1-3 in indoors) and stands No. 7 in the race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Top 5 have qualified).

•  Slovenian qualifier Grega Zemlja has had a dream week - not only did he reach his first ATP World Tour quarter-final, and not only has he gone two steps further than that by reaching his first ATP World Tour final, but the way he got here was a breakthrough as well - he got his first Top 20 win against Tommy Haas in the quarter-finals (was 0-5 against Top 20 players beforehand) and his first Top 10 win against Janko Tipsarevic in the semi-finals (0-4 against Top 10 beforehand). The last qualifier to win the Vienna title was German Philipp Petzschner in 2008 (d. Monfils).

• Zemlja almost didn’t play this tournament: “It was an interesting and difficult situation for me before the tournament,” the 26-year-old Slovenian said. “I was preparing last week for this tournament and found out I was the first on the waiting list to get into the main draw in Stockholm. So I was deciding whether to go to Stockholm or play in the qualification here. I said I’d rather play here and that I have a good feeling. I think it was a pretty good decision. I don’t regret it.”

•  Zemlja is making his second main draw appearance at this event (5-1 record); reached 2nd Rd. in 2010 (l. to Chela); fell in qualifying in 2011. He is playing in his first ATP World Tour final and he’s trying to become the second first-time winner in 2012 (joining Slovakian Martin Kliznan, who won in St. Petersburg) and second qualifier to win a title (Jarrko Nieminen won Sydney). Unseeded players are   4-15 in finals this year. At No. 70, is Slovenia’s No. 1 (Slovenia’s No. 2 is No. 89 Bedene, who Tipsarevic beat in QFs). Zemlja is 1-4 against Top 10 players (the win came against Tipsarevic in SFs;  he has losses to Andy Roddick in 2010, Gael Monfils in 2011 and Roger Federer and Tipsarevic in 2012). This will be a first-time meeting between del Potro and Zemlja.

WHAT’S AT STAKE –

Winner:          €€87,870 and 250 South African Airways ATP Ranking points                       Runner-up:      €46,280 and 150 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 
FINALS HISTORY –
       Del Potro:         Appearing in his 17th ATP World Tour final……….He is 11-5 in finals (2-1 in 2012)
       Zemlja:             Appearing in his 1st ATP World Tour final
                                                                                 
ROAD TO THE FINAL
(1) Juan Martin del Potro (ARG #8)
1st Rd: bye
2nd Rd: d. (Q) Daniel Brands (GER #111)  67(5) 76(4) 76(6) (3:05)
QF: d. Marinko Matosevic (AUS #55)  62 62      (1:13)
SF: d. Gilles Muller (LUX #81)   76(4) 76(5)    (1:50)

(Q) Grega Zemlja (SLO #70)
1st Rd: d. (8) Xavier Malisse (BEL #60)   46 61 76(6)      (2:27)
2nd Rd: d. Matthew Ebden (AUS #120)   75 64       (1:44)
QF: d. (3) Tommy Haas (GER #20)  4 46 62      (1:52)
SF: d. (2) Janko Tipsarevic (SRB #9) 36 76(5) 62      (2:34)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS  --
 
(1)Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) vs (Q) Grega Zemlja (SLO)   First Meeting

Del Potro FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W(2): Marseille (d Llodra); Estoril (d Gasquet); F: Rotterdam (l Federer); SF(4): Dubai (l Federer); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (l Berdych); London Olympics (l Federer); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (l Djokovic); QF(5): Sydney (l Baghdatis); Australian Open (l Federer); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (l Federer); Roland Garros (l Federer); US Open (l Djokovic)
YTD W-L: 56-14 (31-9 on hard)
YTD Titles: 2/Career Titles: 11
Date of Birth: September 23, 1988
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8

• del Potro, 24, is making his third appearance at this event (7-1 record); reached 2nd Rd. in 2008 (withdrew prior to match vs. Kohlschreiber); runner-up in 2011 (l. to Tsonga in final)
• This week the Tandil native has held serve all 38 games, saving nine break points…He is No. 3 in aces (53) and first serve pts. won (86%)
• He comes in with a career-high 56 match wins (56-14), surpassing his previous wins total (54) in 2009
• The Argentine is playing in his fourth ATP World Tour final of the year (2-1 record)…He is playing in his 17th ATP World Tour final (11-5)…He won titles in Marseille in February and Estoril in May
• He is No. 7 in the Race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Top 5 have qualified)

2012 TITLE LEADERS – Tsonga, who is in the Stockholm final, and del Potro, playing here on Sunday, are trying to add their names to the list of three-time winners on the ATP World Tour this season. The title leaders:
        No.
Roger Federer   6 
Novak Djokovic   5
David Ferrer   5
Juan Monaco  4
Rafael Nadal  4 
Andy Murray   3
del Potro one of seven players w/ 2

Zemlja FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 11-7 (10-5 on hard)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: September 29, 1986
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 70

• Zemlja, 26, qualified into the main draw and he’s defeated three seeds en route to his first career ATP World Tour semi-final…In the first round rallied to beat No. 8 Xavier Malisse 46 61 76(6) and followed with a 75 64 win over Matthew Ebden, No. 3 seed Tommy Haas 64 46 62 (his first Top 20 victory) and No. 2 seed/No. 9-ranked Janko Tipsarevic 36 76(5) 62 in the semi-finals (first Top 10 win)
• Has a 5-1 record in Vienna; reached 2nd Rd. in 2010 (l. to Chela); fell in qualifying in 2011
• He leads the tournament with most breaks of serve, winning 18 of 54 return games (33%), converting 18 of 36 break pts…He has hit 34 aces 
• The last qualifier to win the title in Vienna was German Philipp Petzschner in 2008 (d. Monfils) and the last qualifier to win a title on the ATP World Tour was Jarkko Nieminen in Sydney in January
• At No. 70, is Slovenia’s No. 1 (Slovenia’s No. 2 is No. 89 Bedene, who Tipsarevic beat in QFs)…Will
Climb to around No. 50 by reaching the final and to around No. 44 if he wins the title
• Unseeded players are 4-15 in finals this year and the last unseeded winner was Thomaz Bellucci in Gstaad in July
• He is 1-4 against Top 10 players (losses to Roddick in 2010, Monfils in 2011 and Federer and Tipsarevic in 2012) and posted first win over Tipsarevic on Saturday

Players Trying to Win First Title (1-13) –  Zemlja is trying to become the second first-time winner and join Slovak Martin Klizan in the first-time winner’s circle this year. Here are the players who have tried to win their first ATP World Tour title this season:

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
* Gilles Muller (l. to Andy Roddick)                          Atlanta
* Ricardas Berankis (l. to Sam Querrey)                 Los Angeles
* Martin Klizan (d. Fabio Fognini)                 St. Petersburg
* Julien Benneteau (l. to Juan Monaco)  Kuala Lumpur

DOUBLES FINAL - (2) Knowle/Polasek (AUT/SVK) vs. Begemann/Emmrich (GER/GER)

• No. 2 seeds Julian Knowle and Filip Polasek lost one set in their first match against Fognini/Marrero but won their quarter-final and semi-final matches in straight sets

• Knowle and Polasek are playing in their first ATP World Tour doubles final together

Andre Begemann and Martin Emmrich, unseeded, won their first two matches in straight sets then went to a match tie-break to beat No. 1 seeds Melzer/Peya in the semi-finals, 46 63 108

• Begemann and Emmrich are playing their first ATP World Tour doubles final together

• Begemann had not won an ATP World Tour-level match in singles or doubles before this week

• Doubles final W-L: Knowle (14-17), Polasek (9-11), Begemann (0-0), Emmrich (0-1)


STOCKHOLM FINAL PREVIEW – TOP TWO SEEDS TSONGA & BERDYCH SQUARE OFF IN FIRST FINAL

• Two Top 10 stars - and two of the leading contenders for the last three spots in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals - have made the final of the If Stockholm Open, the first time the top two seeds have reached the final here since 1991 (No. 2 Boris Becker beat No. 1 Stefan Edberg in five sets in that final) and the 10th all-Top 2 seeded final this year (No. 1s lead 6-3)

• Top seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is playing this event for the first time and has made it all the way to the final, losing just one set along the way, to No. 7 seed Marcos Baghdatis in the semi-finals (Tsonga was ahead 64 46 52 when the former Top 10 player retired with a groin strain).  The top Frenchman is playing in his 16th ATP World Tour final (9-6 record; has an even better record in indoor finals (6-3) and even better in ATP World Tour 250-level finals (7-1). He is No. 8 in the race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Top 5 have qualified). He is trying to become the second straight French winner in Stockholm after Gael Monfils won the title last year.

• No. 2 seed Tomas Berdych is playing here for the fourth time (5-3 record) but had never been beyond the quarter-finals before this year. This week he has not lost a set and only been broken once in 28 service games, beating No. 6 seed Mikhail Youzhny and No. 3 Nicolas Almagro in the quarters and semis,respectively. Berdych is in his 16th ATP World Tour final (7-8 mark); fourth this year (1-2) and he is 2-0 in indoor finals. The top Czech Republic player is No. 6 in the race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. The last Czech to win the title Stockholm title was Ivan Lendl in 1989 (d. Gustafsson).

• Berdych leads Tsonga in the overall head-to-head, 2-1, but the Czech’s two wins came on outdoor hard courts while the Frenchman’s win came on indoor hard courts (at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London last year). Tsonga and Berdych have compiled different records against fellow Top 10 players this year. Tsonga has struggled with an 1-10 record while Berdych is 5-11.

WHAT’S AT STAKE –
Winner:          €€87,870 and 250 South African Airways ATP Ranking points                       Runner-up:      €46,280 and 150 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 
FINALS HISTORY –
       Tsonga:            Appearing in his 16th ATP World Tour final……….He is 9-6 in finals (2-1 in 2012)
        Berdych:          Appearing in his 16th ATP World Tour final…..…..He is 7-8 in finals (1-2 in 2012)
 
ROAD TO THE FINAL
(1) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA #6)
1st Rd: bye
2nd Rd: d. Go Soeda (JPN #57)   62 76(6) (1:38)
QF: d. Sergiy Stakhovsky (UKR #92)  63 64 (1:24)
SF: d. (7) Marcos Baghdatis (CYP #33)  64 46 52 ret. (1:49)

(2) Tomas Berdych (CZE #7)
1st Rd: bye
2nd Rd: d. Jurgen Zopp (EST #87)   61 64 (1:11)
QF: d. (6) Mikhail Youzhny (RUS #27) 63 76(2) (2:06)
SF: d. (3) Nicolas Almagro (ESP #12)  63 62 (1:09)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS –

Centre Court
 
(1)Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) vs (2) Tomas Berdych (CZE) Berdych Leads 2-1
11 Beijing (China) Hard SF Tomas Berdych 6-4 4-6 6-1
11 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals  Hard SF Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-3 7-5
12 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (China) Hard QF Tomas Berdych 6-3 7-6(4)
Other meeting:
04 Besancon CH (France) Hard R32 Tomas Berdych 4-6 6-1 6-4

Tsonga FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W(2): Doha (d Monfils); Metz (d Seppi); F: Beijing (l Djokovic); SF(3): Marseille (l Del Potro); Wimbledon (l Murray); Winston-Salem (l Isner); QF(7): Dubai (l Del Potro); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (l Nadal); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (l Simon); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l Djokovic); Roland Garros (l Djokovic); London Olympics (l Djokovic); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (l Berdych)
YTD W-L: 53-19 (34-10 on hard)
YTD Titles: 2
Career Titles: 9
Date of Birth: April 17, 1985
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7

• Tsonga, 27, the top Frenchman on the ATP World Tour, has held 31 of 34 service games this week, saving 14 of 17 break points…Has hit 26 aces…He is playing here for the first time
• He is playing in his fourth ATP World Tour final of the year (2-1 record)…He won titles in Doha in the opening week of the season (d. Monfils) and last month on home soil in Metz (d. Seppi)
• Has a 53-19 match record on the season (34-10 on hard) and 1-10 vs. Top 10 opponents
• He is one of three French different winners this year along with Richard Gasquet and Gilles Simon
• The Frenchman has won 16 of his last 20 matches and is right at home indoors, six of his nine ATP World Tour titles coming indoors
• He is appearing in his 16th ATP World Tour final (9-6 record) and he is No. 8 in the Race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (there are three spots remaining)

2012 TITLE LEADERS – Tsonga and Juan Martin del Potro, who is in the Vienna final on Sunday, are trying to add their names to the list of three-time winners on the ATP World Tour this season. Here are the title leaders:
         No.
Roger Federer   6 
Novak Djokovic   5
David Ferrer   5
Juan Monaco  4
Rafael Nadal  4 
Andy Murray   3
Tsonga one of seven players w/ 2
   
Berdych FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Montpellier (d Monfils); F(2): ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (l Federer); Winston-Salem (l Isner); SF(4): Rotterdam (l Del Potro); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (l Djokovic); US Open (l Murray); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (l Djokovic); QF(5): Australian Open (l Nadal); Dubai (l Murray); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l Nadal); Halle (l Haas); Tokyo (l Nishikori)
YTD W-L: 56-19 (36-11 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1/Career Titles: 7
Date of Birth: September 17, 1985
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6

• Berdych, 27, is making his fourth appearance at this event (5-3 record), the first in the final…He fell in 1st Rd. in 2004 (l. to Tipsarevic), reached QFs in 2006 (l. to Soderling) and fell 2nd Rd. in 2010 (l. to Nieminen)…Has hit 28 aces, held serve 27 of 28 games (96%), saving 10 of 11 break points (91%)
• Has a 56-19 match record on the season and his match wins total is a career-high (53 last year), including 36-11 on hard courts…Has a 5-11 record vs. Top 10 opponents
• The top Czech Republic native is playing in his fourth ATP World Tour final of the year (1-2) and he is appearing in his 16th ATP World Tour final (7-8 record)…In February, he captured his eighth ATP World Tour title in Montpellier (d. Monfils)…Also runner-up at ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (l. to Federer) in May and Winston-Salem (l. to Isner, held three match pts.) in August
• He is No. 6 in the Race to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Top 5 have qualified)

DOUBLES FINAL -  (1) Lindstedt/Zimonjic (SWE/SRB) vs. (3) Melo/Soares (BRA/BRA)

• Top seeds Robert Lindstedt and Nenad Zimonjic  have been pushed to match tie-breaks in their last two rounds against unseeded teams Butorac/Hanley and Anderson/Erlich

• Lindstedt and Zimonjic are playing their first ATP World Tour tournament together, and will play together full-time in the 2013 season

• No. 3 seeds Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares have lost one set in their first three rounds, during their 75 36 104 semi-final win over No. 2 seeds Qureshi/Rojer

• Melo and Soares are playing in their ninth ATP World Tour doubles final together, going 3-5 in their previous finals with clay court titles at Nice in 2010 and Santiago and Costa do Sauipe in 2011

• Doubles final W-L: Lindstedt (16-16), Zimonjic (45-29), Melo (9-11), Soares (8-9)


MOSCOW FINAL PREVIEW – BELLUCCI, SEPPI FIRST BRAZILIAN, ITALIAN TO REACH KREMLIN CUP FINAL
 
• The championship of the Kremlin Cup on Sunday features a Brazilian and Italian for the first time in the title match in the tournament’s 23-year history. Both players are trying to win their second ATP World Tour title of the year.

• No. 2 seed Andreas Seppi of Italy and No. 4 Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil, both the No. 1 players from their respective country, meet for the third time (tied 1-1). The previous two came on clay in 2010-11. Both players have only been broken twice en route to the final. Seppi has not dropped a set while Bellucci has lost one set. Seppi has held serve 24 of 26 games and Bellucci 33 of 35 games.

• Seppi is putting together the best season of his career with a 36-25 match record. He won his second career ATP World Tour title in Belgrade in May (d. Paire) and was runner-up in Eastbourne (l. to Roddick) in June and Metz (l. to Tsonga) last month. Seppi is 2-3 in career ATP World Tour finals and his previous indoor final came in Metz. Bellucci, who is appearing in his first indoor final, captured his third career ATP World Tour title in July in Gstaad. All three of his titles have come on clay.  Bellucci is also looking to become the first left-hander to win the Kremlin Cup title since Goran Ivanisevic (d. Kafelnikov) in 1996.

WHAT’S AT STAKE –
      Winner:                 €$121,500 and 250 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
      Runner-up:             $64,000 and 150 South African Airways ATP Ranking points
 
FINALS HISTORY –
      Bellucci:                 Appearing in his 5th ATP World Tour final……….He is 3-1 in finals (1-0 in 2012)
      Seppi:                    Appearing in his 6th ATP World Tour final…...…..He is 2-3 in finals (1-2 in 2012)

SUNDAY CHAMPIONSHIP FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEADS – In Order of Play

Centre Court

(4) Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) vs (2) Andreas Seppi (ITA)  Tied 1-1
10 Hamburg (Germany) Clay QF Andreas Seppi 7-6(0) 5-7 7-5
11 Roland Garros (France) Clay R64 Thomaz Bellucci 6-1 6-2 6-4

Bellucci FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Gstaad (d Tipsarevic); SF(2): Sao Paulo (l Volandri); Stuttgart (l Tipsarevic); QF: Nice (l Simon)
YTD W-L: 25-19 (8-8 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1
Career Titles: 3
Date of Birth: December 30, 1987
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41

• Bellucci, 24, the top Brazilian, is appearing in his second ATP World Tour final of the season and the first of his career indoors…In July, captured his third career ATP World Tour title in Gstaad (d. No. 8 Tipsarevic) …Has a 3-1 career record in finals…The last Brazilian to win two titles in a season was former No. 1 and 2012 International Tennis Hall of Fame inductee Gustavo Kuerten in 2003
• Has held serve 33 of 35 games (94%), saving nine of 11 break points, and has won nine of 36 return games (25%)…Also winning 69% of second serve pts.and has 70% first serve pct.
• His best stretch came in July when he won Braunschweig Challenger (d. Kamke), reached SFs in Stuttgart (l. to Tipsarevic) and followed with title in Gstaad…In three weeks, climbed from No. 80 to 40
• Earlier in season, advanced to semi-finals on home soil in Sao Paulo (l. to Volandri) in February and quarter-finals in Nice (l. to Simon) in May
• Won lone Grand Slam match at Australian Open (d. Sela, l. to Monfils) at Australian Open and lost in first round in other three
• Helped his country into ’13 Davis Cup World Group with win over Russia’s Gabashvili in 2nd rubber

LEFT-HANDED WINNERS – Bellucci is one of five left-handed winners on the ATP World Tour this season. Left-handers are 8-5 in finals this year. Here are the winners:
 
                   No.    
Rafael Nadal       4
Thomaz Bellucci1
Martin Klizan        1
Jurgen Melzer      1
Jarkko Nieminen  1

Seppi FastFacts:
2012 Highlights:
W: Belgrade (d Paire); F(2): Eastbourne (l Roddick); Metz (l Tsonga); QF(4): Doha (l Federer); Rotterdam (l Berdych); Bucharest (l Fognini); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l Federer)
YTD W-L: 36-25 (16-16 on hard)
YTD Titles: 1/Career Titles: 2
Date of Birth: February 21, 1984
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 25

• Seppi, 28, the top Italian on the ATP World Tour, comes into his fourth ATP World Tour final of the season with a 36-25 match record (16-16 on hard) and his first final in Moscow…He is 1-2 in finals this year...He is the first Italian to reach the final here in the tournament’s 23-year history
• Has served well this week, winning 24 of 26 service games (92%), saving five of seven break pts and winning 78% of first serve pts. and 58% of second serve pts…Leads in return games won (52%, 13 of 25 games) and break pts. converted (13 of 22)
• Trying to become the first Italian to win two ATP World Tour titles in a season since Davide Sanguinetti in 2002 (Milan, Delray Beach)
• Has compiled the best results of his career, capturing his second ATP World Tour title in Belgrade in May (d. Paire) and reaching finals in Eastbourne in June (l. to Roddick) and Metz last month (l. to Tsonga)…Has a 2-3 career record in finals
• Also a quarter-finalist in four other tournaments, including his home country stop in Rome (l. to Federer)
• Comes in ranked No. 25, one spot off his career high of No. 24 on June 11...Trying to finish in Top 25 for first time in his career (year-end best No. 35 in 2008)…Will go to around No. 24 and if he wins the title to around No. 22
• In Grand Slam play, broke through to reach the fourth round for the first time at Roland Garros where he lost to No. 1 Djokovic in five sets (after holding two set lead)…Afterwards reached career-high No.24
• Has the most match wins (36) in his career, surpassing his previous best (30) in 2008

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