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London Monday Preview - Djokovic, Murray Kick-Off Group A Match-Ups

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Murray© Getty ImagesAndy Murray plays Tomas Berdych in the first singles match of the 2012 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.

• Group A takes the court on Day 1 of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, with the World No. 1 and World No. 3 leading the way at The O2. The two doubles matches feature the No. 1 and 2 teams on the ATP World Tour.

• In the opening session , No. 3 Andy Murray takes on No. 5 seed Tomas Berdych, who holds a 4-3 advantage in their head-to-head meetings (tied 1-1 indoors). Murray has compiled a 12-2 record on home soil this year, falling in his opening match at the Queen’s Club (l. to Mahut), then reaching the Wimbledon final (l. to Federer) and following with a gold medal performance at the London Olympics (d. Djokovic, Federer back-to-back). Berdych has been particularly successful against Murray and the Scot is the only member of the ‘Big Four’ Berdych has a winning record against (he is 4-3 against Murray but 1-10 against Djokovic, 5-11 against Federer and 3-12 against Nadal). Murray has gone 7-3 since his US Open title with all three losses coming after holding at least one match point. Last week he lost in the third round of Paris to Polish qualifier Jerzy Janowicz. Berdych has gone 13-3 since the US Open (and 6-1 indoors - he played two indoor events, winning Stockholm and reaching the quarter-finals in Paris, falling to Gilles Simon).

• In the night session, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic enters with an 8-5 head-to-head record against No. 7 seed and last year’s finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. The Serb has won their last six meetings (including all four this year) but Tsonga has won all four of their indoor meetings (three in 2008, one in ’09). Tsonga has two career wins over World No. 1s, one over Federer (Montreal in 2009) and one over Nadal (Queen’s Club in 2010) and he is 2-5 lifetime against World No. 1s. Tsonga has struggled  against Top 10 opponents this year (1-12) with his lone win coming over then-No. 9 Juan Martin del Potro in Rome. Djokovic has gone 10-1 since his US Open runner-up. Last week he lost in his first indoor match of the year to American Sam Querrey in the opening round of Paris. Djokovic has wrapped up the No. 1 ranking for the second year in a row. Tsonga has gone 14-5 since the US Open (9-3 indoors, highlighted by his ninth career title in Metz, a runner-up in Stockholm (l. to Berdych) and quarter-finals last week in Paris (l. to eventual champion Ferrer).

• The doubles event kicks off as well, with three of the Top 4 seeds in action, beginning with reigning champions and No. 2 seeds Max Mirnyi of Belarus and Daniel Nestor of Canada against No. 4 seeds Robert Lindstedt of Sweden and Horia Tecau of Romania. Lindstedt and Tecau were finalists at Wimbledon for the third year in a row (l. to Marray-Nielsen).

• In the evening session, World No. 1 Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan look for their fourth win of the season (3-0) against the Spanish duo of No. 6 seeds Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez, who are making their debut at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. The Bryans have finished No. 1 in eight of the past 10 years and they are 7-3 in finals this season. In July, they earned a gold medal at the London Olympics (d. Llodra-Tsonga).

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(3) Andy Murray (GBR) vs (5) Tomas Berdych (CZE)               Berdych Leads 4-3
05 Basel (Switzerland) Carpet (I) R16 Andy Murray 6-4 2-6 6-4
06 Adelaide (Australia) Hard R16 Tomas Berdych 7-6(2) 4-6 6-1
10 Roland Garros (France) Clay R16 Tomas Berdych 6-4 7-5 6-3
11 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris Hard (I) QF Tomas Berdych 4-6 7-6(5) 6-4
12 Dubai (U.A.E.) Hard QF Andy Murray 6-3 7-5
12 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo  Clay QF Tomas Berdych 6-7(4) 6-2 6-3
12 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard SF Andy Murray 5-7 6-2 6-1 7-6(7)

 Andy Murray Tomas Berdych
 Sets Won: 10 11
 Tiebreak Sets Won: 2 2

 Match Wins By Surface:
 Clay: 0 2
 Hard: 2 2
 Carpet: 1 0

Tournament History
• The 25-year-old Scot is making his fifth straight tournament appearance (7-5 record) and his best results are the semi-finals in 2008 and 2010…Last year lost to Ferrer in first match and then withdrew from the tournament due to a groin injury
• In three years he played full round robin schedule, went at least 2-1 each time
• In 2010, defeated Soderling and Ferrer (l. to Federer in RR) and Nadal in SF TB
• In 2009, went 2-1 in RR play but did not advance to SFs (losing tie-breaker
• In 2008, defeated Roddick, Simon and Federer in RR play (l. to Davydenko)

2012 Highlights:
W(3): Brisbane (d Dolgopolov); London Olympics (d Federer); US Open (d Djokovic); F(4): Dubai (l Federer); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (l Djokovic); Wimbledon (l Federer); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (l Djokovic); SF(2): Australian Open (l Djokovic); Tokyo (l Raonic); QF(3): ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (l Berdych); Barcelona (l Raonic); Roland Garros (l Ferrer)
YTD W-L: 54-14 (33-8 on hard, 1-1 indoor, 17-8 in Tie-breaks, 10-7 vs. Top 10 )
YTD Titles: 3
Career Titles: 24
Date of Birth: May 15, 1987
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3

2012 Review
• The British No. 1 will finish No. 3 for first time in his career after four straight No. 4 year-end rankings…Won three titles (Brisbane, London Olympics, US Open) and reached four other finals
• Earned gold medal at London Olympics where he beat No. 2 Djokovic in SF and No. 1 Federer in final, winning all five sets and never losing serve (saved 13 break pts., nine vs. Federer)…First British man to win singles gold medal since 1908……Also earned silver medal in mixed doubles (w/Robson), losing to Azarenka-Mirnyi 10-8 in Match Tie-break
• Earned first Grand Slam crown at US Open in fifth Slam final, defeating Djokovic in five sets…Became first British Grand Slam tournament champion since Fred Perry in ’36 US Chps.
• In seventh Wimbledon appearance, became first British man to reach final at All England Club since Bunny Austin in 1938, falling to Federer in four sets
• After US Open, returned for three tournaments (7-3 record) and lost in each after holding match point – Tokyo SF (l. Raonic, held two MPs), Shanghai final (l. to Djokovic, held five MPs) and Paris 3R (l. to Janowicz, held one MP)
• He opened year with title in Brisbane (d. Dolgopolov) and in March was runner-up in Dubai (l. to Federer)…On April 1 in Miami , reached the final (l. to Djokovic)
• Also SF at Australian Open (l. to Djokovic)…Has advanced to SF or better in seven of last eight Grand Slam tournaments (QF at Roland Garros, l. to Ferrer)…Went 22-3 in Grand Slams (only behind Djokovic’s 24 wins)

Tournament History
• The 27-year-old Czech Republic native is making his third straight appearance in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (3-4 record) and last two years opened round robin play against Novak Djokovic (lost both, last year in third set TB)
• Despite early loss, reached semi-finals one year ago, defeating Tipsarevic and Ferrer before losing to Tsonga 63 75
• In 2010 (went 1-2), lost to Djokovic, defeated Roddick and fell to Nadal in round robin play
2012 Highlights:
W(2): Montpellier (d Monfils); Stockholm (d Tsonga); 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(6): Australian Open (l Nadal); Dubai (l Murray); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l Nadal); Halle (l Haas); Tokyo (l Nishikori); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris (l Simon)
YTD W-L: 59-20 (39-12 on hard, 16-2 indoor, 20-15 in Tie-breaks, 6-11 vs. Top 10)
YTD Titles: 2
Career Titles: 8
Date of Birth: September 17, 1985
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6

2012 Review
• The top player from the Czech Republic finished in Top 10 for a third straight year, highlighted by two ATP World Tour titles and two runner-up efforts
• The last Czech player to finish in the Top 10 at least three years in a row was Ivan Lendl for 13 consecutive years from 1980-92
• Overall, reached QF or better 14 times, five in ATP Masters 1000 play, including last week in Paris (l. to Simon)…Played all nine ATP Masters 1000 events and compiled a 19-9 record
• He and countryman Radek Stepanek led Czech Republic to Davis Cup final (vs. Spain in Prague)…Went 5-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles (w/Stepanek)
• Earned indoor titles in Montpellier (d. Monfils) and Stockholm (d. Tsonga) and reached finals in ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (l. to Federer) in May and Winston-Salem (l. to Isner, held three MPs)  in August
• His 59 match wins is a career-high (previous 53 last year) and went 39-12 on hard courts, 16-2 indoors (only losses to del Potro in Rotterdam SF, Simon in Paris QF)…Had a 6-11 record vs. Top 10 opponents
• His best Grand Slam result was semi-finals at US Open (d. No. 1 Federer in QF, l. to Murray)…Also quarter-finalist at Australian Open (l. to Nadal)…Has reached QFs or better in all four Slams in career

(1)Novak Djokovic (SRB) vs (7)Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA)      Djokovic Leads 8-5
08 Australian Open (Australia) Hard F Novak Djokovic       4-6  6-4 6-3  7-6(2)
08 Bangkok (Thailand) Hard (I) F Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6(4) 6-4
08 ATP Masters 1000 Paris (France) Hard (I) R16 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-4 1-6 6-3
08 Tennis Masters Cup (China) Hard (I) RR Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 1-6 7-5 6-1
09 Marseille (France) Hard (I) SF Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-4 7-6(1)
09 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami Hard QF Novak Djokovic 6-3 6-4
10 Australian Open (Australia) Hard QF Jo-Wilfried Tsonga  7-6(8) 6-7(5) 1-6 6-3 6-1
11 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass SF Novak Djokovic     7-6(4)  6-2 6-7(9) 6-3
11 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Montreal Hard SF Novak Djokovic 6-4 3-0 ret
12 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Clay QF Novak Djokovic  7-5 6-1
12 Roland Garros (France) Clay QF Novak Djokovic      6-1 5-7  5-7  7-6(6) 6-1
12 London Olympics (Great Britain) Grass QF Novak Djokovic 6-1 7-5
12 Beijing (China) Hard Final Novak Djokovic 7-6(4) 6-2

 Novak Djokovic Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
 Sets Won: 23 15
 Tiebreak Sets Won: 5 4
 Match Wins By Surface:
 Clay: 2 0
 Hard: 4 5
 Grass: 2 0

Tournament History
• The Belgrade native is making his fifth straight appearance in the year-end finale (9-9 record), winning the title in ‘08 in Shanghai…In first two round robin matches, defeated del Potro and Davydenko, lost to Tsonga, and then beat Simon in three sets and Davydenko 61 75 in final
• Two years ago reached the semi-finals, going 2-1 in round robin play before falling to eventual champion Federer 61 64
• In 2007 debut went 0-3 in round robin play, 2-1 in ’09 but did not qualify for semi-finals and last year went 1-2, defeating Berdych in third set tie-break, and falling to Ferrer and Tipsarevic in final two matches

2012 Highlights:
W(5): Australian Open (d Nadal); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (d Murray); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Toronto (d Gasquet); Beijing (d Tsonga); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (d Murray); F(5): ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (l Nadal); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l Nadal); Roland Garros (l Nadal); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (l Federer); US Open (l Murray); SF(4): Dubai (l Murray); ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells (l Isner); Wimbledon (l Federer); London Olympics (l Murray); QF(1): ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (l Tipsarevic)
YTD W-L: 70-12 (45-5 on hard, 0-1 indoor, 14-12 in Tie-breaks, 19-10 vs. Top 10)
YTD Titles: 5
Career Titles: 33
Date of Birth: May 22, 1987
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1

2012 Review
• The Serbian clinched the year-end No. 1 ranking for a second straight year in today’s ranking (Nov. 5) and put together an outstanding season with 70 match wins and a 5-5 record in finals (in 16 tournaments)…Had most wins on hard courts (45-5) and vs. Top 10 opponents (19-10)
• Three of his titles were repeat efforts from last year – Australian Open (d. Nadal in record 5:53h marathon), his fifth Grand Slam crown, and ATP Masters 1000 events in Miami and Canada (Toronto)…Also won back-to-back Asian titles in Beijing (d. Tsonga) and ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (d. Murray, saving five match points)
• Compiled most match wins in Grand Slam (24-3) and ATP Masters 1000 play (34-6 record)… Went 4-1 in five-set matches and 14-3 in decisive sets…Overall reached semi-finals or better in 14 of 16 tournaments
• Lost in bronze medal match at London Olympics (l. to del Potro) on Aug.5…Also lost to Murray in the semi-finals…Rest of year compiled a 25-3 record, reaching five straight finals, including US Open where he lost in five sets to Murray
• Played well on clay with a 16-4 record, reaching finals at ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, Rome and first at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal in each)…Had chance to win four Slam titles in a row but lost in Monday final in four sets
• Reached semi-finals at Wimbledon for third year in a row (l. to Federer) and afterwards lost No. 1 after holding it for 53 consecutive weeks (from July 4, 2011 to July 8, 2012)…Federer regained No. 1 after his Wimbledon title
• He joins Federer (five times) and Nadal (twice) to finish No. 1 at least twice since  2004

2012 MATCH WINS LEADERS – Ferrer and Djokovic lead the ATP World Tour in match wins this season:
   W-L Titles
       1) David Ferrer  71-14     7
2)  Novak Djokovic  70-12     5
       3)  Roger Federer  68-10     6
4)  Juan Martin del Potro 63-15     4
5)  Tomas Berdych  59-20     2


Tournament History
• The Frenchman is making his third year-end finale appearance (4-4 record), the second in a row…Last year became the first Frenchman to reach the final since Sebastien Grosjean in Sydney in 2001 (l. to Hewitt)
• Opened round robin play with three-set loss to Federer and then defeated Fish, Nadal and Berdych in the SF before losing 63 67 63 to Federer again in final
• In 2008 debut in Shanghai, lost to Davydenko and del Potro before beating Djokovic in three sets in final match

2012 Highlights:
W(2): Doha (d Monfils); Metz (d Seppi); F(2): Beijing (l Djokovic); Stockholm (l Berdych); SF(3): Marseille (l Del Potro); Wimbledon (l Murray); Winston-Salem (l Isner); QF(8): 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); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris (l Ferrer)
YTD W-L: 55-22 (36-13 on hard, 13-4 indoor, 22-14 in Tie-breaks, 1-12 vs. Top 10)
YTD Titles: 2
Career Titles: 9
Date of Birth: April 17, 1985
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8

2012 Review
• The top Frenchman will finish in Top 10 for fourth time in five years (except ‘10), highlighted by two  ATP World Tour titles and two runner-up showings…Overall reached the QF or better in 15 tournaments, including five in an ATP Masters 1000 tournament
• Captured titles in Doha in opening week of the season (d. Monfils) and in September on home soil in Metz (d. Seppi)…Also runner-up in Beijing (l. to Djokovic) and Stockholm (l. to Berdych)
• Has a 55-22 match record, tying his career mark wins total last year…Has a 36-13 record on courts and 13-4 indoors)…Struggled against Top 10 opponents with an 1-12 record (d. No. 9 del Potro in Rome in May)
• In Grand Slam play, compiled a 13-4 record with SF at Wimbledon for second year in a row (l. to Murray), QF at Roland Garros for first time (l. to Djokovic in five sets), 4R at Australian Open (l. to Nishikori in five sets) and 2R at US Open (l. to Klizan)
• At London Olympics, QF in singles (l. to Djokovic) after beating Raonic 25-23 in 2R in longest set in Olympics singles history…Won silver medal in doubles (w/Lloda), losing to Bryan brothers
• One of three French different winners this year along with Richard Gasquet and Gilles Simon
• Has a 9-7 career record in finals with six of his titles coming indoors


(2) Max MIRNYI / Daniel NESTOR v (4) Robert LINDSTEDT / Horia TECAU                   MIRNYI / NESTOR LEADS 5-1
2011  Miami                      Hard (O) QF MIRNYI / NESTOR      7-5 6-0
2011  Barcelona                      Clay (O) QF MIRNYI / NESTOR       6-3 6-4
2011  Roland Garors                        Clay (O) QF MIRNYI / NESTOR       6-4 6-2
2011  Queen's                      Grass (O) QF MIRNYI / NESTOR       6-3 3-6 [10-7]
2011  Beijing                      Hard (O) QF LINDSTEDT / TECAU 7-6(6) 2-6 [10-6]
2012  Brisbane                      Hard (O) SF MIRNYI / NESTOR      6-2 7-6(3)


Tournament History:
• The No. 3 seeds defeated World No. 1 Bryan brothers 76(6) 64 in the semi-finals after going  3-0 in Group B play…They beat No. 2 Llodra-Zimonjic 46 63 10-7 on Thursday,  No. 8 Fyrstenberg-Matkowski 64 63 on Tuesday and last Sunday 76(2) 46 11-9 over No. 5 Bopanna-Qureshi
• Overall, Mirnyi is 18-13 in his eighth appearance, including a title run in 2006 (w/Bjorkman)… Nestor is a former three-time champion, winning in 2007 (w/Knowles) and 2008, ’10  (w/Zimonjic)…Overall the Canadian is 31-19 in his 13th year-end showing

2012 Review
• The veteran duo teamed together for a second straight year, after a brief partnership in 2000, capturing four titles in six finals, including a repeat Grand Slam crown at Roland Garros and following at the Queen’s Club on grass, defeating the Bryans in both finals
• They opened season with title in Brisbane (d. Melzer-Petzschner) and following month repeated title in Memphis (d. Dodig-Melo)
• Their runner-up showings came in ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in Miami (l. to Paes-Stepanek) and in Monte Carlo (l. to Bryans)
• Besides their title in Paris where they didn’t drop a set in six matches (12-0), other Grand Slam results included SF at Australian Open (l. to eventual champs Paes-Stepanek), second round at Wimbledon (l Bracciali-Knowle) and first round at US Open (l. to Johnson-Sock)
• Struggled together after Wimbledon-on with a 4-7 match record after a 37-9 start…They did not win back-to-back matches rest of way
• The Canadian captured his 80th career doubles title with former partner Nenad Zimonjic in Basel and joined Mike Bryan (84), Todd Woodbridge (83) and Bob Bryan (82) as only players with 80 doubles titles in Open Era


Tournament History
• Last season they made their Barclays ATP World Tour Finals debut and opened with a 76 61 win over Bhupathi-Paes before losing in straight sets to the Bryans and Melzer-Petzschner

2012 Review
• The third-year duo compiled a 4-3 record in finals and they also advanced to their third straight Wimbledon title match (l. to Marray-Nielsen in five sets)
• Played well in Grand Slam tournaments with a 12-4 record and 12-8 in ATP Masters 1000 events…Biggest title came in August at ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati, defeating three London qualifiers: Granollers-M. Lopez in QF, Bryans in SF and Bhupathi-Bopanna in final
• Captured first title of season on clay in Bucharest (d. Chardy-Kubot) and two weeks later reached final at ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski)
• Put together strong results on grass with title in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (d Cabal-Tursunov) and runner-up at Wimbledon where they fell to the wild card duo of Marray-Nielsen 6-3 in fifth set
• Returned to clay in Bastad and won title without dropping a set (d. Peya-Soares
• In  August, reached SF at ATP Masters 1000 Toronto (l. to Granollers-Lopez) and followed with title run in Cincinnati…At final Grand Slam event at US Open, lost in third round to Knowle-Polasek
• In final three tournaments coming into London, went 1-3 and Lindstedt retired in opening round match at ATP Masters 1000 Paris due to a neck injury


(1) Bob BRYAN / Mike BRYAN v (6) Marcel GRANOLLERS / Marc LOPEZ  BRYANS LEAD 3 : 0
2012  ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo          Clay (O)  SF BRYAN / BRYAN         6-4 7-6(5)
2012  ATP Masters 1000 Toronto                    Hard (O)  Final BRYAN / BRYAN           6-1 4-6 [12-10]
2012  Davis Cup  World Group SF              Clay (O)  R3 BRYAN / BRYAN         6-3 3-6 7-5 7-5


Tournament History
• The top seeds and three-time champions (2003-04, ’09) have a 25-13 career match record together at the year-end finale and last season they advanced to the semi-finals (or better) for the fourth straight year (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) and seventh overall …Also finalists in 2008
• They have qualified for the season-ending championship 11 times (did not play in ’07 due to Mike injury)…They have a 6-3 record in opening round robin matches 

2012 Review
• The American twins finished No. 1 for a record eighth time in past 10 years, highlighted by a 7-3 mark in finals...They have won a team record 82 titles together and they are only team in the Open Era (since 1968) to win at least five titles for 10 years in a row and 750 matches
• They come in with 59 match wins on the season and are trying to win at least 60 matches for a seventh straight year and eighth in last nine
• They earned their record-tying 12th Grand Slam title at US Open (d. Paes-Stepanek) and won gold medal at London Olympics (d. Llodra-Tsonga) along with a pair of ATP Masters 1000 titles in Monte Carlo (d. Mirnyi-Nestor) and Toronto (d. Granollers-M. Lopez)…They have won at least one Grand Slam crown for eight straight years and are tied with Aussie Hall of Famers John Newcombe and Tony Roche for Slam titles

• Overall they compiled a 20-3 match record in Grand Slam play and 16-6 in ATP Masters 1000 tournaments…They were finalists at Australian Open (l. to Paes-Stepanek) and at Roland Garros (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor)…They reached SF at Wimbledon (l. to eventual champs Marray-Nielsen)…They also captured titles in Sydney in opening tournament of year, Nice in May and Beijing in October for third time in four years
• With Beijing title, Mike became all-time doubles titles leader in Open Era with his 84th crown, eclipsing Todd Woodbridge’s record of 83


Tournament History:
• The No. 6 seeds are making their debut at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals and the last Spanish duo to play in the season finale was Sergio Casal and Emilio Sanchez in 1994

2012 Review
• The Barcelona natives compiled a 2-4 record in finals and played well in ATP Masters 1000 tournaments with an 11-3 match record
• Teamed up in February for first round Davis Cup tie vs. Kazakhstan and won in straight sets…Also played in QF (vs. Austria) and SF (vs. U.S.) ties…Although they lost both, Spain won and advanced to final vs. Czech Republic
• Put together best results on clay with titles at ATP Masters 1000 Rome (d. Kubot-Tipsarevic) and Gstaad (d. Farah-Giraldo)…Also runner-up in Acapulco (l. to Marrero-Verdasco), Barcelona (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski) and Umag (l. to Marrero-Verdasco)
• On hard courts, runner-up at ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (l. to Bryans 12-10 in Match TB) and reached first SF at US Open (l. to Paes-Stepanek)
• Only played in one tournament, Valencia (QF), after US Open, since Granollers missed one month of action due to a abdominal injury  

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