Pro Tennis Internet Network

Verdasco, Cilic, Simon Feature In First-Round Action Sunday

Madrid, Spain

Verdasco© Getty ImagesFernando Verdasco faces David Goffin in the first round on Sunday.

CITY: Madrid, Spain
SITE: La Caja Mágica  
DATE: May 5-12, 2013
PRIZE MONEY: € 4,303,867 
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 outstanding field features 19 of the Top 20 players in the latest Emirates ATP Rankings, led by World No. 1 and 2011 champion Novak Djokovic along with No. 2 and three-time winner Roger Federer (2006, ’09, ’12). Other winners include Rafael Nadal (2005, ’10) and Andy Murray (2008). 

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, Montreal), and two are later in the year (Shanghai, Paris). The 2013 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 2013 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.

EMIRATES ATP RANKING POINTS & PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN                                                     The Emirates 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     € 638,500   313,070   157,570 80,120   41,610  21,935  11,845     

DOUBLES                W          R-UP        SF          QF        R16      R32  
Rank Points            1000       600           360         180       90         0            
Prize Money     € 197,730   96,800      48,560    24,920  12,880  6,800

2013 UPDATE – The first three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments of the season have been won by three of the Big Four – Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic (26 of the past 28 ATP Masters 1000 tournaments have been won by the Big Four going back to 2010 Monte-Carlo):

                    Champion     Finalist
Indian Wells Rafael Nadal Juan Martin del Potro
Miami          Andy Murray David Ferrer
Monte Carlo Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal

2012 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 WINNERS – Last season all nine tournaments were won by a Top 5-ranked player. No. 1 Novak Djokovic and No. 2 Roger Federer each captured three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles while No. 4 Rafael Nadal won two titles and No. 5 David Ferrer broke through to earn his first ATP Masters 1000 crown. In 2011, all nine were won by the Big Four. Here is a look at last year’s finals:

                                 Champion     Finalist
Indian Wells               Roger Federer John Isner
Miami                        Novak Djokovic Andy Murray
Monte Carlo                Rafael Nadal     Novak Djokovic
Madrid                        Roger Federer  Tomas Berdych
Rome                          Rafael Nadal     Novak Djokovic
Toronto                       Novak Djokovic Richard Gasquet
Cincinnati                     Roger Federer   Novak Djokovic
Shanghai                      Novak Djokovic Andy Murray
Paris                            David Ferrer      Jerzy Janowicz

Year Singles Final Doubles Winners
2012 Roger Federer d. Tomas Berdych 36 75 75 Fyrstenberg & Matkowski
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. Federer will try to become the first player to defend his title.
Year Defending champion Finish
2013 Roger Federer ?????
2012 Novak Djokovic Quarter-finals (l. to Tipsarevic)
2011 Rafael Nadal Runner-up (l. to Djokovic)
2010 Roger Federer Runner-up (l. to Nadal)
2009 Andy Murray Quarter-finals (l. to del Potro)
2008 David Nalbandian Third Round (l. to del Potro)
2007 Roger Federer Runner-up (l. to Nalbandian)
2006 Rafael Nadal Quarter-finals (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 16 ’05-12 Monte-Carlo, ’05-07, 09-10, ‘12 Rome, ’10 Madrid, ’08 Hamburg
Roger Federer 6 ’02, ’04-05, ‘07 Hamburg, ’09, ‘12 Madrid
Thomas Muster 6 ’90, ’95-96 Rome, ’92, ’95-96 Monte-Carlo 
Novak Djokovic 4 ’11 Madrid, ’08, ’11 Rome, ’13 Monte-Carlo
Gustavo Kuerten 4 ’99, ‘01 Monte-Carlo, ‘99 Rome, ’00 Hamburg 
Andrei Medvedev 4 ‘94 Monte-Carlo, ’94-95, ‘97 Hamburg 
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 

Winning all nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles is perhaps the most difficult task in professional tennis. Novak Djokovic is the only player to win eight of the nine different ATP Masters 1000 titles. Andre Agassi and Roger Federer follow with seven each different titles. Here is a look at the leading different multiple ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title winners (with total) among active players:
Novak Djokovic (14) 8 ’07 & ’11-12 Miami, ’07, ’11  Montreal, ’08, ’11 Indian Wells, ’08 & ’11 Rome, 
’09 Paris, ’11 Madrid, ’12 Shanghai, ’13 Monte-Carlo
Roger Federer (21)         7       '02 & '04-’05, ‘07 Hamburg, '04-06, ‘12 Indian Wells, '04 & ‘06 Toronto,
‘05-06 Miami, ’05, ’07 & ’09-’10, ‘12 Cincinnati, ’06 & ’09, ‘12 Madrid, ’11 Paris
Rafael Nadal (22) 6 ’05-12 Monte-Carlo, ’05-07, ’09-10, ‘12 Rome, ’05 Montreal & ‘08 Toronto, ’05   & ‘10 Madrid, ‘07, ’09  ’13 Indian Wells, ’08 Hamburg        
Andy Murray (9) 5 ’08  & ’11 Cincinnati, ’08 Madrid, ’09 &‘13 Miami, ’09 Montreal/’10 Toronto, 
’10-11 Shanghai                              
Nikolay Davydenko (3) 3 ’06 Paris, ’08 Miami, ’09 Shanghai

In 2011, 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 

In 2011, 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 Federer (2005-06) and Nadal (2005), who won four in a season. Here is a look at the players who have won at least three ATP Masters 1000 titles in the same year:
2012   Novak Djokovic Miami, Toronto, Shanghai
2012   Roger Federer Indian Wells, Madrid, Cincinnati
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 58 different ATP World Tour Masters 1000 winners since 1990. Of those 58 winners, 32 have won at least two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles. There are 10 former ATP World Tour Masters 1000-champions playing in this year’s tournament (bold):

Player     ATP Masters 1000 Titles

Rafael Nadal 22 David Nalbandian 2
Roger Federer 21 Patrick Rafter 2
Andre Agassi 17 Michael Stich 2
Novak Djokovic 14 Juan Aguilera 2
Pete Sampras 11 Tomas Berdych 1
Andy Murray 9 Guillermo Canas 1
Thomas Muster 8 Roberto Carretero 1
Michael Chang 7 Albert Costa
Boris Becker 5 David Ferrer 1
Jim Courier 5 Sebastien Grosjean 1
Gustavo 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
Richard Krajicek 2             Chris Woodruff 1


                     W-L Titles
Roger Federer 272-79  21
Rafael Nadal 239-48  22
Andre Agassi 209-73    17
Pete Sampras 190-70    11
Novak Djokovic 183-48  14 

Former champions: 4 – Roger Federer (2012, ’09, ‘06), Novak Djokovic (2011), Rafael Nadal (2010, ‘05),
Andy Murray (2008) 
Former finalists: 4–  Tomas Berdych (2012), Rafael Nadal (2009, ‘11), Roger Federer (2010, ’07), Gilles Simon (2008)
Wild cards: 4 – Pablo Andujar, Marius Copil Javier Marti, Tommy Robredo
Qualifiers: 7 –  To be completed Sunday
Youngest in Draw: Bernard Tomic (20 years, 6 months)
Oldest in Draw: Tommy Haas (35 years, 1 month)
Players by Country: Spain 11, France 6, Serbia 3. Seven countries with 2
2013 ATP Tournament Winners in Draw (14 of 17): Rafael Nadal (4), Novak Djokovic (3), David Ferrer (2), Richard Gasquet (2), Andy Murray (2), Marin Cilic, John Isner Kei Nishikori, Milos Raonic, Janko Tipsarevic, Bernard Tomic, Jo Wilfried Tsonga, Horacio Zeballos. Note: Ferrer-Wawrinka in Oeiras Final & Haas-Kohlschreiber in Munich Final 
* Does not include qualifiers


• The 12th edition of the Mutua Madrid Open, the fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament, is being held for the fifth year at the state-of-the art Caja Magica (Magic Box). There have been eight  different winners in the 11 previous tournaments and there has never been a back-to-back winner.
• The 56-player field features 28 of the Top 30 players (19 of Top 20) in the Emirates ATP Rankings.
• Leading the way are the Big Four of Novak Djokovic (2011 winner), three-time champion Roger Federer (2006, ’09, ’12), Andy Murray (2008) and Rafael Nadal (2005, ‘10 champ). This is the second tournament (Indian Wells) of the season the Big Four are playing together. Going back to 2010 Monte-Carlo, the Big Four have won 26 of the past 28 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles.
• Djokovic is the top seed for the second year in a row in Madrid and he’s playing his first tournament since defeating Nadal in the final of ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo two weeks ago. Djokovic comes in with a 26-2 match record on the season and three titles.The Serb opens against the winner of Grigor Dimitrov and wild card Javier Marti. He could meet No. 15 seed Stanislas Wawrinka in the third round.
In the quarter-finals, he could face No. 7 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or No. 12 Milos Raonic, who opens against former World No. 3 Nikolay Davydenko.
• In the second quarter of the draw, No. 3 seed Murray, who won the Madrid title in the final year the tournament was held indoors (on hard), opens against the winner of Thomaz Bellucci and Florian Mayer. In the third round, Murray could meet No. 16 Gilles Simon and it would be a repeat of the ’08 final.  Murray’s possible quarter-final opponents are No. 6/last year’s runner-up Tomas Berdych and No. 9 Janko Tipsarevic, who opens against No. 20-ranked Juan Monaco
• In the bottom half of the draw, No. 4 David Ferrer and No. 5 Rafael Nadal could square off the in the quarter-finals. Ferrer’s first possible seeded opponent is No. 13 Tommy Haas in the third round. Haas has a tough opening round match against No. 18-ranked Andreas Seppi. Nadal, who has reached the Madrid final in three of the past four years, opens against a qualifier or Benoit Paire. Nadal’s first seeded opponent would be countryman No. 11 Nicolas Almagro in the third round. Nadal enters with a 26-2 match record, including 21-2 on clay. The 26-year-old Spaniard has reached the final in his first six tournaments of the season for the first time in his career (4-2 in finals).
• In the final quarter, No. 2 Federer, the reigning champion, plays the winner of Bernard Tomic and Radek Stepanek. Federer is making his first tournament appearance since mid-March when he lost to Nadal in the quarter-finals at ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells. The first seeded opponent Federer could face is No. 14 Kei Nishikori. Federer’s possible seeded quarter-final opponents are No. 8 Richard Gasquet or No. 10 Marin Cilic. Big-serving American John Isner could play Cilic in the second round. 
• A top 4 ranked player has won the Madrid title the past five years since No. 25 David Nalbandian captured the title in 2007 (d. Federer in three sets).

• World No. 1 Bob and Mike Bryan are looking to win their fifth ATP Masters 1000 Madrid title (2006-07, 2010-11).They are playing here for the 12th time with a 22-7 tournament record. They captured their 86th career and their first ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title (d. Huey-Janowicz). They also won in Sydney, the Australian Open and Memphis. The Aussie Open was their sixth and an all-time Grand Slam record 13th major doubles title to break the record they shared with Aussie greats Newcombe-Roche. The only ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title they haven’t won is Shanghai. They are 22-16 lifetime in ATP Masters 1000 finals. On April 11 Bob became the third player to win 800 career matches in doubles with two wins (1R & QF) in Houston. They come in with a career record of 803-256 (26-6 in 2013).

• The No. 2 seeds are the Spanish duo of Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez, who reached the semi- finals at the Australian Open (l. to Haase-Sijsling) and closed last season by winning the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. They come in with a career record of 72-32 (16-8 this year) and have four career titles in 10 finals. They reached the semi-finals at ATP Masters 1000 Miami (l. to Qureshi-Rojer).

• The No. 3 seeds are Robert Lindstedt of Sweden and Daniel Nestor of Canada who are partnering for the third time. In their debut they reached the quarter-finals at ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (l. to Raonic-Tomic) and reached finals at Barcelona (l. to Peya-Soares). Lindstedt has 17 career doubles titles (17-19 in finals), including one ATP Masters 1000 title at Cincinatti (w/Tecau) and is a three-time Wimbledon runner-up with Tecau (2010-2012). The 40-year-old Nestor has 80 career doubles titles (80-52 in finals), 25 ATP Masters 1000 titles (25-18 in finals) and eight Grand Slam doubles titles.

• The No. 4 seeds are Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi of Pakistan and Jean-Julien Rojer of the Netherlands. They captured their first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 team title at Miami (l. to Frystenberg-Matkowski in final). They have a career record of 45-33 (3-2 in finals) and both have eight career doubles titles.

• First round play begins on Sunday at the Mutua Madrid Open with five first round matches, two on Manola Santana, featuring Spaniards Fernando Verdasco, Pablo Andujar and No. 10 seed Marin Cilic

• In the first men’s match on, Belgium’s David Goffin faces Spain’s Fernando Verdasco for the second time (Verdasco leads 1-0). The 22-year-old Goffin comes in with a 7-12 (3-4 on clay) record this year. Best result was reaching the third round at ATP Masters 1000 Miami (l. to Almagro).  Goffin is making his tournament debut and has a career ATP Masters 1000 record of 4-4 (3-3 in 2013). The 29-year-old Verdasco, who reached a career-high ranking of No. 7 in April 2009, comes in with a 3-8 (1-3 on clay) record this year. A two-time quarter-finalist here (2010 l. to Nadal and ‘12 l. to Berdych) is playing here for the 11th  year in a row with a 10-10 tournament record. He has a career ATP Masters 1000 record of 83-81 (0-3 in 2013), best result was reaching the final at Monte-Carlo in 2010 (l. to Nadal).

• In the last match of the day Spanish wild card Pablo Andujar faces No. 10 seed Marin Cilic of Croatia for the second time (Cilic leads 1-0). The 27-year-old Andujar is one of 14 Spaniards in the Top 100 of the Emirates ATP Rankings at No. 98.  He comes in with a 5-13 (4-8 on clay) record this year, and is playing here for the third time and looking for first match win (0-2). He has a career ATP Masters 1000 record of 11-17 (2-3 in 2013), best result was reaching the fourth round at Indian Wells last year (l. to Djokovic). The 24-year-old Cilic is playing here for the sixth time and has a career tournament record of 7-5 and has never lost in the first round here. Despite falling in the second round last week at Munich comes in with a 17-7 (4-2 on clay) record this year and has reached the quarter-finals or better at four events including becoming the first three-time champion at Zagreb (d. Melzer) and reaching the quarter-finals at ATP Masters 1000 Miami (l. to Murray).


Manolo Santana Court

David Goffin (BEL) vs Fernando Verdasco (ESP) Verdasco Leads 1-0
13 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R128 Fernando Verdasco 6-3 3-6 4-6 6-3 6-4

Goffin FastFacts:
2013 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 7-12 (3-4 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: December 7, 1990
Emirates ATP Ranking: 61
Career ATP Masters 1000 (YTD): 4-4 (3-3)
Career Tiebreak Record (YTD): 9-12 (3-4)
Madrid W-L (Best Result-Year): debut

Verdasco FastFacts:
2013 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 3-8 (1-3 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 5
Date of Birth: November 15, 1983
Emirates ATP Ranking: 45
Career ATP Masters 1000 (YTD): 83-81 (0-3)
Career Tiebreak Record (YTD): 124-133 (1-2)
Madrid W-L (Best Result-Year): 10-10 (QF-2010, ’12)

(WC) Pablo Andujar (ESP) vs (10) Marin Cilic (CRO) Cilic Leads 1-0
12 ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (U.S.A.)  Hard R16 Marin Cilic 7-6(4) 6-2

Andujar FastFacts:
2013 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 5-13 (4-8 on clay)
YTD Titles: 0/Career Titles: 2
Date of Birth: January 23, 1986
Emirates ATP Ranking: 92
Career ATP Masters 1000 (YTD): 11-17 (2-3)
Career Tiebreak Record (YTD): 25-27 (2-5)
Madrid W-L (Best Result-Year): 0-2 (1R-2011, ’12)

Cilic FastFacts:
2013 Highlights:
W: Zagreb (d Melzer); QF(3): Chennai (l Paire); Memphis (l Nishikori); ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (l Murray)
YTD W-L: 17-7 (4-2 on clay)
YTD Titles: 1/Career Titles: 9
Date of Birth: September 28, 1988
Emirates ATP Ranking: 11
Career ATP Masters 1000 (YTD): 49-48 (6-3)
Career Tiebreak Record (YTD): 78-87 (8-2)
Madrid W-L (Best Result-Year): 7-5 (3R-2008, ’12)

Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Court

Julien Benneteau (FRA) vs (16) Gilles Simon (FRA) Tied 3-3
07 Lyon (France) Carpet (I) R16 Julien Benneteau 7-5 6-4
08 Casablanca (Morocco) Clay F Gilles Simon 7-5 6-2
09 Marseille (France) Hard (I) QF Gilles Simon 6-2 6-4
09 Lyon (France) Hard (I) QF Gilles Simon 7-6(5) 6-3
12 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R64 Julien Benneteau 7-5 7-6(8) 1-6 3-6 6-2
13 Rotterdam (The Netherlands) Hard (I) SF Julien Benneteau 6-4 7-6(2)
Other meeting:
05 Sunrise CH (U.S.A.) Hard R16 Gilles Simon 6-4 6-3

Bernard Tomic (AUS) vs Radek Stepanek (CZE) Stepanek Leads 1-0
12 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (Spain) Clay            R64 Radek Stepanek 6-2 7-5

Stadium 3

Jeremy Chardy (FRA) vs Horacio Zeballos (ARG) First Meeting

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

Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) vs (WC) Javier Marti (ESP) First Meeting

(WC) Marius Copil (ROU) vs (15) Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) First Meeting

(12) Milos Raonic (CAN) vs Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) First Meeting

Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) vs Florian Mayer (GER) Bellucci Leads 1-0
11 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (Spain) Clay R32 Thomaz Bellucci 6-7(5) 6-3 3-0 ret

(9) Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) vs Juan Monaco (ARG) Tipsarevic Leads 3-2
09 ATP World Team Chp. (Düsseldorf)   Clay RR Juan Monaco 6-4 7-6(8)
11 Hamburg (Germany) Clay R32 Juan Monaco 6-2 6-4
11 SRB vs. ARG WG SF (Serbia) Hard RR Janko Tipsarevic 6-2 ret
12 Stuttgart (Germany) Clay F Janko Tipsarevic 6-4 5-7 6-3
12 ATP Masters 1000 Paris (France) Hard R16 Janko Tipsarevic 6-3 3-6 6-3

Jerzy Janowicz (POL) vs Sam Querrey (USA) First Meeting

Fabio Fognini (ITA) vs Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) First Meeting

(13) Tommy Haas (GER) vs Andreas Seppi (ITA) Tied 1-1
06 Halle (Germany) Grass R16 Tommy Haas 6-1 6-2
11 Halle (Germany) Grass R32 Andreas Seppi 6-2 6-7(6)  6-3
Other meetings:
12 Dallas 2 CH (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Tommy Haas 6-3 6-2

Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) vs (WC) Tommy Robredo (ESP) Baghdatis Leads 3-1
05 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R32 Marcos Baghdatis 7-6(2) 6-4 6-1
07 ATP Masters 1000 Paris (France) Hard QF Marcos Baghdatis 6-4 6-4
09 s-Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands) Grass R32 Marcos Baghdatis 7-5 6-2
10 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells (U.S.A.) Hard R16 Tommy Robredo 7-5 0-6 6-4

Feliciano Lopez (ESP) vs Daniel Gimeno-Traver (ESP) Lopez Leads 1-0
11 Gstaad (Switzerland) Clay R16 Feliciano Lopez 6-3 6-4

(14) Kei Nishikori (JPN) vs Jurgen Melzer (AUT) Melzer Leads 1-0
09 Australian Open (Australia) Hard R128 Jurgen Melzer 7-5 6-2 6-1

Viktor Troicki (SRB) vs Marcel Granollers (ESP) Troicki Leads 3-1
09 Belgrade (Serbia) Clay R16 Viktor Troicki 6-3 6-4
11 Belgrade (Serbia) Clay R16 Marcel Granollers 6-2 6-3
11 ATP World Team Chp. (Düsseldorf)     Clay RR Viktor Troicki 6-4 6-4
12 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass R128 Viktor Troicki 7-5 7-6(5) 3-6 2-6 8-6
Other meetings:
05 Morocco F1 (Oujda) Clay R32 Viktor Troicki 6-1 6-4
08 Bermuda CH (Bermuda) Clay QF Viktor Troicki 6-3 0-6 6-2

Facebook Fans

Related Topics:

Mutua Madrid Open, Madrid

Search News

2015 Getty Images


Get Your ATP
Fan Credential

  • Insider News
  • Daily Results
  • Mobile Alerts
  • Ticket Offers

© Copyright 1994 - 2015 ATP Tour, Inc. All Rights Reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any way or by any means (including photocopying, recording or storing it in any medium by electronic means), without the written permission of ATP Tour, Inc.

Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Enable Mobile