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Facts & Figures

Monaco
Monaco Misses Out - Juan Monaco was looking to reclaim the Kitzbuhel title he had won in 2007, with victory over Potito Starace. He dropped to an 8-10 finals record.
 Haase
Haase Reign Ends - Robin Haase’s winning run in Kitzbuhel stopped at 12 matches as he was beaten in the semi-finals by Marcel Granollers. The Dutchman had won the title in 2011 (d. Montanes) and 2012 (d. Kohlschreiber).
Kohlschreiber 
Top Seed Stunned - One year on from finishing runner-up to Robin Haase, top seed Philipp Kohlschreiber was beaten in his opening second round match, losing to Leonardo Mayer in straight sets.

Draws & Order of Play

Marcel Granollers

Granollers Fights For Win 
Marcel Granollers overcame a disastrous start to win his fourth ATP World Tour title at the bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel. The Spaniard rallied to defeat second seed Juan Monaco 0-6, 7-6(3), 6-4. "Today I was half on my way to the airport, but I kept on fighting and started to play better in the middle of the second set," said Granollers.

Draws and Order of Play

Singles
Doubles
Qualifying Singles (pdf)

Special Notes

From 1968-2008 the Kitzbühel membership was under different ownership.

Past Champions
Year Draws Singles Doubles
2013 S|D Marcel Granollers Martin Emmrich / Christopher Kas
2012 S|D Robin Haase Frantisek Cermak / Julian Knowle
2011 S|D Robin Haase Daniele Bracciali / Santiago Gonzalez
2008 S|D Juan Martin Del Potro James Cerretani / Victor Hanescu
2007 S|D Juan Monaco Luis Horna / Potito Starace
2006 S|D Agustin Calleri Philipp Kohlschreiber / Stefan Koubek
2005 S|D Gaston Gaudio Leos Friedl / Andrei Pavel
2004 S|D Nicolas Massu Frantisek Cermak / Leos Friedl
2003 S|D Guillermo Coria Martin Damm / Cyril Suk
2002 S|D Alex Corretja Robbie Koenig / Thomas Shimada
2001 S|D Nicolas Lapentti Alex Corretja / Luis Lobo
2000 S|D Alex Corretja Pablo Albano / Cyril Suk
1999 S|D Albert Costa Chris Haggard / Peter Nyborg
1998 S|D Albert Costa Tom Kempers / Daniel Orsanic
1997 S|D Filip Dewulf Wayne Arthurs / Richard Fromberg
1996 S|D Alberto Berasategui Libor Pimek / Byron Talbot
1995 S|D Albert Costa Francisco Montana / Greg Van Emburgh
1994 S|D Goran Ivanisevic David Adams / Andrei Olhovskiy
1993 S|D Thomas Muster Juan Garat / Roberto Saad
1992 S|D Pete Sampras Sergio Casal / Emilio Sanchez
1991 S|D Karel Novacek Tomas Carbonell / Francisco Roig
1990 S|D Horacio De La Pena Javier Sanchez / Eric Winogradsky
1989 S|D Emilio Sanchez Emilio Sanchez / Javier Sanchez
1988 S|D Kent Carlsson Sergio Casal / Emilio Sanchez
1987 S|D Emilio Sanchez Sergio Casal / Emilio Sanchez
1986 S|D Miloslav Mecir Sr. Heinz Gunthardt / Tomas Smid
1985 S|D Pavel Slozil Sergio Casal / Emilio Sanchez
1984 S|D Jose Higueras Henri Leconte / Pascal Portes
1983 S|D Guillermo Vilas Wojtek Fibak / Pavel Slozil
1982 S|D Guillermo Vilas Mark Edmondson / Kim Warwick
1981 S|D John Fitzgerald David Carter / Paul Kronk
1980 S|D Guillermo Vilas Klaus Eberhard / Ulrich Marten
1979 S|D Vitas Gerulaitis Zeljko Franulovic / Heinz Gunthardt
1978 S|D Chris Lewis (NZL) Mike Fishbach / Chris Lewis (NZL)
1977 S|D Guillermo Vilas Buster C. Mottram / Roger Taylor
1976 S|D Manuel Orantes Jiri Hrebec / Jan Kodes
1975 S|D Adriano Panatta Paolo Bertolucci / Adriano Panatta
1974 S|D Balazs Taroczy Ivan Molina / Jairo Velasco Sr
1973 S|D Raul Ramirez Jim McManus / Raul Ramirez
1972 S|D Colin Dibley Jurgen Fassbender / Hans-Jurgen Pohmann
1970 S|D Zeljko Franulovic John Alexander / Phil Dent
Singles Players
# Player W-L Best Finish
1 Philipp Kohlschreiber (GER) 8-6 F-'12
2 Juan Monaco (ARG) 11-4 W-'07
3 Fernando Verdasco (ESP) 16-6 F-'05
4 Jurgen Melzer (AUT) 8-8 F-'08
5 Carlos Berlocq (ARG) 0-1 R32-'13
6 Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) 0-0  
7 Albert Montanes (ESP) 7-4 F-'11
8 Marcel Granollers (ESP) 7-1 W-'13
Doubles Players
# Player W-L Best Finish
1 Cermak / Dlouhy 3-1 F-'13
2 Bracciali / Polasek 0-1 R16-'13
3 Marach / Verdasco 2-1 S-'13
4 Emmrich / Kas 4-0 W-'13
Points/Prize Money (Singles)
  Points Prize €
 W 250 77,315
 F 150 40,720
 SF 90 22,060
 QF 45 12,565
 R16 20 7,405
 R28 0 4,385
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 Q 12  
 Q3 6 710
 Q2 0 340
 Q1 0 0
Points/Prize Money (Doubles)
  Points Prize €
 W 250 23,500
 F 150 12,350
 SF 90 6,690
 QF 45 3,830
 R16 2,240
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