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Qualifier Safwat Saves 5 MP, Marach Notches 300th Win

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 7:29pm
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Egyptian qualifier Mohamed Safwat saved five match points in the Antalya Open first round against Cem Ilkel, beating the home hope 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(7) on Monday. A second-round clash against Frenchman Adrian Mannarino awaits the 26-year-old Turkish player.

Top seed Dominic Thiem will open his campaign in Antalya against Ramkumar Ramanathan in the second round after the Indian qualifier defeated Rogerio Dutra Silva 6-3, 6-4. Second seed Paolo Lorenzi will face Radu Albot in his opener. The Moldovan beat Joao Sousa 7-6(2), 6-2.

Carlos Berlocq scored an upset win over No. 6 seed Viktor Troicki. The Argentine saved 11 of the 15 break points he faced to win 3-6, 6-2, 6-4. Marcos Baghdatis, a 6-2, 6-1 winner over Nikoloz Basilashvili, and Yuichi Sugita, who beat Matthew Ebden 6-1, 6-3, also advanced.

Oliver Marach scored his 300th doubles match win when he and partner Mate Pavic, the second seeds, beat Victor Estrella Burgos and Andreas Seppi 6-3, 6-2.

Lindstedt Interviews Thiem & More At Antalya Party 2017

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 7:17pm
Robert Lindstedt is your host as he interviews top seed Dominic Thiem, Joao Sousa and Marsel Ilhan at the player party at the inaugural Antalya Open.

Djokovic Ready To Switch It Up In Eastbourne

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 6:38pm

Novak Djokovic hasn’t played an ATP World Tour event on grass leading into Wimbledon since 2010, but he’s ready to try something new in hopes of a big run at the Aegon International in Eastbourne. 

After more than a decade at the top of the sport, Djokovic’s tournament schedule has reflected that of a man who thrives on routine and familiarity. But in his first visit to Eastbourne, the Serbian has already been enjoying the tournament amenities and charm of this seaside town.

“It's great to visit a new place and be part of a new event. We more or less have the same schedule each year, so I don't get to experience that too often,” said Djokovic. “There are a lot of matches and a lot of people coming out to watch and support the players. You can feel the appreciation for tennis that they have here. They love this event, so it's obviously a pleasure to be here.”


Comparatively short on match play compared to recent seasons, Djokovic took a late wild card and believes the on-court time this week can only benefit him. The World No. 4 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, who plays qualifier Vasek Pospisil in his opening round, has never won a grass-court event outside of Wimbledon. He reached the Queen’s Club final in 2008 (l. Nadal) and Halle in 2009 (l.Haas).

"I was fortunate to have lots of matches and lots of success in the first part of the year over the years, especially on the clay courts and always reaching the final stages of Roland Garros. And because of the old schedule, we had a week less (on grass), which was a bit challenging obviously coming from the slowest to the fastest surface in the sport. It's a big shift in only a few days,” said Djokovic. “I knew I wanted to play one this year, but thought Queen's and Halle would be too early for me. That's the reason why I came to Eastbourne. And it's a new place, so it does give me that extra motivation to be here."

Djokovic won’t have Andre Agassi in his camp for Eastbourne, but the 1992 Wimbledon champion will be with him at SW19 for as long as he remains in the tournament. The Serbian believes they got off to a positive start in their coaching arrangement for Roland Garros and is eager to see it continue.

“The eight or nine days that we spent together at Roland Garros were very valuable for me to get to know him and learn from him. We shared a lot of experiences on and off the court. Having him around is not only great for myself, but also for tennis,” said Djokovic. “I can see how much he cares about the game and how much he knows it. It was very interesting to hear his perspective on tennis before and now, how he analyses my game and what he sees with things to improve moving forward. I'm just looking forward to spending as much quality time with Andre as I can.” 

Willis Moves Closer To Another Wimbledon Dream Run

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 6:01pm

Last year’s Wimbledon fairytale story Marcus Willis moved closer to another round of heroics on Monday, advancing into the second round of qualifying on along with eight #NextGenATP players.

The Brit took time off from his tennis coaching job last year to play Wimbledon pre-qualifying and earned a wild card into the qualifying draw. He then qualified for the main draw and won his first-round match before falling to Roger Federer on Centre Court.

This year in Roehampton, Willis produced more memorable moments with a qualifying wild card by scoring a 7-5, 7-5 win over 31st seed Andrej Martin of Slovakia. Next up for him is a fellow British wild card in Liam Broady.

In an all-#NextGenATP battle, Elias Ymer of Sweden defeated Duckhee Lee of South Korea 6-3, 6-2. It was Ymer’s first match on grass since qualifying for the Wimbledon main draw two years ago.

“If I’m playing a top-ranked guy, I really don’t know what to expect. But the (#NextGenATP) guys, I’ve seen (Duckhee) since I was 12, so it’s kind of a family kind of feeling. You relax more,” said Ymer to “It feels like it’s on my level if I’m playing one of the young guys.”


#NextGenATP player Stefanos Tsitsipas scored the upset of the day by defeating second seed Santiago Giraldo of Colombia 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. The 18 year old from Greece will take on Yannick Hanfmann of Germany in the next round.

Fifth seed Andrey Rublev continued his grass-court prowess with a convincing 6-3, 6-3 victory over Joao Domingues of Portugal. The 18-year-old #NextGenATP Russian reached his first ATP World Tour quarter-final last week in Halle.

Other #NextGenATP players to move into the second round of qualifying are 12th seed Stefan Kozlov of the U.S., 19th seed Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan, 21st seed Taylor Fritz of the U.S., 25th seed Quentin Halys of France and Alex de Minaur of Australia.

All second-round qualifying matches will be completed on Tuesday. View full Monday results here.

Young, Anderson Reach Eastbourne Second Round

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 4:21pm

American Donald Young advanced with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win over local hope Kyle Edmund on Monday at the Aegon International to set a second-round clash with compatriot Jared Donaldson. The #NextGenATP player saved one match point at 4-5, 30/40 in the deciding set of a 7-6(5), 3-6, 7-5 victory over eighth seed Diego Schwartzman in two hours and 47 minutes.

Former World No. 10 Kevin Anderson struck 11 aces and won 24 of his 26 first-service points to beat Thomaz Bellucci 6-3, 6-1 for a second-round match against seventh seed Richard Gasquet or #NextGenATP American Frances Tiafoe.

Top seed Novak Djokovic will open his Eastbourne campaign against qualifier Vasek Pospisil, who reached the second round with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Jiri Vesely. Robin Haase, who defeated Nicolas Mahut 6-4, 7-6(4), and Bernard Tomic, who topped Norbert Gombos 7-6(3), 6-3, also advanced.

Cameron Norrie claimed his first victory on the ATP World Tour, a 6-4, 7-6(4) win over Horacio Zeballos. “It feels great… I couldn't be more excited to have won my first match at the ATP level,” said the Brit, who will take on second seed Gael Monfils in the second round. “It was quite nice to know I didn't play my best today. It's nice to know that I can hang with these guys even if I'm not playing my best tennis. I can just build on that.”

"He's nailed it!"

How good is this winner by @cam_nozza? #AegonInternational #hotshot

— British Tennis (@BritishTennis) June 26, 2017

In doubles, top seeds Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan reached the quarter-finals with a 7-5, 6-3 win over Donald Young and Nenad Zimonjic, while Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Matt Reid ousted third seeds and Roland Garros champions Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus 6-3, 3-6, 10-7.

Moet Moment Lopez Wins London Queens 2017 Title

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 11:10am
Feliciano Lopez celebrates winning the Aegon Championships at The Queen's Club in this Moët Moment. Photo: Getty Images

Lopez Returns To Top 30 After London-Queen's Triumph

Mon, 06/26/2017 - 9:49am

Spaniard Feliciano Lopez admitted he was playing “the best tennis of my career” after he captured his biggest title at the prestigious Aegon Championships. He completed a magical run by saving a match point in a thrilling deciding tie-break against Marin Cilic in a 4-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(8) final victory. Read Report & Watch Highlights

Lopez rose seven spots to No. 25 in the Emirates ATP Rankings after he captured his third grass-court crown and the sixth ATP World Tour trophy of his career. Three months shy of his 36th birthday, Lopez is at his highest ranking since 20 February 2017 (No. 28). He was competing at The Queen’s Club in London for the 12th straight year, having made his tournament debut in 2006.

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A number of #NextGenATP players also had standout performances on grass courts last week at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle and also in London.

The 21-year-old Karen Khachanov moved to a career-high No. 34, with a four-place rise, after he reached the Halle semi-finals (l. to Federer). He beat Russian compatriot Andrey Rublev, 19, in the last eight, who also jumped up 14 spots to a career-high No. 92 – his breakthrough into the Top 100. Elsewhere, Daniil Medvedev, 21, moved eight positions to a career-high No. 52 after he advanced to The Queen’s Club quarter-finals (l. to Dimitrov).

Damir Dzumhur clinched his seventh ATP Challenger Tour crown at the Internationaux de Tennis de Blois (d. Heremy) and surged up 11 spots to No. 83, 17 places off his career-high of No. 66 (20 March 2017). The No. 97-ranked Federico Delbonis, rose 12 places after his eighth Challenger trophy at the Internazionali Di Tennis Dell Umbria (d. Cecchinato).

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Fucsovics Caps Challenger Grass Season With Ilkley Crown

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 9:13pm

Aegon Ilkley Trophy (Ilkley, U.K.): There is no stopping Marton Fucsovics in the month of June. The Hungarian claimed his second title in four weeks on Sunday, prevailing on the grass of Ilkley with a dominant 6-1, 6-4 win over qualifier Alex Bolt of Australia.

Also the champion at the clay-court Challenger in Vicenza, Italy, 25-year-old Fucsovics has moved to the doorstep of a Top 100 breakthrough. Now a four-time winner on the ATP Challenger Tour, he has boosted his position in the Emirates ATP Rankings to a career-high World No. 107. The title was extra sweet for Fucsovics, who was awarded a main draw wild card at Wimbledon following the match.

Your 2017 #ATPChallenger grass-court winners...
Yuichi #Sugita (Surbiton)
Dudi #Sela (Nottingham)
Marton #Fucsovics (Ilkley)

— ATP Challenger Tour (@ATPChallenger) June 25, 2017

Fergana Challenger (Fergana, Uzbekistan): Fourth seed Ilya Ivashka was ruthless in streaking to his maiden ATP Challenger Tour title in Fergana. The Belarusian did not drop a set all week, capped with a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Nikola Milojevic on Sunday. With the win, players from Belarus are now an impressive 4-0 in Challenger finals this year. Egor Gerasimov won titles in Saint-Brieuc and Karshi, while Uladzimir Ignatik prevailed in Rennes.

Poprad-Tatry Challenger (Poprad-Tatry, Slovakia): Germany's Cedrik-Marcel Stebe has returned to professional tennis with a vengeance after being sidelined for nearly three years due to injury. The former World No. 71 claimed his first ATP Challenger Tour title since 2013 on Saturday, prevailing on the clay of Poprad-Tatry.

Stebe, who defeated Laslo Djere 6-0, 6-3 in the final, has won 10 of his last 11 matches after reaching the semis as a qualifier in Caltanissetta last week. Having been outside the Top 700 of the Emirates ATP Rankings a year ago, he is projected to rise to No. 167.

Poprad Tatry champion @cedrikstebe reacts to his first #ATPChallenger title in four years. Watch interview:

— ATP Challenger Tour (@ATPChallenger) June 24, 2017

Internationaux de Tennis de Blois (Blois, France): Top seed Damir Dzumhur made quick work of local favourite Calvin Hemery in the Blois final, claiming his seventh ATP Challenger Tour title with a 6-1, 6-3 win in just 68 minutes. It was a strong week for Dzumhur, who stopped the breakout run of Lyon winner Felix Auger-Aliassime in the second round, followed by a straight-set win over fourth seed Henri Laaksonen in the semis. Laaksonen was looking to enter the Top 100 for the first time with a win. Dzumhur rises 11 spots to No. 83 in the Emirates ATP Rankings with his first title in nearly two years.

Internazionali di Tennis dell'Umbria (Todi, Italy): Last year, Argentina boasted a record-tying 20 winners on the ATP Challenger Tour. The South American nation finally has its first in 2017, with Federico Delbonis claiming the title on the clay of Todi, Italy. Delbonis ousted home hope Marco Cecchinato 7-5, 6-1 in front of a packed crowd at the Tennis Club Todi. It was the eighth Challenger crown for the 26 year old, who celebrates a return to the Top 100.

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Fucsovics: "In the beginning of the year, I didn't think I would be close to the Top 100. Now I will be almost inside it. Top 100 has been a goal in all of my career. I want to finally make it.

"It's been a great month and this is a great tournament in Ilkley. I played unbelievable all week. I think my game fits on all the surfaces. I can play well on clay and on grass. I won Wimbledon juniors seven years ago, so I really like the grass."

The lone tournament on next week's slate is the Aspria Tennis Cup in Milan. Defending champion Cecchinato is the top seed, while Todi winner Delbonis looks to go back-to-back. Seeded third, Delbonis lifted the Milan trophy in 2015.

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Soares/Murray Double Their Fun For London Title

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 7:44pm

Third seeds Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares doubled their fun on Sunday at the Aegon Championships, winning their semi-final and the championship matches on the same day to take their second consecutive ATP World Tour doubles title on grass.

“If you see the board that's down in the lounge, it's all the great players that have won the doubles here. All the best teams, the best doubles players. They get an amazing field every year and this year was no different,” said Murray. “I used to watch this tournament growing up all the time. I've played here a lot of times now. I obviously lost the final to Bruno a few years ago. It's a home event, and it has a little bit more on it, doesn't it? I'm really proud to get my name up on the board. It was a great week for us.”

Murray/Soares started the day by finishing out their rain delayed semi-final against Marin Cilic and Marcin Matkowski with a 1-6, 6-3, 10-8 victory. They held set point in the second set on Saturday when showers forced them off the court, and kept the momentum on Sunday by racing to an 8/5 lead in the Match Tie-break before prevailing on their third match point.

The third seeds returned to the court shortly after for a comprehensive 6-2, 6-3 win over French duo Julien Benneteau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin. Murray/Soares didn’t drop serve in the match, winning 78 per cent of their first-serve points and breaking Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin three times to prevail in 61 minutes.

“Playing home events is not easy. You do get a lot of the support when you're on court, which is very nice, but I also know that there is a lot going on off court, so it's not easy for the local guys. It’s no different for Jamie,” said Soares. “But every time we are on court, it's very nice for us. We had the chance to play together in Brazil and it was amazing, and every time we come here it's really nice. Today was a special day, winning such a big tournament and with a great crowd.”


Murray/Soares also lifted the winner’s trophy last week in Stuttgart (d. Marach/Pavic) and this March in Acapulco (d. Isner/Lopez). Their win today makes Murray the first British player to win the doubles title at the Queen’s Club since 1990. Soares picks up his second Queen's Club title after winning in 2014 (w/Peya). They earn 500 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points and split €119,140.

Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin were pairing for the first time this season, but had previously enjoyed success with fellow Frenchman Nicolas Mahut. Benneteau/Mahut won the title this February in Marseille (d. Haase/Inglot), while Mahut/Roger-Vasselin finished runner-up at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event in Madrid (l. Kubot/Melo). Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin pick up 300 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points and split €58,330.

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Lopez Reacts To Winning 2017 Queens Club Crown

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 6:25pm
Feliciano Lopez reveals his emotions after claiming the Aegon Championships title. Watch live tennis at

Cilic Discusses Week At The Queens Club 2017

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 6:24pm
Marin Cilic reflects on a strong week at The Queens Club, where he finished runner-up to Feliciano Lopez. Watch live tennis at

Highlights Lopez Saves MP For Queens Club 2017 Crown

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 6:23pm
Watch highlights from the Aegon Championships final, where Feliciano Lopez got his hands on trophy in thrilling fashion. Watch live tennis at Getty Images photo.

Darcis, Mannarino Advance In Antalya

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 5:00pm

Steve Darcis became the first main draw winner on Sunday at the inaugural Antalya Open, moving into the second round over Denis Istomin 6-4, 6-7(5), 6-4.

The Belgian needed only a break of serve in the first and third sets to advance in two hours and 20 minutes. Next up for Darcis is third seed Fernando Verdasco.


Adrian Mannarino scored the first upset of the tournament with a 7-5, 6-4 win over seventh seed and #NextGenATP Croatian Borna Coric. The Frenchman will play Egyptian qualifier Mohamed Safwat or Turkish wild card Cem Ilkel in the second round.

Safwat, Matthew Ebden of Australia, Kamil Majchrzak of Poland and Ramkumar Ramanathan all won their final-round qualifying matches on Sunday. Ebden will take on Yuichi Sugita in first-round main draw action, while Ramanathan plays Rogerio Dutra Silva and Majchrzak takes on Andreas Seppi.

#NextGenATP player Karen Khachanov withdrew due to a shoulder injury and will be replaced by a lucky loser.

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Kubot/Melo Stay Unbeaten On Grass With Halle Title

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 4:04pm

Top seeds Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo continued their dominance on grass this season by taking the doubles title on Sunday at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, outlasting brothers and home favourites Alexander Zverev and Mischa Zverev 5-7, 6-3, 10-8.

"It's a great feeling. We won our first grass title last week and we're very happy to continue that," said Kubot. "We're enjoying the moment and continuing our winning ways. We've had the best preparation possible for Wimbledon, so we're very happy about that."

Kubot/Melo have won four ATP World Tour doubles title this season. They prevailed at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events in Miami (d. Monroe/Sock) and Madrid (d. Mahut/Roger-Vasselin), in addition to last week’s grass-court event in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. Klaasen/Ram). Their victory in Halle also further extends their lead in the Emirates ATP Doubles Race To London. Kubot/Melo earn 500 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points and a cheque for €119,140.

"I'm really happy to win the title with Lukasz," said Melo. "We've had two really great weeks of preparation for Wimbledon, so now we need to go for it."

The Zverev brothers were seeking their second title together after prevailing this February in Montpellier (d. Martin/Nestor). The day was ultimately a double disappointment for Alexander, who lost in the singles final to Roger Federer. Zverev/Zverev pick up 300 Emirates ATP Doubles Rankings points and split a cheque for €58,330.

A lone break of serve in each set was all that was required to force a Match Tie-break. They remained even until 6/6, when Kubot/Melo grabbed a mini-break and rode that slight momentum to victory in one hour and 24 minutes. Kubot/Melo won 87 per cent of their first serve points (39/45) in the match.

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Lopez Saves MP For Queen's Club Crown

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 3:30pm
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Feliciano Lopez completed a magical run to the Aegon Championships title, saving one match point in a thrilling deciding tie-break. He edged fourth seed Marin Cilic 4-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(8) on Sunday afternoon at The Queen's Club.

"It's the best week of my career, I would say," Lopez told the assembled media following the match. "To win this tournament at this stage of my career, this is so amazing. I was waiting so long to win this title. Queen's is the best. Outside of the Grand Slams, this is one of the most special tournaments. You feel the atmosphere here, all over the years, a tradition that this tournament, the players that have won in the past. For me to be here on Sunday holding the trophy, it's the best feeling I can have."

Runner-up in 2014, Lopez notched his third ATP World Tour title on grass and sixth in total. Sunday was a special day for the elder statesmen on the circuit, with fellow 35-year-old Roger Federer also emerging victorious at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle. With 36-year-old Victor Estrella Burgos also winning in Quito, it marks the first time since 1975 that three players aged 35 & over have won titles in the same season.

Lopez is the third player to save a match point in an ATP World Tour final this year, joining Estrella Burgos, who saved one for the Quito title, and Marrakech champ Borna Coric, who saved five.

"Beating four players who have been in the Top 10 is pretty amazing," Lopez added. "The fact that I have played these guys this week and was able to beat them, it gives me even more confidence. Because sometimes the draw becomes open after some of the top guys lose, but in my case, it was not like this. From the very beginning I had the best players in the draw. So that gives me a lot of energy for the rest of the season."

Unloading his mammoth forehand on the speedy Centre Court grass, Cilic hit hard and flat to Lopez's forehand to draw errors and break to love in the 10th game. With a set in hand, the World No. 7 continued to employ a relentless barrage of power tennis in the second. His service holds were swift and efficient, while Lopez faced a battle to maintain his serve every time he stepped to the line. But the Spaniard would extend the set to a tie-break, where he found a second gear, throwing down a trio of aces and firing aggressive returns at Cilic's feet.

As indefatigable as Cilic seemed in the first two sets, Lopez abruptly turned the momentum to his side  in the decider. With rain clouds hovering ominously overhead, the championship would head to a decisive tie-break. Neither player was broken in the third set and the trend would continue in the tie-break, with no mini-breaks through the first 14 points.

Three years after holding championship point and falling to Grigor Dimitrov in the 2014 final, Lopez would not be denied his date with destiny. He turned aside a match point at 6/5 with a lunging volley from the service line and eventually crossed the finish line on his third opportunity, striking an ace at 8/8 and benefitting from a Cilic missed forehand a point later.

Lopez prevailed after two hours and 32 minutes, firing 19 aces. Cilic launched 22 aces in defeat, turning aside the lone break point faced. He conceded just one break of serve for the entire tournament (61 of 62 service games won).

"It was a very close match," Lopez continued. "This is a match I expected, to be honest. Playing against Marin on grass, I knew it was going to be like this. It's only two, three points at the end that makes the difference... The third set was very equal. I knew it was going to be another tie-break. Then it's one or two points. I was just trying to fight. I couldn't do anything. Those moments where you are so tight, you just fight, you try to put the ball in, that's it. Try to serve the best that you can do."

It was sweet revenge for Lopez, who fell to Cilic in straight sets at Roland Garros just three weeks ago. The Croatian still leads the FedEx ATP Head2Head series 5-3, despite suffering his first defeat to the Spaniard since 2010. It was deja vu for the pair at the Aegon Championships, with both previous meetings also resulting in a comeback from 6-4 down. Cilic prevailed in the 2013 second round and 2016 first round.

In claiming the title, Lopez earns €395,690 in prize money and 500 Emirates ATP Rankings points, while Cilic brings home €193,985 and 300 points. Cilic was bidding for his second Queen's Club title, having lifted the trophy in 2012, falling to 17-12 in tour-level finals.

"Looking at the whole week, it was great tennis for me," said Cilic. "I have to say maybe one of the best grass-court tournaments for me overall throughout my career, looking at the consistency of my game. I lost only once my serve during the whole week, which is amazing, considering last week I didn't lose serve in Netherlands, too. That makes it even better.

"Looking at my game, I'm feeling great on the court, moving well, playing well. I was even today against Feliciano making more pressure on him, on his service games than what he did on mine. That's another plus. So overall, I'm feeling really satisfied and I think I need just now a few days to recover mentally. Then I can continue with good form."

Highlights Federer Beats Zverev For Ninth Halle Title 2017

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 3:17pm
Watch highlights of Roger Federer beating Alexander Zverev for his ninth Gerry Weber Open title in Halle. Watch live tennis at Getty Images photo.

Cilic Curls Forehand Hot Shot Queens Club Final 2017

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 3:01pm
Watch as Marin Cilic claims Queens Club final hot shot honours with this curling forehand winner. Watch live tennis at Getty Images photo.

Federer On Cloud Nine After Ninth Halle Title 2017

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 2:28pm
Roger Federer talks about his journey to his ninth Gerry Weber Open title in Halle. Watch live tennis at

Cilic Reflects On Reaching Third Queens Club Final

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 2:05pm
Marin Cilic looks ahead to The Queens Club final against Feliciano Lopez. Watch live tennis at

Federer Hot Shot Mesmerises In Halle Final 2017

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 1:16pm
Watch Roger Federer perfectly execute this point against Alexander Zverev in the Gerry Weber Open final on Sunday in Halle. Watch live tennis at Getty Images photo.