ATP Kuala Lumpur 2015: David Ferrer beats Lopez and is the champion;
David Ferrer (1) won his fifth straight win over Feliciano Lopez (2) this Sunday the title of the Kuala Lumpur Open and thus got its twenty fifth titles as a professional and the fourth in 2015.
While in Shenzhen after rain postponed the semi-finals, Czech Tomas Berdych (1) rolled into Catalan Tommy Robredo (3) key on top but Rodens Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (4) recovered to beat Croatian Marin Cilic (2).
“Ferru” defeated “Feli” in straight sets in just over an hour and a half of play in what would be the first time a Spanish Malay contest has since its creation in 2009. It was a very close game that was defined the improved ability of Alicante when breaking.
In the first set after distributed a “break ‘by hand, one second would come from 5-5 thrown off the balance in his favor 7-5. Then they would evenly equal to 5 in the second when David will strike again crucial to seal his triumph repeating the opening marker: 7-5.
“I feel very happy because I had never played so well in this tournament. I played my best match in a week and the feelings after the elbow injury are much better. Feliciano is a good player but is even better person. I wish the best for the rest of the season. “
Said David Ferrer.
In Shenzhen, Tommy failed to capitalize any of the four break opportunities he had in his encounter with Berdych and that cost him 73 minutes. The first set had no history because not yield the Czech’s serve options and their offense was devastating.
Two ‘breaks’ and the 6-1 that left no doubt of his superiority. The Catalan improved significantly in the second half but failed to capitalize upon their options. Berdych took a ball with less breakage and won 6-4.
Pulled up for the Navy Albacete Guillermo Garcia-Lopez confirmed his positive record on Marin Cilic who now dominates 3-1. The manchego not started well giving the first set 6-1. As his first serve increased effectiveness, ‘Willy’ matched shares. The second set 7-5 and won apply to the return reached a ‘break’ in the third set 6-3 final victory achieved almost met the two and a half hours.