Moon Of Liberty Tennis – ATP Tour Update


Tennis – ATP Tour

Dubai Tennis Championship Final – Murray v Verdasco


Murray returns to form in Dubai

After a slow start in which he dropped his first two service games Andy Murray recovered to defeat Fernando Verdasco. He broke bac on both occasions and then a third time to eventually take the first set 6-3. He then took total control breaking twice more and finding his service rhythm to easily take the second set 6-2. It is Murrays’s first tournament win of 2017 and the 45th ATP title of his career, expect more to come.

Report (BBC Sport)

Mexican Open Final – Querry v Nadal


Querry shocks Nadal in Acapulco

America’s Sam Querry scored a surprise victory defeating Rafael Nadal. Querry got off to a quick start and took the first set in just 29 minutes. Nadal repsonded in the second and had five break point chances in the eighth game. However Querry held him off to level at 4-4 with the set eventually going all the way to a tie break. Nadal made key baseline errors allowing Querry to take it 7-3 and claim his first title of 2017 having served 19 aces in a very impressive display.

 Report (Sky Sports)




Tennis Results

ATP Tour

Dubai Tennis Championship FinalAt The Aviation Tennis Center, Dubai, UAE

Andy Murray (GB) Beat Fernando Verdasco (Spain)2-0 (6-3 6-2)

Mexican Open Final – At The Princess Mundo Imperial, Apapulco, Mexico

Sam Querry (USA) Beat Rafael Nadal (Spain) 2-0 (6-3 7-6)



Moon Of Liberty Tennis – ATP Tour



ATP Tour

Martin Kilzan of Slovakia maintained his record of never losing a final beating Uruguay’s Pablo Cuevas in the final of the German open. Breaking his opponent three times he dominated the contest to take his second ATP title of the year

In one of the few USA grass court tournament’s Croatian Ivo Karlovic came out on top to beat Luxembourg’s Gilles Muller in a tight contest that has no break of serve and was decided on a 12-10 final set tie break. It was third time lucky for Karlovic who had been beaten in the final for the previous two years in a row in the Newport, Rhode Island Hall of Fame Championship.

It was an all Spanish affair in Sweden where Albert Ramon Vinolas defeated Fernando Verdasco in straight sets to take the Swedish Open Title. Vinolas has lost his last three to Verdasco but came out on top on this occasion for his first ATP title 6-2, 6-3 with both men looking shaky on their own serve.

German Open Full Report (The Bleacher Report)

Hall of Fame Championship, Rhode Island Full Report (ESPN)

Swedish Open Full Report (Sky Sports)




German Open FinalAt The Am Rothenbaum, Hamburg, Germany

Martin Kilzan (Slovakia) Beat Pablo Cuevas (Uruguay) – 2-0 (6-1, 6-4)

Hall of Fame Championship FinalAt The Newport Casino, Newport, Rhode Island

Ivo Karlovic (Croatia) Beat Gilles Muller (Luxembourg) – 2-1 (7-6, 7-6, 7-6)

Swedish Open FinalAt The Bastad Tennis Center, Bastad, Sweden

Albert Ramos Vinolas (Spain) Beat Fernando Verdasco (Spain) – 2-0 (6-2, 6-3)