• 2015 SINGLES CHAMPION, DAVID FERRER (ESP) & RUNNER-UP, FELICIANO LOPEZ (ESP)

  • 2015 DOUBLES CHAMPIONS, TREAT HUEY (PHI) / HENRI KONTINEN (FIN) & RUNNERS-UP, RAVEN KLAASEN (RSA) / RAJEEV RAM (USA)

  • CENTER COURT

FERRER DEFEATS LOPEZ TO WIN FOURTH TITLE OF THE YEAR
Doubles number two seeds win back-to-back titles


Top seed David Ferrer saved his best form in Kuala Lumpur for the final match as he swept aside a strong challenge from Spanish compatriot Feliciano Lopez, winning 7-5, 7-5 in 93 minutes to pick up his fourth title of the year and 25th career title at the Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur 2015.

In an thrilling all-Spanish finale, the world No.8 Ferrer was in sensational returning form, winning 59% of second serve returns and crafting eleven break opportunities (converted three) in the 93 minute long match. Despite being fobbed off by various bestbettingwebsites.org due to his recent form

The 33-year-old Spaniard collects the winners cheque of USD$170,600 and 250 points as he further cements his No.8 position in the Emirates ATP Race to London standings (460 points behind Nadal and 900 ahead of Gasquet).

“I am very happy. I played good during the match - I served well, I received well and I played consistently. I’m very happy with my game. It’s important for my game to serve well because if I don’t, it will be difficult against Feliciano because he pressures a lot at the net. This year is a good year - I won all my finals,” said Ferrer, who now has a 25-25 overall record in career finals.

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