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Sam Querrey won the quickest final of the year against Lithuanian qualifier Ricardas Berankis to win the Farmer’s Classic in Los Angeles for the third time.
The American second seed was in impressive form all week and continued that form in the final by sweeping past first-time finalist Berankis 6-0, 6-2.
The 24 year-old ripped through the first nine games of the final before Berankis – making a comeback after a pelvis stress fracture in 2011 - got on the board and made the second set more competitive.
However it was not enough to stop Querrey who sealed his 7th career singles title after just 51 minutes of play.
Stat Attack – Querrey
Stat Attack – Berankis
Robin Haase fought back from a set down to defeat top seed Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-7(2), 6-3, 6-2 and successfully retain his title at the bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel.
German Kohlschreiber dominated the opening set forcing six break points on the Haase serve. Although he was unable to force a break of serve Kohlschreiber dominated the tie-break to move ahead before the heavens opened.
After the rain delay Haase fought back impressively. The Dutch No.1 raised his game to outhit Kohlschreiber in the final two sets to win his second career singles title after two hours and eight minutes.
Stat Attack – Haase
Stat Attack – Kohlschreiber
Bojana Jovanovski claimed the first WTA singles title of her career at the Baku Cup with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over American Julia Cohen in a battle of first-time finalists.
Serbian No.3 Jovanovski had fought through a marathon quarter final against compatriot Aleksandra Krunic but was in top form in the final.
The big hitting 20 year-old raced away from 2-2 in the first set to see off Cohen in an hour and 34 minutes.
Stat Attack – Jovanovski
Stat Attack – Cohen
6 – Nadal
No.1 (8) Murray (Brisbane), Ferrer (Auckland, Buenos Aires), Djokovic (Australian Open, Dubai, Monte Carlo), Cilic (Zagreb), Nadal (Sao Paulo), Raonic (San Jose)No.2 (7) Gasquet (Doha), Tipsarevic (Chennai), Del Potro (Rotterdam), Nadal (Acapulco, Barcelona), Murray (Miami), Wawrinka (Oeiras)No.3 (3) Gasquet (Montpellier), Tsonga (Marseille), Haas (Munich)No.5 (5) Nishikori (Memphis), Nadal (Indian Wells, Madrid, Rome), Isner (Houston)Unseeded (4) Tomic (Sydney), Zeballos (Vina Del Mar), Robredo (Casablanca), Rosol (Bucharest)Qualifier (1) Gulbis (Delray Beach)
109 - Gulbis (Delray Beach)
25 – Nadal (Acapulco)
83 – Gulbis (Delray Beach)*inc qualifying
17 – Djokovic
36 – Nadal
338 - Nicolas Almagro
64 – Australian Open 4th round Djokovic bt Wawrinka 1-6 7-5 6-4 6-7(5) 12-10
12 games - 6-0, 6-0 on two occasions
5 – Tsonga bt Tomic 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(10)(Marseille 2nd round)1 – Tsonga bt Berdych 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-4(Marseille F, 1 mp 5-6 second set tie-break)1 - Murray bt Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1)(Miami Final, 1mp 5-6 third set)
Tomic (Sydney) 20 years, 2 months and 22 days
Haas (Munich) 35 years, 1 month & 2 days
5 - S.Williams
No.1 (12) Li (Shenzhen), Radwanska (Auckland, Sydney), Azarenka (Australian Open, Doha), Jankovic (Bogata), Errani (Acapulco), S.Williams (Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome), Sharapova (Stuttgart)No.2 (3) Kirilenko (Pattaya City), Sharapova (Indian Wells), Vinci (Katowice)No.3 (2) S.Williams (Brisbane), Pavlyuchenkova (Oeiras)No.5 (1) Pavlyuchenkova (Monterrey)No.6 (2) Kvitova (Dubai), Schiavone (Marrakech)Unseeded (5) Vesnina (Hobart), Barthel (Paris Indoors), Erakovic (Memphis), Niculescu (Florianopolis), Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar)
127 – Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar)
14 – S.Williams (Rome)
50 – Sharapova (Stuttgart)
24 – S.Williams
227 - S.Williams
43 – Australian Open 1st round - Cornet bt Erakovic 7-5, 6-7(3), 10-8 Australian Open 1st round - Muguruza bt Rybarikova 4-6, 6-1, 14-12
12 games - 6-0, 6-0 on nine occasions
1 – Erakovic bt Beck 4-6, 7-6(6), 6-4(Memphis 1st round, 1 mp 5-6 second set tie-break)3 - Niculescu bt Medina Garrigues 5-7, 7-6(7), 6-1(Florianopolis 1st round, 3 mps 3-6 second set tie-break)
Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar) 20 yrs, 11 months & 11 days
Schiavone (Marrakech) 32 yrs, 10 months & 5 days
Statistics sourced with the help of the ATP and WTA.