Croatia's Cilic Wins Croatian Open
Firstly in Umag, Croatia, Cilic was the champion after a 6-4, 6-2 final victory over Spanish world number 19 Marcel Granollers, in a strong tournament which included the likes of Fernando Verdasco and Alexandr Dolgopolov.
Cilic became the first Croatian to win his homeland’s open since Goran Prpic in 1990.
He said: “This was a special week and a special victory for me. I played some great tennis.”
The crown was Ferrer’s fifth ATP title of the year and helped him get over his Wimbledon quarterfinal defeat to Andy Murray.
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