Re: Adrian Ungur
San Marino Go&Fun Open (ATP Challenger)
: Adrian Ungur
routed Antonio Veic
in the San Marino final
, triumphing 6-1, 6-0
in a mere 50 minutes. The 29-year-old Romanian claimed his eighth title on the circuit and first in 14 months, since winning on home soil in Arad. Ungur moves to No. 13 on the all-time match wins list with his 240th victory.
"I'm obviously very happy. After the first two matches I was able to find my game and get to the final in both singles and doubles. After I lost the doubles final I found redemption (in singles). Winning here, in San Marino, in front of so many fans is beautiful. I felt at home."
"It 's my best result of the season because so far in 2014 I had only reached a semi-final and I hope it can be a turning point, to go further in the rankings. I went in, just improving, until the final match and in the final match also and I think I played my best tennis, helped a bit by my tired opponent. I dedicate this success to my wife Liana and coach Fabrizio Fanucci, it was a beautiful week, in a tournament with a high quality of services and the organization has nothing to envy the ATP Tour one. "
** Hanescu , Ungur , Copil , Crivoi , Tecau , Mergea **
* Nastase , Tiriac , Segarceanu , Pescariu , Voinea , Pavel , Trifu , Sabau *