Showing posts with label Marcel Granollers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marcel Granollers. Show all posts

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Video: Goffin Hot Shot Barcelona 2018

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Video: Goffin Hot Shot Barcelona 2018

Watch as David Goffin crushes a backhand down the line against Marcel Granollers at the 2018 Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell.




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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Tennis Video: Murray/Soares hot shot Nitto ATP Finals 2017 Round Robin

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Tennis Video: Murray/Soares hot shot Nitto ATP Finals 2017 Round Robin

Watch this Hot Shot as Bruno Soares and Jamie Murray overpower Ivan Dodig and Marcel Granollers on Wednesday at the Nitto ATP Finals.




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Friday, November 17, 2017

Tennis Highlights: Kubot/Melo Win To Clinch Top Spot Nitto ATP Finals 2017 Round Robin

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Tennis Highlights: Kubot/Melo Win To Clinch Top Spot Nitto ATP Finals 2017 Round Robin

Watch highlights as Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo beat Ivan Dodig and Marcel Granollers to clinch the year-end No. 1 ATP Doubles Team Ranking.



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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Video Doubles Highlights: Kubot/Melo Win Third Masters 1000 Title Of 2017 In Paris

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Video Doubles Highlights: Kubot/Melo Win Third Masters 1000 Title Of 2017 In Paris

Watch highlights as Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo win their third Masters 1000 titles of the season by beating Ivan Dodig and Marcel Granollers in the final of the Rolex Paris Masters.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Photos: Nadal vs Granollers | Rome 2012 Third Round

Photos: Nadal vs Granollers | Rome 2012 Third Round

Check out the following tennis photos of Rafael Nadal and Marcel Granollers in their third round match during day four of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia 2012 at the Foro Italico Tennis Centre ... Rafa crushed his fellow spaniard 61 61...

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Nadal into 4th round at Indian Wells

Nadal into 4th round at Indian Wells

Rafael Nadal swept past Marcel Granollers 6-1 6-4 to reach the fourth round at Indian Wells.

Nadal dominated Granollers with his superb baseline game but lost a bit of momentum in the second set before sealing victory in one hours 25 minutes with an ace on his fifth match point.

Rafa served out the match in a deuce game, then drew cheers from female fans when removed his shirt and toweled off courtside before donning a warm-up jacket.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Videos: Valencia Final Interviews - Granollers and Monaco

Videos: Valencia Final Interviews - Granollers and Monaco

Watch Marcel Granollers interview after his biggest career win after clinching the title at the Valencia Open 500.... And Juan Monaco talking about on his defeat...


Video: Valencia 2011 Final Highlights - Granollers Beats Monaco For Valencia 2011 Crown

Video: Valencia 2011 Final Highlights - Granollers Beats Monaco For Valencia 2011 Crown

Watching highlights of Sunday's final between Marcel Granollers and Juan Monaco at the Valencia Open 500.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Granollers beats Monaco to win Valencia Open title

Granollers beats Monaco to win Valencia Open title

Marcel Granollers defeated Juan Monaco 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (3) in the Valencia Open final on Sunday for his third career win.

Granollers dominated the first set between the two unseeded players with his serve-and-volley game. Monaco rallied to win the second set and then saved three championship points in the decider to force a tiebreaker.

Granollers claimed his second title of the year when the Argentine hit wide.

The 34th-ranked Granollers lost to fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in last year’s final.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Granollers beats Del Potro to make Valencia final

Granollers beats Del Potro to make Valencia final

Marcel Granollers beat Juan Martin del Potro 6-4, 7-6 to advance to his second consecutive final at the Valencia Open.

Del Potro started well on the indoor hard-court, but Granollers took control through his serve-and-volley game to win the first set.

In the second, Granollers saved a set point to force a tiebreaker where he won six straight points to rally from 4-1 down to seal his place in the final.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Del Potro vs Granollers in Valencia Open 2011 semifinal

Del Potro vs Granollers in Valencia Open 2011 semifinal

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Gael Monfils suffered a 7-6 3-6 6-4 loss to Marcel Granollers in the Valencia Open 500 quarter-finals.

With this loss Monfils needs to win next week's ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament in Paris to qualify to the ATP Finals in London.

Granollers led Monfils 4-1 in the first set but the Frencman got back into the match after winning four straight games.

The spaniard saved three set points in the tie-break, before closing out the the set on his fifth set point opportunity.

Videos: Valencia 2011 Interviews - Querrey, Ferrero and Granollers

Videos: Valencia 2011 Interviews - Querrey, Ferrero and Granollers

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Marcel Granollers reflects on his hard-fought second-round win over Marin Cilic on Thursday in Valencia... On his part, Sam Querrey discusses his "huge" second-round win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Juan Carlos Ferrero talks about his battling second-round win over Alex Bogomolov Jr.


Sunday, July 31, 2011

Marcel Granollers Wins Gstaad 2011 title after beating Verdasco

Marcel Granollers Wins Gstaad 2011 title after beating Verdasco

Marcel Granollers defeated Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 to win the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad 2011 title.

"Last week was bad for me because I felt a lot of pain in my arm, which I had felt since Wimbledon," revealed Granollers. "I went home and rested for five days without any practice, and I came here on Sunday and started to feel better and better. Now I have won the tournament and so it’s amazing.

"It’s very important for me because I won my first tournament in 2008, which was a little unexpected, and three years later I won here. So there is a lot of work behind today and I feel amazing."

Granollers dominate the first set, and converting one of his five break point chances to take the early lead.

Verdasco got back into the game after breaking his opponent at the start of the second set and kept the differene to to level the match.

Granollers broke in the sixth game of the decider and took the win and the title after two hours and 24 minutes of play.

"It was a very tough match because he’s an incredible player," said Granollers. "He’s won a lot of tournaments and it was very tough for me today. All week I served very well, especially today. I was very solid from the baseline and today I played the first set very aggressively."

Reflecting on the match, Verdasco said, "It was close, and when a match is like that, one or two points decide it. He played better than me on the important points and he served very good. He really deserved this victory, after having the pain in his arm the past few weeks and he didn’t even know if he would be able to play here. He played unbelievable all week, beat many good players, and today it was really tough just to return his serve.

"Of course it’s better to lose in the final than before the final," added the Madrid native. "But you always want to win, so it’s not easy to lose the final. I think I played well the whole week; it’s tough to play here with altitude. I just need to try not to let the negative part of losing the final get me down, and try to take the positive part and get the confidence and motivation for the upcoming tournaments.”



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