2007 ATP Masters Series

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The ATP Masters Series is part of the elite tour for professional tennis organised by the ATP called the ATP Tour.

The table below shows the 2007 ATP Masters Series schedule.

The tournaments in the ATP Masters Series were mandatory for the top players, but there is no ranking for Masters events only. Masters events count for more ranking points than International Series events, but fewer than Grand Slam events.

Starting Tournament Winner Runner-up Singles semi finalists Singles Quarter finalists
5 March Pacific Life Open
United States Indian Wells, United States
Spain Rafael Nadal
6-2, 7-5
Serbia Novak Djokovic United Kingdom Andy Murray
United States Andy Roddick
Spain David Ferrer
Germany Tommy Haas
Croatia Ivan Ljubičić
Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela
Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes
6-4, 6-4
Israel J Erlich / Israel A Ram
19 March Sony Ericsson Open
United States Key Biscayne, United States
Serbia Novak Djokovic
6-3, 6-2, 6-4
Argentina Guillermo Cañas United Kingdom Andy Murray
Croatia Ivan Ljubičić
Spain Tommy Robredo
Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela
United States Andy Roddick
Spain Rafael Nadal
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
7-6(7), 3-6, 10-7
Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes
16 April Masters Series Monte Carlo
Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Spain Rafael Nadal
6-4, 6-4
Switzerland Roger Federer Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
Spain David Ferrer
France Richard Gasquet
Sweden Robin Söderling
Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
6-2, 6-1
France J Benneteau / France R Gasquet
7 May Internazionali d'Italia
Italy Rome, Italy
Spain Rafael Nadal
6-2, 6-2
Chile Fernando González Italy Filippo Volandri
Russia Nikolay Davydenko
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych
Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela
Spain Tommy Robredo
Serbia Novak Djokovic
France F Santoro / Serbia N Zimonjić
6-4, 6-7(4), 10-7
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
14 May Masters Series Hamburg
Germany Hamburg, Germany
Switzerland Roger Federer
2-6, 6-2, 6-0
Spain Rafael Nadal Spain Carlos Moyà
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Spain David Ferrer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Spain Nicolás Almagro
Chile Fernando González
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
6-3, 6-4
Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett
6 August Rogers Masters
Canada Montreal, Canada
Serbia Novak Djokovic
7-6(2), 2-6, 7-6(2)
Switzerland Roger Federer Czech Republic Radek Štěpánek
Spain Rafael Nadal
Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Russia Nikolay Davydenko
United States Andy Roddick
Canada Frank Dancevic
India M Bhupati / Czech Republic P Vízner
6-4, 6-4
Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett
13 August Cincinnati Masters
United States Cincinnati, United States
Switzerland Roger Federer
6-1, 6-4
United States James Blake Australia Lleyton Hewitt
Russia Nikolay Davydenko
Spain Nicolás Almagro
Spain Carlos Moyá
Spain David Ferrer
United States Sam Querrey
Israel J Erlich / Israel A Ram
6-4, 3-6, 13-11
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
15 October Mutua Madrileña Masters
Spain Madrid, Spain
Argentina David Nalbandian
1-6, 6-3, 6-3
Switzerland Roger Federer Germany Nicolas Kiefer
Serbia Novak Djokovic
Spain Feliciano López
Chile Fernando González
Croatia Mario Ančić
Spain Rafael Nadal
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
6-3, 7-6(4)
Poland M Fyrstenberg / Poland M Matkowski
29 October BNP Paribas Masters
France Paris, France
Argentina David Nalbandian
6-4, 6-0
Spain Rafael Nadal France Richard Gasquet
Cyprus Marcos Baghdatis
Spain David Ferrer
United Kingdom Andy Murray
Spain Tommy Robredo
Russia Mikhail Youzhny
United States B Bryan / United States M Bryan
6-3, 7-6(4)
Canada D Nestor / Serbia N Zimonjić
5 November 2007 Tennis Masters Cup
China Shanghai, China
Switzerland Roger Federer
6-2, 6-3, 6-2
Spain David Ferrer Spain Rafael Nadal
United States Andy Roddick
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M Knowles / Canada D Nestor
6-2, 6-3
Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle

Tournament details[edit]

Indian Wells[edit]

Tournament name Pacific Life Open
Dates 9 March – 18 March
Surface Hardcourt
Location Indian Wells, California, United States
Prize money $3,285,000
Singles Rafael Nadal d. Novak Djokovic 6–2, 7–5 (96 players)
Doubles M Damm / L Paes d. J Erlich / A Ram, 6–4, 6–4 (32 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Fourth round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
 Spain C Moyà 6 2 3  
14  Spain D Ferrer 1 6 6     14  Spain D Ferrer 3 4  
12  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6   12  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6  
 France J Benneteau 3 1       12  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6  
4  Russia N Davydenko 63 4       13  United Kingdom A Murray 2 3  
13  United Kingdom A Murray 7 6     13  United Kingdom A Murray 3 6 7
9  Germany T Haas 6 6   9  Germany T Haas 6 3 68  
5  Chile F González 3 2       12  Serbia N Djokovic 2 5
8  Croatia I Ljubičić 2 6 6       2  Spain R Nadal 6 7
10  Argentina D Nalbandian 6 4 2     8  Croatia I Ljubičić 67 68  
15  France R Gasquet 63 3   3  United States A Roddick 7 7  
3  United States A Roddick 7 6       3  United States A Roddick 4 3
30  Argentina JI Chela 6 6       2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
WC  United States M Russell 4 4     30  Argentina JI Chela 5 5
22  Spain JC Ferrero 1 1   2  Spain R Nadal 7 7  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Notes:

  • Three-time winner Roger Federer lost to Guillermo Cañas in the second round after receiving a bye, ending a 41-match win streak. Cañas had originally been knocked out in qualifying by Alexander Waske, but due to an injury to one of the seeds he entered the main draw as a lucky loser.[1] Cañas then lost his third-round match to Carlos Moyà.

Doubles[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                       
  1  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6  
8  United Kingdom T Henman / A Murray 3 4  
  1  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 2 7 10  
  5  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 6 65 12  
4  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 3 64
  5  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 6 7  
    5  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 6 6
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 4 4
  7  Austria J Knowle / J Melzer 3 7 11  
   France J Benneteau / R Gasquet 6 65 9  
  7  Austria J Knowle / J Melzer 2 5
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 6 7  
6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 7 6
     Sweden R Lindstedt / Finland J Nieminen 65 4  

Notes

  • Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, 2006 finalist, No. 2 seed and unbeaten for 12 games on the tour, lost in straight sets to the unseeded pair of Lindstedt (world No. 34) and Nieminen (world No. 73) in the first round.

Key Biscayne[edit]

Tournament name Sony Ericsson Open
Dates 22 March – 1 April
Surface Hardcourt
Location Key Biscayne, Florida, United States
Prize money $3,450,000
Singles Novak Djokovic d. Guillermo Cañas 6–3, 6–2, 6–4 (96 players)
Doubles B Bryan / M Bryan d. M Damm / L Paes 7–6 (9–7), 3–6, 10–7 (32 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Fourth round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 62 6 65  
Q  Argentina G Cañas 7 2 7     Q  Argentina G Cañas 7 6  
24  Czech Republic R Štěpánek 64 7 63   6  Spain T Robredo 65 1  
6  Spain T Robredo 7 5 7       Q  Argentina G Cañas 7 6  
Q  United States A Delic 3 2       7  Croatia I Ljubičić 5 2  
23  Argentina JI Chela 6 6     23  Argentina JI Chela 3 5
20  Finland J Nieminen 64 4   7  Croatia I Ljubičić 6 7  
7  Croatia I Ljubičić 7 6       Q  Argentina G Cañas 3 2 4
 France P-H Mathieu 6 5 3       10  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6 6
12  United Kingdom A Murray 2 7 6     12  United Kingdom A Murray 5  
13  Spain D Ferrer 5 3   3  United States A Roddick 3 r  
3  United States A Roddick 7 6       12  United Kingdom A Murray 1 0
Q  Spain F López 0 3       10  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6  
10  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6     10  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6
 Argentina JM Del Potro 0 4   2  Spain R Nadal 3 4  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                       
  1  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 65 3  
6  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 7 6  
  6  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 6 3 12  
     France A Clément / M Llodra 4 6 10  
3  The Bahamas M Knowles / Canada D Nestor 6 1 5
     France A Clément / M Llodra 3 6 10  
    6  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 67 6 7
  2  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 7 3 10
  5  France F Santoro / Serbia N Zimonjić 4 6 12  
4  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 6 3 10  
  5  France F Santoro / Serbia N Zimonjić 5 2
  2  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 7 6  
   Romania A Pavel / Germany A Waske 64 7 8
  2  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 7 66 10  

Monte Carlo[edit]

Tournament name Masters Series Monte Carlo
Dates 16 April – 22 April
Surface Clay
Location Monte Carlo, Monaco
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles Rafael Nadal d. Roger Federer 6-4, 6-4 (56 players)
Doubles B Bryan / M Bryan d. J Benneteau / R Gasquet 6-2, 6-1 (24 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
 South Korea Lee H-T 4 3     1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
12  Spain D Ferrer 7 6   12  Spain D Ferrer 4 0  
6  Serbia N Djokovic 5 4       1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
 Russia I Andreev 3 3       16  Spain JC Ferrero 3 4  
16  Spain JC Ferrero 6 6     16  Spain JC Ferrero 5 7 6
11  France R Gasquet 6 65 7   11  France R Gasquet 7 5 2  
7  Croatia I Ljubičić 3 7 5       1  Switzerland R Federer 4 4
5  Spain T Robredo 6 3 2       2  Spain R Nadal 6 6
10  Czech Republic T Berdych 1 6 6     10  Czech Republic T Berdych 5 6 6  
 Belarus M Mirnyi 65 2    Sweden R Söderling 7 3 0  
 Sweden R Söderling 7 6       10  Czech Republic T Berdych 0 5
LL  Spain G García-López 7 64 64       2  Spain R Nadal 6 7  
Q  Germany P Kohlschreiber 5 7 7     Q  Germany P Kohlschreiber 2 3
 Belgium K Vliegen 1 1   2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 6  
   United States A Fisher / J Thomas 0 2  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 7 6  
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 62 2  
   Chile F González / Croatia I Ljubičić 4 6 10
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 6 4 12  
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 6
     France J Benneteau / R Gasquet 2 1
  7  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 6 6  
   Finland J Nieminen / Romania A Pavel 3 4  
  7  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 1 4
     France J Benneteau / R Gasquet 6 6  
   France J Benneteau / R Gasquet 1 6 10
  2  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 6 3 5  

Rome[edit]

Tournament name Internazionali BNL d'Italia
Dates 7 May – 13 May
Surface Clay
Location Rome, Italy
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles Rafael Nadal d. Fernando González 6–2, 6–2 (56 players)
Doubles F Santoro / N Zimonjić d. B Bryan / M Bryan 6–4 6–7 (4–7) 10–7 (24 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 2 4  
WC  Italy F Volandri 6 6     WC  Italy F Volandri 6 6  
12  Czech Republic T Berdych 6 6   12  Czech Republic T Berdych 2 3  
 Argentina J Acasuso 1 2       WC  Italy F Volandri 1 2  
3  United States A Roddick 0 4       6  Chile F González 6 6  
 Argentina JI Chela 6 6      Argentina JI Chela 3 4
Q  Chile N Massú 7 3 4   6  Chile F González 6 6  
6  Chile F González 64 6 6       6  Chile F González 2 2
7  Spain T Robredo 6 6       2  Spain R Nadal 6 6
 France G Simon 2 2     7  Spain T Robredo 6 3 3  
WC  Italy P Starace 6 2 5   4  Russia N Davydenko 1 6 6  
4  Russia N Davydenko 4 6 7       4  Russia N Davydenko 63 7 4
5  Serbia N Djokovic 6 7       2  Spain R Nadal 7 68 6  
 Cyprus M Baghdatis 2 5     5  Serbia N Djokovic 2 3
15  Russia M Youzhny 2 2   2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 6  
   Spain Moyà / Nadal 3 3  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 5 10  
  4  The Bahamas Knowles / Canada Nestor 4 7 3  
4  The Bahamas Knowles / Canada Nestor 6 7
  5  Australia Hanley / Zimbabwe Ullyett 3 64  
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 4 77 7
  6  France Santoro / Serbia Zimonjić 6 64 10
  8  Romania Pavel / Germany Waske 3 4  
3  Czech Republic Damm / India Paes 6 6  
  3  Czech Republic Damm / India Paes 3 4
  6  Santoro / Zimonjić 6 6  
6  France Santoro / Serbia Zimonjić 6 6
     Croatia Ljubičić / United States Thomas 2 4  

Hamburg[edit]

Tournament name Masters Series Hamburg
Dates 14 May – 20 May
Surface Clay
Location Hamburg, Germany
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles Roger Federer d. Rafael Nadal 2–6 6–0 6–2 (56 players)
Doubles B Bryan / M Bryan d. P Hanley / K Ullyett 6–3 6–4 (24 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
15  Spain JC Ferrero 2 3     1  Switzerland R Federer 6 4 6  
12  Spain D Ferrer 6 6   12  Spain D Ferrer 3 6 3  
7  Croatia I Ljubičić 3 3       1  Switzerland R Federer 4 6 6  
4  Serbia N Djokovic 7 4 6        Spain C Moyà 6 4 2  
 Finland J Nieminen 5 6 4     4  Serbia N Djokovic 64 6 5
 Spain Moyà 1 6 6    Spain C Moyà 7 4 7  
8  United States J Blake 6 3 3       1  Switzerland R Federer 2 6 6
 Spain N Almagro 6 6       2  Spain R Nadal 6 2 0
 Argentina J Acasuso 2 3      Spain N Almagro 3 4  
16  Australia L Hewitt 6 2 6   16  Australia L Hewitt 6 6  
3  Russia N Davydenko 4 6 4       16  Australia L Hewitt 6 3 5
5  Chile F González 3 6 6       2  Spain R Nadal 2 6 7  
 Austria J Melzer 6 3 4     5  Chile F González 4 4
 Russia I Andreev 4 1   2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 7  
   Switzerland Y Allegro / Cyprus M Baghdatis 2 5  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 3 10  
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 2 6 7  
   United States J Blake / M Fish 3 62
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 6 7  
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 6
  5  Australia Hanley / Zimbabwe Ullyett 3 4
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 2 7 10  
   France J Benneteau / A Clément 6 65 7  
  5  Australia Hanley / Zimbabwe Ullyett 6 3 10
  8  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 2 6 4  
8  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 7 6
  2  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 5 2  

Canada[edit]

Tournament name Rogers Masters
Dates 6 August – 12 August
Surface Hard
Location Montreal, Canada
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles Novak Djokovic d. Roger Federer 7–6(2), 2–6, 7–6(2) (56 players)
Doubles M Bhupati / P Vízner d. P Hanley / K Ullyett 6–4, 6–4 (24 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
Q  Italy F Fognini 1 1     1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
 Australia L Hewitt 610 7 7    Australia L Hewitt 3 4  
 Slovakia D Hrbatý 7 66 5       1  Switzerland R Federer 7 6  
4  Russia N Davydenko 7 6        Czech Republic R Štěpánek 66 2  
14  Russia M Youzhny 68 3     4  Russia N Davydenko 4 5
12  Germany T Haas 3 6 2    Czech Republic R Štěpánek 6 7  
 Czech Republic R Štěpánek 6 2 6       1  Switzerland R Federer 62 6 62
5  United States A Roddick 6 6       3  Serbia N Djokovic 7 2 7
 Cyprus M Baghdatis 2 3     5  United States A Roddick 64 4  
 Argentina D Nalbandian 2 3   3  Serbia N Djokovic 7 6  
3  Serbia N Djokovic 6 6       3  Serbia N Djokovic 7 6
 Spain F Verdasco 6 4 3       2  Spain R Nadal 5 3  
WC  Canada F Dancevic 4 6 6     WC  Canada F Dancevic 6 2 3
 France P-H Mathieu 6 3 2   2  Spain R Nadal 4 6 6  
2  Spain R Nadal 3 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 7  
   France A Clément / R Gasquet 2 63  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 2 6 10  
  8  India M Bhupati / Czech Republic P Vízner 6 4 12  
4  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 67 6 8
  8  India M Bhupati / Czech Republic P Vízner 7 2 10  
    8  India M Bhupati / Czech Republic P Vízner 6 6
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 4 4
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 7 6  
3  The Bahamas M Knowles / Canada D Nestor 65 4  
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 6 6
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 2 3  
6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 6 7
  2  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 1 5  

Cincinnati[edit]

Tournament name Western & Southern Financial Group Masters
Dates 13 August – 19 August
Surface Hard
Location Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles Roger Federer d. James Blake 6–1, 6–4 (56 players)
Doubles J Erlich / A Ram d. B Bryan / M Bryan 6–4, 3–6, 13–11 (24 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third round   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 7 7  
 Cyprus M Baghdatis 65 5     1  Switzerland R Federer 6 3 6  
 Spain N Almagro 6 6    Spain N Almagro 3 6 2  
 Finland J Nieminen 2 2       1  Switzerland R Federer 6 67 7  
 Spain C Moyà 7 3 7        Australia L Hewitt 3 7 61  
Q  Argentina JM Del Potro 5 6 5      Spain C Moyà 2 4
 Austria J Melzer 3 3    Australia L Hewitt 6 6  
 Australia L Hewitt 6 6       1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6
5  Russia N Davydenko 6 6       9  United States J Blake 1 4
10  Czech Republic T Berdych 3 2     5  Russia N Davydenko 6 6  
16  Spain D Ferrer 7 6   16  Spain D Ferrer 2 4  
3  United States A Roddick 64 4       5  Russia N Davydenko 4 2
 Spain JC Ferrero 1 4       9  United States J Blake 6 6  
9  United States J Blake 6 6     9  United States J Blake 5 6 6
WC  United States S Querrey 6 7   WC  United States S Querrey 7 4 4  
 Argentina J Mónaco 3 5  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 7 6  
8  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 62 4  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 3 6 10  
  4  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 6 0 7  
4  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 5
  5  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 3 r  
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 4 6 11
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 6 3 13
  7  Czech Republic L Dlouhý / P Vízner 6 7  
3  The Bahamas M Knowles / Canada D Nestor 4 5  
  7  Czech Republic L Dlouhý / P Vízner 64 5
  6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 7 7  
6  Israel J Erlich / A Ram 6 6
     Serbia N Djokovic / N Zimonjić 2 2  

Madrid[edit]

Tournament name Mutua Madrilena Masters Madrid
Dates 15 October – 21 October
Surface Greenset indoor
Location Madrid, Spain
Prize money $2,450,000
Singles David Nalbandian d. Roger Federer 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 (48 players)
Doubles B Bryan / M Bryan d. M Fyrstenberg / M Matkowski 6-3, 7-6(4) (16 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
13  Argentina G Cañas 0 3     1  Switzerland R Federer 77 6  
Q  Austria S Koubek 67 1   WC  Spain F López 64 4  
WC  Spain F López 79 6       1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
 Croatia I Karlović 65 63        Germany N Kiefer 4 4  
 Germany N Kiefer 77 77      Germany N Kiefer 77 6
 Argentina J Mónaco 4 2   5  Chile F González 65 2  
5  Chile F González 6 6       1  Switzerland R Federer 6 3 3
 Croatia M Ančić 6 6        Argentina D Nalbandian 1 6 6
 France P-H Mathieu 4 3      Croatia M Ančić 62 2  
 Spain JC Ferrero 3 6 4   3  Serbia N Djokovic 77 6  
3  Serbia N Djokovic 6 2 6       3  Serbia N Djokovic 4 64
WC  Argentina JM Del Potro 2 4        Argentina D Nalbandian 6 77  
 Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6      Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6
 United Kingdom A Murray 65 4   2  Spain R Nadal 1 2  
2  Spain R Nadal 77 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 77    
6  Romania A Pavel / Czech Republic P Vízner 3 64    
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 2 10  
     Argentina G Cañas / D Nalbandian 1 6 4  
   Argentina G Cañas / D Nalbandian 6 3 10
  5  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 3 6 7  
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 77
     Poland M Fyrstenberg / M Matkowski 3 64
     Australia J Kerr / T Perry 1 2    
4  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6    
4  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 64 7 6
     Poland Fyrstenberg / Matkowski 77 5 10  
   Poland M Fyrstenberg / M Matkowski 2 77 10
     South Africa J Coetzee / Netherlands R Wassen 6 64 4  

Paris[edit]

Tournament name BNP Paribas Masters
Dates 29 October – 4 November
Surface Carpet
Location Paris, France
Prize money $2,450,000 Singles David Nalbandian d. Rafael Nadal 6-4, 6-0 (48 players)
Doubles B Bryan / M Bryan d. D Nestor / N Zimonjić 6-3, 7-6(4) (16 pairs)

Singles[edit]

Third Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Switzerland R Federer 4 63  
 Argentina D Nalbandian 6 77      Argentina D Nalbandian 77 63 6  
12  Czech Republic T Berdych 4 2   5  Spain D Ferrer 63 77 2  
5  Spain D Ferrer 6 6        Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6  
 France F Santoro 4 2       10  France R Gasquet 2 4  
15  United Kingdom A Murray 6 6     15  United Kingdom A Murray 3 6 4
10  France R Gasquet 6 6   10  France R Gasquet 6 0 6  
6  United States J Blake 4 4        Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6  
8  Spain T Robredo 7 7       2  Spain R Nadal 4 0  
11  Argentina G Cañas 5 5     8  Spain T Robredo 4 4  
 Cyprus M Baghdatis 6 6    Cyprus M Baghdatis 6 6  
4  Russia N Davydenko 2 2        Cyprus M Baghdatis 6 4 3
 Russia M Youzhny 6 1 6       2  Spain R Nadal 4 6 6  
9  Germany T Haas 4 6 3      Russia M Youzhny 4 2
 Switzerland S Wawrinka 4 3   2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
2  Spain R Nadal 6 6  

Doubles[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                       
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 4 77 [10]  
5  Czech Republic L Dlouhý / Czech Republic P Vízner 6 62 [8]  
  1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 6  
  6  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 3 4  
   Australia J Kerr / Brazil A Sá 63 2  
  6  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 77 6    
    1  United States B Bryan / M Bryan 6 77  
  2  Canada D Nestor / Serbia N Zimonjić 3 64  
  8  France A Clément / M Llodra 6 6    
3  Sweden J Björkman / Belarus M Mirnyi 2 2    
8  France A Clément / M Llodra 4 4  
  2  Canada D Nestor / Serbia N Zimonjić 6 6    
7  Australia P Hanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 66 3  
  2  Canada D Nestor / Serbia N Zimonjić 78 6    

Masters Cup[edit]

Tournament name Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai
Dates 11 November – 18 November
Surface Hard, indoor
Location Shanghai, China
Prize money $4,450,000
Singles Roger Federer d. David Ferrer 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 (8 players)
Doubles M Knowles / D Nestor d. S Aspelin / J Knowle 6-2, 6-3 (8 pairs)

Singles[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                             
  1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6    
2  Spain R Nadal 4 1    
  1  Switzerland R Federer 6 6 6
  6  Spain D Ferrer 2 3 2
5  United States A Roddick 1 3  
  6  Spain D Ferrer 6 6    

Doubles[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                             
  3  Sweden S Aspelin/ Austria J Knowle 6 6    
4  Czech Republic M Damm / India L Paes 4 4    
  3  Sweden S Aspelin / Austria J Knowle 2 3      
  1  The Bahamas M Knowles / Canada D Nestor 6 6      
2  Australia PHanley / Zimbabwe K Ullyett 3 710 5
  1  The Bahamas M Knowles / Canada D Nestor 6 68 10  

Titles Champions[edit]

Singles[edit]

# Player IN MI MO HA RO CA CI MA PA # Winning span
1. United States Andre Agassi 1 6 - - 1 3 3 1 2 17 1990-2004 (15)
2. Switzerland Roger Federer 3 2 - 4 - 2 2 1 - 14 2002-2007 (6)
3. United States Pete Sampras 2 3 - - 1 - 3 - 2 11 1992-2000 (9)
4. Spain Rafael Nadal 1 - 3 - 3 1 - 1 - 9 2005-2007 (3)
5. Austria Thomas Muster - 1 3 - 3 - - 1 - 8 1990-1997 (8)
6. United States Michael Chang 3 1 - - - 1 2 - - 7 1990-1997 (8)
7. United States Jim Courier 2 1 - - 2 - - - - 5 1991-1993 (3)
Germany Boris Becker - - - - - - - 4 1 5 1990-1996 (7)
Brazil Gustavo Kuerten - - 2 1 1 - 1 - - 5 1999-2001 (3)
Chile Marcelo Ríos 1 1 1 1 1 - - - - 5 1997-1999 (3)
11. Sweden Stefan Edberg 1 - - 1 - - 1 - 1 4 1990-1992 (3)
Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero - - 2 - 1 - 1 - - 4 2001-2003 (3)
Ukraine Andrei Medvedev - - 1 3 - - - - - 4 1994-1997 (4)
United States Andy Roddick - 1 - - - 1 2 - - 4 2003-2006 (4)
Russia Marat Safin - - - - - 1 - 1 3 4 2000-2004 (5)
16. Sweden Thomas Enqvist - - - - - - 1 1 1 3 1996-2000 (5)
Spain Carlos Moyá - - 1 - 1 - 1 - - 3 1998-2004 (7)
18. Spain Sergi Bruguera - - 2 - - - - - - 2 1991-1993 (3)
Russia Andrei Chesnokov - - 1 - - 1 - - - 2 1990-1991 (2)
Argentina Guillermo Coria - - 1 1 - - - - - 2 2003-2004 (2)
Spain Àlex Corretja 1 - - - 1 - - - - 2 1997-2000 (4)
Serbia Novak Djokovic - 1 - - - 1 - - - 2 2007
South Africa Wayne Ferreira - - - - - 1 - 1 - 2 1996-2000 (5)
France Guy Forget - - - - - - 1 - 1 2 1991
Australia Lleyton Hewitt 2 - - - - - - - - 2 2002-2003 (2)
Croatia Goran Ivanišević - - - - - - - 1 1 2 1992-1993 (2)
Netherlands Richard Krajicek - 1 - - - - - 1 - 2 1998-1999 (2)
Argentina David Nalbandian - - - - - - - 1 1 2 2007
Australia Patrick Rafter - - - - - 1 1 - - 2 1998
Germany Michael Stich - - - 1 - - - 1 - 2 1993
31. Spain Juan Aguilera - - - 1 - - - - - 1 1990
Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych - - - - - - - - 1 1 2005
Argentina Guillermo Cañas - - - - - 1 - - - 1 2002
Spain Albert Costa - - - 1 - - - - - 1 1998
Spain Roberto Carretero - - - 1 - - - - - 1 1996
Russia Nikolay Davydenko - - - - - - - - 1 1 2006
France Sébastien Grosjean - - - - - - - - 1 1 2001
Germany Tommy Haas - - - - - - - 1 - 1 2001
United Kingdom Tim Henman - - - - - - - - 1 1 2003
Sweden Thomas Johansson - - - - - 1 - - - 1 1999
Czech Republic Petr Korda - - - - - - - 1 - 1 1997
Spain Félix Mantilla - - - - 1 - - - - 1 2003
Sweden Magnus Norman - - - - 1 - - - - 1 2000
Czech Republic Karel Nováček - - - 1 - - - - - 1 1991
Romania Andrei Pavel - - - - - 1 - - - 1 2001
Sweden Mikael Pernfors - - - - - 1 - - - 1 1993
Australia Mark Philippoussis 1 - - - - - - - - 1 1999
France Cédric Pioline - - 1 - - - - - - 1 2000
Spain Albert Portas - - - - 1 - - - - 1 2001
Spain Tommy Robredo - - - 1 - - - - - 1 2006
United Kingdom Greg Rusedski - - - - - - - - 1 1 1998
Spain Emilio Sánchez - - - - 1 - - - - 1 1991
United States Chris Woodruff - - - - - 1 - - - 1 1997
# Player IN MI MO HA RO CA CI ST PA # Winning span

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