Robredo claims Casablanca title after defeating Anderson in final

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Spaniard Tommy Robredo won his 10th ATP career title after overcoming South African Kevin Anderson in the Casablanca 2013 final, winning in three sets 7-6 (6) 4-6 6-3.

After both players split the first two sets, Robredo got up a break in the decider just before facing two break points on his own at 4-3. However, he managed to save them both and not only did he hold serve, he then went on to break Anderson once more to take the set and the match.

This win will grant the Spaniard a place back in the top 50 (his ranking was 72 just before the tournament). Robredo reached world no.5 when at his very best but has slipped to 471 last season due to a leg injury.


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