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Feliciano Lopez beats Marin Cilic in nail-biting Queen’s Club final

Spanish veteran Feliciano Lopez asserted the greatest title of his long vocation when he combat back to beat Marin Cilic 4-6 7-6(2) 7-6(8) in a nerve-wracking last of the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club on Sunday. 

The 35-year-old, who endured a grievous annihilation in the 2014 last when he held a match point against Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, this time spared one in a strained tiebreak shootout before toppling the Croat. 

Fourth seed Cilic additionally spared two match focuses, yet at the third time of asking swarm most loved Lopez could at long last praise a 6th profession title after Cilic maneuvered a forehand into the tramlines. 

"I can hardly imagine how I at long last won it, I've been sitting tight for 15 or 16 years to hold this trophy," a passionate Lopez, three times a Wimbledon quarter-finalist, said on court. 

"I believed that toward the finish of the tiebreak subsequent to losing match focuses I wouldn't make it yet I figured out how to do it. 

"It was hard to put that (coordinate point in 2014) insane so it was hard to deal with my nerves yet I oversaw it." 

Lopez, yet another male player who seems, by all accounts, to be showing signs of improvement with age, is the most established victor of the prestigious Queen's Club title in the expert period. 

He did it by overcoming Stan Wawrinka, Tomas Berdych, Grigor Dimitrov and Cilic — positioned three, 14, 11 and seven on the planet rankings. 

"It's the greatest week of my vocation, which is insane when you're 35," said Lopez, who joins a commended rundown of previous champions including any semblance of John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Andy Murray and kindred Spaniard Rafael Nadal. 

The match was chosen in an epic tiebreak with both players demonstrating astounding grasscourt abilities. 

Cilic raised match point with an expert yet Lopez spared it when he remove the Croat's endeavored go with an extending volley. Lopez at that point had a match indicate just for Cilic snuff it out with his 22nd expert of the match. 

Lopez performed supernatural occurrences to scramble a point at 7-7 and serve for the match however Cilic reacted with a nerveless volley after a trade of blows from the pattern. 

A nineteenth pro for Lopez raised another match point and this time Cilic couldn't answer.

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