Here is the post match interview with him.
How does it feel to win your first career ATP World Tour title?
You have been playing well lately, getting to the semi-finals in Tokyo where you had match points against Rafael Nadal, and then winning your first doubles title in Bangkok. Do you feel you are playing the best tennis of your career?
Your father is Russian, does it feel extra special to win your first title in Moscow?
You dropped the opening set in your first two matches and then won your next two matches in straight sets. Did you feel you were getting better as the week went on and was there a part of your game that you were most pleased with that enabled you to win the title?
Now that you have won your first ATP World Tour title, what other goals do you have?
What are your thoughts on playing France at home in December in the Davis Cup final? What would winning the Davis Cup title mean for your country?
First I would like to thank my parents; they made it possible for me to play tennis in the toughest times in Serbia. They gave nearly everything they had for me to play tennis and I owe them everything.
The next person is my first coach, Nenad Trifunovic, who I worked with since I was five. He helped me a lot, not just in tennis, but in life also. The other person is Milos Jelisavcic, who is my physio and conditioning trainer who is here with me, he helped me a lot. Also my coach right now, Jan de Witt, who is German and he helped me a lot. We started working together four years ago and since then my game has really improved; he has really helped me a lot in my tennis.