2001 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Singles

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2001 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
2000 Champion   France Cédric Pioline
Champion   France Nicolas Escudé
Runner-up   Switzerland Roger Federer
Final score   7–5, 3–6, 7–6 (7–5)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Cédric Pioline was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Andreas Vinciguerra.

Nicolas Escudé won in the final 7–5, 3–6, 7–6 (7–5) against Roger Federer.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Russia M Safin 79 4 3  
   Belarus M Mirnyi 67 6 6        Belarus M Mirnyi 77 5 65  
   Sweden A Vinciguerra 4 6 6      Sweden A Vinciguerra 62 7 77  
   France C Pioline 6 4 4          Sweden A Vinciguerra 7 1 3  
   Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6 5 1          Belarus V Voltchkov 5 6 6  
   Belarus V Voltchkov 4 7 6        Belarus V Voltchkov 6 1 77
   Sweden T Johansson 3 4     6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 2 6 62  
6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 6            Belarus V Voltchkov 4 1    
4  United Kingdom T Henman 4 6 6       Q  France N Escudé 6 6    
Q  Germany J Knippschild 6 3 4     4  United Kingdom T Henman 3 5    
   Sweden J Björkman 0 4     Q  France N Escudé 6 7    
Q  France N Escudé 6 6         Q  France N Escudé 6 6  
   France F Santoro 6 1 3       Q  Croatia I Ljubičić 3 1    
WC  Netherlands R Sluiter 4 6 6     WC  Netherlands R Sluiter 68 6 4
Q  Croatia I Ljubičić 77 6     Q  Croatia I Ljubičić 710 4 6  
8  Spain J C Ferrero 62 4         Q  France Nicolas Escudé 7 3 77
7  France S Grosjean 6 6            Switzerland Roger Federer 5 6 65
   Italy G Pozzi 3 4       7  France S Grosjean 6 3 4  
   Switzerland R Federer 77 6        Switzerland R Federer 4 6 6  
   Australia A Ilie 65 1            Switzerland R Federer 6 6    
   Germany D Prinosil 6 5 62       3  Spain À Corretja 4 2    
   Netherlands S Schalken 4 7 77        Netherlands S Schalken 4 6 1
WC  Netherlands J Siemerink 6 64 66   3  Spain À Corretja 6 4 6  
3  Spain À Corretja 4 77 78          Switzerland R Federer 64 6 6
5  France A Clément 6 3 6          Romania A Pavel 77 4 0  
   Switzerland M Rosset 3 6 3     5  France A Clément 4 4    
WC  Netherlands P Wessels 6 4 3      Romania A Pavel 6 6    
   Romania A Pavel 4 6 6          Romania A Pavel 6 6  
   Czech Republic J Novák 2 4            Germany N Kiefer 4 4    
   Germany N Kiefer 6 6          Germany N Kiefer 6 6  
Q  Czech Republic C Doseděl 2 2     2  Russia Y Kafelnikov 4 2    
2  Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6    


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