2001 Croatia Open – Singles

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2001 Croatia Open
2000 champion   Chile Marcelo Ríos
Champion   Spain Carlos Moyá
Runner-up   France Jérôme Golmard
Final score   6–4, 3–6, 7–6 (7–2)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Marcelo Ríos was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Carlos Moyá won in the final 6–4, 3–6, 7–6 (7–2) against Jérôme Golmard.

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
WC/1  Spain C Moyá 5 6 6  
   Czech Republic J Vaněk 7 4 3     WC/1  Spain C Moyá 6 5 6  
   Spain E B Álvarez 6 6        Spain E B Álvarez 4 7 1  
   Czech Republic T Zíb 1 2         WC/1  Spain C Moyá 6 6    
WC  Slovenia M Tkalec 6 67 3          Hungary A Sávolt 4 4    
   Hungary A Sávolt 4 79 6        Hungary A Sávolt 3 2  
   Argentina M Puerta 6 65 0   8  Argentina A Calleri 6 3 r  
8  Argentina A Calleri 4 77 6       WC/1  Spain C Moyá 6 7    
3  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6 6            Argentina D Nalbandian 4 5    
   Germany T Behrend 4 3       3  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 2 1    
Q  Romania I Moldovan 6 1 1      Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6    
   Argentina D Nalbandian 3 6 6          Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6  
Q  Slovenia I Božič 3 712 3       7  Spain F Mantilla 2 3    
   Spain Ó Serrano 6 610 6        Spain Ó Serrano 2 2  
   Germany M Hantschk 63 2     7  Spain F Mantilla 6 6    
7  Spain F Mantilla 77 6         WC/1  Spain Carlos Moyá 6 3 77
5  France J Golmard 6 6         5  France Jérôme Golmard 4 6 62
   Switzerland G Bastl 3 3       5  France J Golmard 2      
   Czech Republic M Damm 2 3        Peru L Horna 2 r    
   Peru L Horna 6 6         5  France J Golmard 7 7    
   Spain A Montañés 6 3 6          Spain A Montañés 5 5    
Q  Italy G Galimberti 3 6 1        Spain A Montañés 6 6  
Q  Italy M Martelli 4 4     4  Czech Republic M Tabara 2 0    
4  Czech Republic M Tabara 6 6         5  France J Golmard 7 6  
6  Croatia I Ljubičić 710 6            Romania A Voinea 5 3    
   Argentina F Browne 68 2       6  Croatia I Ljubičić 6 77    
WC  Croatia I Vajda 2 5        Italy F Luzzi 2 62    
   Italy F Luzzi 6 7         6  Croatia I Ljubičić 66 6 3
   Czech Republic C Doseděl 1 4            Romania A Voinea 78 4 6  
   Romania A Voinea 6 6          Romania A Voinea 77 0 6
   Spain G Puentes 1 4     2  Spain A Portas 61 6 4  
2  Spain A Portas 6 6    


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