2001 Dubai Tennis Championships – Singles

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2001 Dubai Tennis Championships
and the Dubai Duty Free Women's Open
2000 champion   Germany Nicolas Kiefer
Champion   Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Runner-up   Russia Marat Safin
Final score   6–2, 3–1 (Safin retired)
Events
Singles   men   women
Doubles   men   women

Nicolas Kiefer was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Patrick Rafter.

Juan Carlos Ferrero won the final 6–2, 3–1 after Marat Safin was forced to retire.

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 7 6    
   Germany D Prinosil 5 2       1  Russia M Safin 7 77    
   France J Boutter 7 1 6      France J Boutter 5 65    
WC  Australia J Eagle 5 6 1       1  Russia M Safin 6 6    
   Ukraine A Medvedev 6 713            Ukraine A Medvedev 1 2    
Q  Canada D Nestor 3 611          Ukraine A Medvedev 77 4 6
   Germany N Kiefer 2 4     5  Australia P Rafter 61 6 1  
5  Australia P Rafter 6 6         1  Russia M Safin 60 77 6  
3  Russia Y Kafelnikov 77 6            Sweden T Johansson 77 64 3  
   Czech Republic C Doseděl 63 2       3  Russia Y Kafelnikov 64 5    
   Germany R Schüttler 2 1        Sweden T Johansson 77 7    
   Sweden T Johansson 6 6            Sweden T Johansson 6 6  
   Australia A Ilie 4 3            Belarus M Mirnyi 4 4    
   Belarus V Voltchkov 6 6          Belarus V Voltchkov 1 4  
   Belarus M Mirnyi 710 7        Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6    
8  France C Pioline 68 5         1  Russia Marat Safin 2 1r
6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 67 77       7  Spain J C Ferrero 6 3  
Q  Germany T Behrend 4 79 65     6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 5 77 6  
   France J Golmard 3 r        Czech Republic B Ulihrach 7 63 3  
   Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6           6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 7 6    
   France N Escudé 4 6 77       Q  Germany L Burgsmüller 5 4    
WC  Slovakia K Kučera 6 4 62        France N Escudé 2 r  
Q  Germany L Burgsmüller 6 6     Q  Germany L Burgsmüller 6      
4  Spain À Corretja 4 2         6  Slovakia D Hrbatý 7 64 3
7  Spain J C Ferrero 6 6         7  Spain J C Ferrero 5 77 6  
   Sweden J Björkman 4 3       7  Spain J C Ferrero 6 6    
   Czech Republic J Novák 6 6        Czech Republic J Novák 3 4    
   Italy G Pozzi 4 1         7  Spain J C Ferrero 6 4 6
   Romania A Pavel 6 6         2  Sweden M Norman 2 6 4  
WC  United Arab Emirates O Bahrouzyan 1 2          Romania A Pavel 6 3 62
Q  United States J Tarango 4 4     2  Sweden M Norman 1 6 77  
2  Sweden M Norman 6 6    


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