2001 Gelsor Open Romania – Singles

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2001 Gelsor Open Romania
2000 champion   Spain Juan Balcells
Champion   Morocco Younes El Aynaoui
Runner-up   Spain Albert Montañés
Final score   7–6 (7–5), 7–6 (7–2)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Juan Balcells was the defending champion but lost in the quarterfinals to Albert Montañés.

Younes El Aynaoui won in the final 7–6 (7–5), 7–6 (7–2) against Montañés.

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  Romania A Pavel 6 6    
   Czech Republic J Vaněk 0 3       1  Romania A Pavel 0 2    
   Argentina J Acasuso 67 4        Germany T Behrend 6 6    
   Germany T Behrend 79 6            Germany T Behrend 4 7 4  
   Austria M Hipfl 0 1         7  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 6 5 6  
   Spain F Mantilla 6 6          Spain F Mantilla 3 2  
WC  Romania D Pescariu 0 2     7  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 6 6    
7  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 6 6         7  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 77 6    
3  Spain A Martín 6 1 4          Spain F Vicente 64 4    
   Romania A Voinea 3 6 6        Romania A Voinea 6 6    
Q  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 7 6     Q  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 3 2    
   Hungary A Sávolt 5 3            Romania A Voinea 4 6 5
   Spain F Vicente 6 6            Spain F Vicente 6 4 7  
   United States H Armando 2 0          Spain F Vicente 6 6  
LL  Spain M López 6 6     LL  Spain M López 3 3    
5  Spain G Blanco 2 2         7  Morocco Younes El Aynaoui 77 77  
6  France J Golmard 6 6            Spain Albert Montañés 65 62  
   Australia A Ilie 2 2       6  France J Golmard 6 2 77  
   Georgia (country) I Labadze 3 4        Spain J Díaz 4 6 64  
   Spain J Díaz 6 6         6  France J Golmard 6 3 6  
WC  Romania G Trifu 4 6 77          Belgium C Rochus 1 6 3  
WC  Romania I Moldovan 6 1 65     WC  Romania G Trifu 64 4  
   Belgium C Rochus 6 6        Belgium C Rochus 77 6    
4  Sweden A Vinciguerra 1 2         6  France J Golmard 77 3 5
8  Spain J Balcells 7 77            Spain A Montañés 65 6 7  
Q  Germany M-K Goellner 5 64       8  Spain J Balcells 6 6    
   Spain D Sánchez 6 5 4   Q  Argentina J I Chela 3 4    
Q  Argentina J I Chela 2 7 6       8  Spain J Balcells 5 6 1
   Spain A Montañés 6 6            Spain A Montañés 7 3 6  
   Belgium O Rochus 1 1          Spain A Montañés 6 4 79
Q  Greece S Peppas 0 2     2  Spain A Portas 4 6 67  
2  Spain A Portas 6 6    


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