2001 Generali Open – Singles

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2001 Generali Open
Champion   Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti
Runner-up   Spain Albert Costa
Final score   1–6, 6–4, 7–5, 7–5
Events
Singles   Doubles

Àlex Corretja was the defending champion but lost in the second round to Stefan Koubek.

Nicolás Lapentti won in the final 1–6, 6–4, 7–5, 7–5 against Albert Costa.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated. All sixteen seeds received a bye to the second round.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                             
  WC/6  Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti 6 6    
   Spain Galo Blanco 2 4    
  WC/6  Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti 1 6 7 7  
     Spain Albert Costa 6 4 5 5  
5  Argentina Guillermo Coria 5 3  
     Spain Albert Costa 7 6    

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    1  Spain J C Ferrero 6 6    
Q  Chile F González 4 3       WC  Austria A Peya 2 1    
WC  Austria A Peya 6 6         1  Spain J C Ferrero 6 65 6  
   France A di Pasquale 4 4            France J Boutter 4 77 3  
   France J Boutter 6 6          France J Boutter 6 6  
    16  Spain F Clavet 1 2    
      1  Spain J C Ferrero 66 2  
      WC/6  Ecuador N Lapentti 78 6  
    9  Argentina G Gaudio 4 78 6  
Q  Germany M Hantschk 5 63       Q  Uzbekistan V Kutsenko 6 66 3  
Q  Uzbekistan V Kutsenko 7 77         9  Argentina G Gaudio 2 2  
   Spain J Díaz 3           WC/6  Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6    
   France J Golmard 6 r          Spain J Díaz 0 5  
    WC/6  Ecuador N Lapentti 6 7    
 

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    4  Argentina F Squillari 4 6 6  
   Brazil F Meligeni 6 2 6        Brazil F Meligeni 6 3 3  
   Germany C Vinck 4 6 4       4  Argentina F Squillari 6 63 0  
   Australia A Ilie 67 68            Spain G Blanco 3 77 6  
   Spain G Blanco 79 710          Spain G Blanco 65 6 6
    15  Spain F Vicente 77 2 1  
         Spain G Blanco 5 6 5
      11  Romania A Pavel 7 4 1r
    11  Romania A Pavel 6 3 77  
   Spain S Bruguera 6 3          Spain S Bruguera 2 6 63  
   Argentina J Acasuso 1 2r       11  Romania A Pavel 6 6  
   Argentina A Calleri 7 1r       8  Spain A Martín 1 0    
Q  Romania G Trifu 5 5       Q  Romania G Trifu 2 3  
    8  Spain A Martín 6 6    
 

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    5  Argentina G Coria 6 3 79  
   Spain F Mantilla 6 3 6        Spain F Mantilla 1 6 67  
WC  Austria T Schiessling 3 6 2       5  Argentina G Coria 6 6    
   Morocco Y El Aynaoui 7 4 1       10  Spain Á Calatrava 1 1    
Q  Czech Republic J Vacek 5 6 6     Q  Czech Republic J Vacek 2 3  
    10  Spain Á Calatrava 6 6    
      5  Argentina G Coria 6 6  
         Austria S Koubek 4 0  
    13  Germany R Schüttler 6 7    
   Czech Republic C Doseděl 2 3       Q  Germany M-K Goellner 1 5    
Q  Germany M-K Goellner 6 6         13  Germany R Schüttler 6 5 5
   Netherlands J Siemerink 5 0            Austria S Koubek 2 7 7  
   Austria S Koubek 7 6          Austria S Koubek 4 6 6
    3  Spain À Corretja 6 1 4  
 

Section 4[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    7  Argentina G Cañas 3 2    
   Morocco K Alami 4 2          Austria M Hipfl 6 6    
   Austria M Hipfl 6 6            Austria M Hipfl 5 2    
   Spain A Costa 78 6            Spain A Costa 7 6    
   Germany D Elsner 66 3          Spain A Costa 3    
    12  Australia W Arthurs 1r    
         Spain A Costa 6 6  
      LL  United States H Armando 4 4  
    LL  United States H Armando 6 77    
   Spain G Puentes 2 4          Chile N Massú 1 65    
   Chile N Massú 6 6         LL  United States H Armando 6 6  
WC  Austria O Marach 2 77 6       2  Russia Y Kafelnikov 1 1    
   Germany J Knippschild 6 64 2     WC  Austria O Marach 61 7 4
    2  Russia Y Kafelnikov 77 5 6  
 

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