2001 UBS Open – Singles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
2001 UBS Open
Champion   Czech Republic Jiří Novák
Runner-up   Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Final score   6–1, 6–7(5–7), 7–5
Events
Singles   Doubles

Àlex Corretja was the defending champion but lost in the semifinals to Jiří Novák.

Novák won in the final 6–1, 6–7(5–7), 7–5 against Juan Carlos Ferrero.

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 4 77 4  
   Spain J Balcells 6 64 6        Spain J Balcells 3 2    
Q  Spain O Burrieza 4 77 1      Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 6    
   Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 63 6          Switzerland M Kratochvil 4 2    
   Spain F Mantilla 6 77            Czech Republic J Novák 6 6    
   Israel H Levy 1 62          Spain F Mantilla 3 2  
   Czech Republic J Novák 6 6        Czech Republic J Novák 6 6    
7  Argentina G Coria 2 4            Czech Republic J Novák 3 6 6  
4  Spain À Corretja 6 6         4  Spain À Corretja 6 3 4  
WC  Switzerland I Heuberger 3 2       4  Spain À Corretja 6 6    
Q  Austria W Eschauer 6 77     Q  Austria W Eschauer 3 2    
   Spain A Costa 0 63         4  Spain À Corretja 6 64 6
   Argentina G Gaudio 6 6            Croatia I Ljubičić 3 77 3  
   Switzerland M Rosset 4 3          Argentina G Gaudio 65 77 1
   Croatia I Ljubičić 6 6        Croatia I Ljubičić 77 62 6  
5  Switzerland R Federer 2 1            Czech Republic Jiří Novák 6 65 7
6  Argentina F Squillari 7 6         2  Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 1 77 5
WC  Switzerland G Bastl 5 4       6  Argentina F Squillari 4 6 6  
   Spain S Bruguera 6 2 4      Spain A Martín 6 4 2  
   Spain A Martín 1 6 6       6  Argentina F Squillari 0 1    
Q  Switzerland L Manta 4 4         3  France S Grosjean 6 6    
   Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6          Ecuador N Lapentti 6 4 62
   Spain Á Calatrava 5 2     3  France S Grosjean 4 6 77  
3  France S Grosjean 7 6         3  France S Grosjean 4 4  
8  Morocco H Arazi 1 66         2  Spain J C Ferrero 6 6    
   Spain F Clavet 6 78          Spain F Clavet 65 77 1  
   Austria S Koubek 2 6 3      France C Pioline 77 65 6  
   France C Pioline 6 3 6          France C Pioline 2 1  
Q  Croatia M Radic 5 61         2  Spain J C Ferrero 6 6    
   France J Boutter 7 77          France J Boutter 62 2  
WC  France A di Pasquale 4 63     2  Spain J C Ferrero 77 7    
2  Spain J C Ferrero 6 77    


References[edit]