2006 Movistar Open – Singles

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2006 Movistar Open
Champion   Argentina José Acasuso
Runner-up   Chile Nicolás Massú
Final score   6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Gastón Gaudio was the defending champion, but lost in the second round this year.

José Acasuso won the title, defeating Nicolás Massú 6–4, 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Spain Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo 2 4  
3  Argentina José Acasuso 6 6  
  3  Argentina José Acasuso 6 6
  2  Chile Nicolás Massú 4 3
5  Chile Nicolás Massú 3 77 6
  2  Chile Fernando González 6 63 4  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Argentina G Gaudio 6 6  
WC Chile F Parada 1 4   1 Argentina G Gaudio 78 1 4
  Spain N Almagro 6 3 1   Spain R R Hidalgo 66 6 6
  Spain R R Hidalgo 0 6 6   Spain R R Hidalgo 6 2 6
  Chile P Capdeville 3 6 3 6 Spain Montañés 2 6 2
  Spain S Ventura 6 0 6   Spain S Ventura 6 4 3
  Argentina J Mónaco 4 2   6 Spain Montañés 4 6 6
6 Spain Montañés 6 6     Spain R R Hidalgo 2 4  
3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6   3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6  
  Spain I Navarro 3 2   3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6  
Q Argentina G Marcaccio 78 0 6 Q Argentina G Marcaccio 1 1  
  Peru L Horna 66 6 3 3 Argentina J Acasuso 3 6 7
WC Chile J Aguilar 6 6   Q Czech Republic L Friedl 6 1 5
WC Chile G Hormazábal 4 2   WC Chile J Aguilar 64 3  
Q Czech Republic L Friedl 65 6 6 Q Czech Republic L Friedl 77 6  
7 Argentina C Berlocq 77 3 1

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Chile N Massú 6 6  
  Brazil M Daniel 3 3   5 Chile N Massú 6 6  
Q United States H Armando 2 3     Costa Rica J A Marín 3 4  
  Costa Rica J A Marín 6 6   5 Chile N Massú 4 77 6
Q Spain C Cuadrado 7 6   Q Spain C Cuadrado 6 64 3
  Germany T Behrend 5 0   Q Spain C Cuadrado 6 6  
LL Spain D Gimeno-Traver 1 6 6 LL Spain D Gimeno-Traver 3 3  
4 Argentina A Calleri 6 3 3 5 Chile N Massú 3 77 6
8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 1 7 6 2 Chile F González 6 63 4
  Brazil F Saretta 6 5 3 8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 62 77 6
  Italy A di Mauro 66 6 6   Italy A di Mauro 77 64 0
  Chile A García 78 1 4 8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 4 3  
  Argentina J M del Potro 6 6   2 Chile F González 6 6  
  Spain A Portas 2 2     Argentina J M del Potro 3 64  
  Greece V Mazarakis 1 2   2 Chile F González 6 77  
2 Chile F González 6 6  

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