2007 Generali Ladies Linz – Women's Singles

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Maria Sharapova was the defending champion, but did not participate.

Seeds[edit]

Draws[edit]

Key[edit]

  • Q - Qualifier
  • WC - Wild Card

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
 
6  Switzerland Patty Schnyder 77 6  
3  France Marion Bartoli 65 3  
  6  Switzerland Patty Schnyder 4 2
  2  Slovakia Daniela Hantuchová 6 6
5  Czech Republic Nicole Vaidišová 6 2 63
2  Slovakia Daniela Hantuchová 2 6 77  

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarter-Finals   Semi-Finals
 
    1  Russia A Chakvetadze 6 6  
 Italy F Schiavone 78 6      Italy F Schiavone 0 2  
   Slovenia K Srebotnik 66 3       1  Russia A Chakvetadze 1 0  
Q  Australia A Molik 6 3 6       6  Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
   Poland A Radwańska 4 6 1     Q  Australia A Molik 4 4
Q  France A Rezaï 4 3     6  Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
6  Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6       6  Switzerland P Schnyder 77 6
      3  France M Bartoli 65 3
    3  France M Bartoli 6 6  
 Austria T Paszek 6 7      Austria T Paszek 2 1  
   Spain AM Garrigues 3 5       3  France M Bartoli 6 1 6
   Russia M Kirilenko 5 77 4        Ukraine J Vakulenko 1 6 4  
 Ukraine J Vakulenko 7 60 6      Ukraine J Vakulenko 6 6
   Japan A Sugiyama 2 77 6      Japan A Sugiyama 0 2  
8  Austria S Bammer 6 65 0  

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarter-Finals   Semi-Finals
5  Czech Republic N Vaidišová 4 6 77  
WC  Italy F Pennetta 6 3 64     5  Czech Republic N Vaidišová 6 6  
WC  Austria Y Meusburger 62 6 6     WC  Austria Y Meusburger 3 1  
WC  Austria M Klaffner 77 4 3       5  Czech Republic N Vaidišová 6 79  
 Netherlands M Krajicek 6 4 64       4  Russia D Safina 3 67  
Q  Italy K Knapp 4 6 77     Q  Italy K Knapp 2 2
    4  Russia D Safina 6 6  
      5  Czech Republic N Vaidišová 6 2 63
7  France T Golovin 4 1 r       2  Slovakia D Hantuchová 2 6 77
   Greece E Daniilidou 6 0      Greece E Daniilidou 4 3  
   Germany M Müller 3 0      Ukraine A Bondarenko 6 6  
   Ukraine A Bondarenko 6 6        Ukraine A Bondarenko 4 6 3
Q  Bosnia and Herzegovina S Martinovic 3 3       2  Slovakia D Hantuchová 6 1 6  
   Argentina G Dulko 6 6        Argentina G Dulko 3 1
    2  Slovakia D Hantuchová 6 6  
 

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