2007 Proximus Diamond Games – Singles

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Amélie Mauresmo was the defending champion, and regained the title against Kim Clijsters.

Seeds[edit]

  1. France Amélie Mauresmo (Champion)
  2. Belgium Kim Clijsters (Final)
  3. Russia Nadia Petrova (Quarterfinals)
  4. Russia Elena Dementieva (Second Round, retired due to rib fracture)
  5. Switzerland Patty Schnyder (Second Round)
  6. Russia Dinara Safina (Quarterfinals)
  7. Russia Anna Chakvetadze (Semifinals)
  8. Serbia Ana Ivanovic (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  France Amélie Mauresmo 6 3 6  
7  Russia Anna Chakvetadze 3 6 2  
  1  France Amélie Mauresmo 6 77
  2  Belgium Kim Clijsters 4 64
   France Tatiana Golovin 4 3
  2  Belgium Kim Clijsters 6 6  

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
 
    1  France A Mauresmo 78 7    
   Germany A-L Grönefeld 4 1       Q  France V Razzano 66 5    
   France V Razzano 6 6         1  France A Mauresmo 6 6    
   Germany M Müller 3 2         6  Russia D Safina 1 3    
   Netherlands M Krajicek 6 6          Netherlands M Krajicek 2 64  
   Russia E Vesnina 4 1       6  Russia D Safina 6 77    
   Russia D Safina 6 6         1  France A Mauresmo 6 3 6
      7  Russia A Chakvetadze 3 6 2
    3  Russia N Petrova 7 6    
Q  United States L Osterloh 1 0          Russia V Zvonareva 6 4    
   Russia V Zvonareva 6 6         3  Russia N Petrova 3 4  
WC  Belgium C Maes 2 0         7  Russia A Chakvetadze 6 6    
   Austria S Bammer 6 6          Austria S Bammer 6 64 2
   Greece E Daniilidou 4 2       7  Russia A Chakvetadze 4 77 6  
7  Russia A Chakvetadze 6 6    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
5  Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
WC  Belgium K Flipkens 4 1     5  Switzerland P Schnyder 77 65 2  
 France T Golovin 6 6      France T Golovin 62 77 6  
 Slovenia K Srebotnik 0 2        France T Golovin 77 7  
 Russia E Likhovtseva 6 6        Russia E Likhovtseva 63 5  
Q  Russia V Dushevina 4 1      Russia E Likhovtseva 6 1
    4  Russia E Dementieva 2 1 r  
       France T Golovin 4 3
8  Serbia A Ivanovic 6 6       2  Belgium K Clijsters 6 6
LL  Belarus A Yakimova 3 2     8  Serbia A Ivanovic 6 62 6  
Q  Germany J Schruff 1 1      France N Dechy 3 77 2  
 France N Dechy 6 6       8  Serbia A Ivanovic 2 1
 Russia O Poutchkova 77       2  Belgium K Clijsters 6 6  
 France S Brémond 62 r      Russia O Poutchkova 0 2
    2  Belgium K Clijsters 6 6  
 

Notes[edit]

  • The winner will receive $88,265 and 275 ranking points.
  • The runner-up will receive $47,125 and 190 ranking points.
  • The last direct acceptance was Sybille Bammer.
  • The players' representative was Yanina Wickmayer.