2009 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Singles

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2009 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
Champion   United Kingdom Andy Murray
Runner-up   Spain Rafael Nadal
Final score   6–3, 4–6, 6–0
Events
Singles   Doubles

Michaël Llodra was the defending champion, but lost in the second round to Gaël Monfils.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Rafael Nadal (Final)
  2. United Kingdom Andy Murray (Champion)
  3. Russia Nikolay Davydenko (Second Round)
  4. France Gilles Simon (Second Round)
  5. France Gaël Monfils (Semifinals)
  6. Spain David Ferrer (Second Round)
  7. France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Quarterfinals)
  8. Sweden Robin Söderling (withdrew)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  Spain Rafael Nadal 6 6    
5  France Gaël Monfils 4 4    
  1  Spain Rafael Nadal 3 6 0
  2  United Kingdom Andy Murray 6 4 6
   Croatia Mario Ančić 1 2  
  2  United Kingdom Andy Murray 6 6    

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  Spain R Nadal 4 6 7  
   Italy S Bolelli 6 2 5     1  Spain R Nadal 7 3 6  
WC  Bulgaria G Dimitrov 4 6 6   WC  Bulgaria G Dimitrov 5 6 2  
   Czech Republic T Berdych 6 3 4       1  Spain R Nadal 6 65 6  
Q  France A Clément 0 3         7  France J-W Tsonga 4 7 4  
   Russia D Tursunov 6 6          Russia D Tursunov 66 2  
WC  Netherlands J Huta Galung 64 64     7  France J-W Tsonga 7 6    
7  France J-W Tsonga 7 7         1  Spain R Nadal 6 6  
3  Russia N Davydenko 6 6         5  France G Monfils 4 4  
   Russia I Andreev 3 2       3  Russia N Davydenko 3 2    
   France J Benneteau 6 5 6      France J Benneteau 6 6    
   Spain F López 4 7 2          France J Benneteau 64 1  
   Croatia I Karlović 6 3 4       5  France G Monfils 7 6    
   France M Llodra 4 6 6        France M Llodra 4 4  
Q  Switzerland S Bohli 4 0 r   5  France G Monfils 6 6    
5  France G Monfils 6 1    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
6  Spain D Ferrer 3 7 7  
   Austria J Melzer 6 64 5     6  Spain D Ferrer 2 6 2  
Q  France L Recouderc 4 4        Russia M Youzhny 6 3 6  
   Russia M Youzhny 6 6            Russia M Youzhny 4 2    
   Germany R Schüttler 5 2            Croatia M Ančić 6 6    
   Croatia M Ančić 7 6          Croatia M Ančić 6 3 6
   Germany P Kohlschreiber 5 61     4  France G Simon 4 6 3  
4  France G Simon 7 7            Croatia M Ančić 1 2  
LL  France M Gicquel 3 6 6       2  United Kingdom A Murray 6 6  
Q  Russia E Korolev 6 3 2     LL  France M Gicquel 6 6    
   France R Gasquet 6 64 3      France P-H Mathieu 4 3    
   France P-H Mathieu 3 7 6       LL  France M Gicquel 62 6 0r
WC  Netherlands T de Bakker 7 2 61       2  United Kingdom A Murray 7 4 3  
   Italy A Seppi 65 6 7        Italy A Seppi 64 5  
   Croatia I Ljubičić 3 2     2  United Kingdom A Murray 7 7    
2  United Kingdom A Murray 6 6    

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