2009 International German Open – Singles

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2009 International German Open
Champion   Russia Nikolay Davydenko
Runner-up   France Paul-Henri Mathieu
Final score   6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles   Doubles

Rafael Nadal was the defending champion, but chose not to participate that year.[1]

Nikolay Davydenko won in the final, 6–4, 6–2, against Paul-Henri Mathieu.

Seeds[edit]

All seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1. France Gilles Simon (Second Round)
  2. Russia Nikolay Davydenko (Champion)
  3. Sweden Robin Söderling (Third Round)
  4. Spain Tommy Robredo (Second Round)
  5. Switzerland Stanislas Wawrinka (Second Round)
  6. Spain David Ferrer (Semifinals)
  7. Russia Igor Andreev (Second Round)
  8. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber (Third Round)
  9. Austria Jürgen Melzer (Second Round)
  10. Serbia Viktor Troicki (Quarterfinals, retired because of a right foot injury)
  11. Romania Victor Hănescu (Quarterfinals)
  12. Argentina José Acasuso (Second Round, retired because of a neck injury)
  13. France Paul-Henri Mathieu (Final)
  14. Spain Nicolás Almagro (Quarterfinals)
  15. France Jérémy Chardy (Third Round)
  16. Germany Mischa Zverev (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                       
  13  France Paul-Henri Mathieu 3      
10  Serbia Victor Troicki 0 r    
  13  France Paul-Henri Mathieu 4 6 7  
  Q  Uruguay Pablo Cuevas 6 3 5  
14  Spain Nicolás Almagro 2 4  
  Q  Uruguay Pablo Cuevas 6 6    
    13  France Paul-Henri Mathieu 4 2  
  2  Russia Nikolay Davydenko 6 6  
  6  Spain David Ferrer 6 6    
WC  Germany Simon Greul 2 3    
6  Spain David Ferrer 5 62  
  2  Russia Nikolay Davydenko 7 7    
11  Romania Victor Hănescu 3 6 3
  2  Russia Nikolay Davydenko 6 4 6  

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    1  France G Simon 6 4 3  
Q  Romania V Crivoi 6 4 1     WC  Germany D Brands 3 6 6  
WC  Germany D Brands 4 6 6       WC  Germany D Brands 5 5    
Q  Russia E Korolev 63 2         13  France P-H Mathieu 7 7    
Q  Spain P Riba 7 6       Q  Spain P Riba 1 6 63
    13  France P-H Mathieu 6 2 7  
      13  France P-H Mathieu 3    
      10  Serbia V Troicki 0 r  
    10  Serbia V Troicki 3 6 6  
   Russia T Gabashvili 6 6          Russia T Gabashvili 6 2 4  
   Italy A Seppi 3 1         10  Serbia V Troicki 62 6 7
   Belgium C Rochus 4 2            Spain G García-López 7 4 66  
   Spain G García-López 6 6          Spain G García-López 6 6  
    5  Switzerland S Wawrinka 2 4    
 

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    3  Sweden R Söderling 6 63 6  
   Italy F Fognini 6 6          Italy F Fognini 3 7 3  
   Czech Republic I Minář 4 2         3  Sweden R Söderling 5 3    
   Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 4 4         14  Spain N Almagro 7 6    
Q  Spain M Granollers 6 6       Q  Spain M Granollers 6 3 4
    14  Spain N Almagro 4 6 6  
      14  Spain N Almagro 2 4  
      Q  Uruguay P Cuevas 6 6  
    9  Austria J Melzer 65 3    
Q  Uruguay P Cuevas 7 6       Q  Uruguay P Cuevas 7 6    
   Germany B Phau 60 4         Q  Uruguay P Cuevas 6 7  
Q  Italy P Starace 5 6 6       8  Germany P Kohlschreiber 4 68    
   Argentina M González 7 4 3     Q  Italy P Starace 2 6 4
    8  Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 4 6  
 

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    6  Spain D Ferrer 6 6    
WC  Germany F Mayer 63 6 6     WC  Germany F Mayer 3 2    
   Germany R Schüttler 7 3 3       6  Spain D Ferrer 4 7 6  
   Argentina J Mónaco 7 6            Argentina J Mónaco 6 5 2  
   Russia M Youzhny 64 3          Argentina J Mónaco 6 1  
    12  Argentina J Acasuso 1 1 r  
      6  Spain D Ferrer 6 6  
      WC  Germany S Greul 2 3  
    16  Germany M Zverev 6 5 1  
   Serbia J Tipsarević 6 3 3     WC  Germany S Greul 0 7 6  
WC  Germany S Greul 2 6 6       WC  Germany S Greul 7 7  
   Belgium S Darcis 4 4            Spain I Navarro 5 67    
   Spain I Navarro 6 6          Spain I Navarro 7 7  
    4  Spain T Robredo 5 62    
 

Section 4[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Third Round   Quarterfinals
 
    7  Russia I Andreev 4 3    
   France J Benneteau 6 1 6        France J Benneteau 6 6    
   Argentina JI Chela 4 6 1          France J Benneteau 6 3 3  
WC  Germany K Krawietz 0 6 3       11  Romania V Hănescu 3 6 6  
   Czech Republic J Hernych 6 4 6        Czech Republic J Hernych 2 3  
    11  Romania V Hănescu 6 6    
      11  Romania V Hănescu 3 6 3
      2  Russia N Davydenko 6 4 6
    15  France J Chardy 7 7    
   Spain Ó Hernández 7 4 4        Germany A Beck 62 66    
   Germany A Beck 63 6 6       15  France J Chardy 3 3  
   Germany P Petzschner 7 6         2  Russia N Davydenko 6 6    
   France F Serra 63 2          Germany P Petzschner 3 2  
    2  Russia N Davydenko 6 6    
 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nadal to return at Montreal event". ESPN.com. Associated Press. 2009-07-14. Retrieved 2009-07-16. 

External links[edit]