2010 Brasil Open – Singles

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2010 Brasil Open
Champion   Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero
Runner-up   Poland Łukasz Kubot
Final score   6–1, 6–0
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2010 Brasil Open

Tommy Robredo was the defending champion, but he chose to compete in the 2010 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament instead.
Juan Carlos Ferrero won in the final 6–1, 6–0 against Łukasz Kubot.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (Champion)
  2. Spain Albert Montañés (Second Round)
  3. Brazil Thomaz Bellucci (Quarterfinals)
  4. Russia Igor Andreev (Semifinals)
  5. Romania Victor Hănescu (Second Round)
  6. Uruguay Pablo Cuevas (Quarterfinals)
  7. Argentina Horacio Zeballos (First Round, retired)
  8. France Richard Gasquet (Withdrew due to a back injury)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 6 6    
WC  Brazil Ricardo Mello 4 2    
  1  Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 6 6  
     Poland Łukasz Kubot 1 0  
4  Russia Igor Andreev 6 2 4
     Poland Łukasz Kubot 2 6 6  

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  Spain JC Ferrero 77 6    
   Argentina E Schwank 64 3       1  Spain JC Ferrero 6 5 6  
Q  Brazil R Dutra da Silva 4 6 4        Chile N Massú 2 7 2  
   Chile N Massú 6 3 6       1  Spain JC Ferrero 6 6    
   Argentina JI Chela 64 6 6       Q  Argentina C Berlocq 3 2    
   Australia P Luczak 77 3 4        Argentina JI Chela 65 2  
WC  Brazil R Hocevar 5 3       Q  Argentina C Berlocq 77 6    
Q  Argentina C Berlocq 7 6         1  Spain JC Ferrero 6 6  
3  Brazil T Bellucci 6 7         WC  Brazil R Mello 4 2  
WC  Brazil T Alves 2 5       3  Brazil T Bellucci 6 6    
   Spain S Ventura 67 1          Spain D Gimeno-Traver 4 2    
   Spain D Gimeno-Traver 79 6         3  Brazil T Bellucci 3 63  
   Italy P Lorenzi 2 5         WC  Brazil R Mello 6 77    
WC  Brazil R Mello 6 7       WC  Brazil R Mello 7 6  
SE  Brazil J Souza 65 4       5  Romania V Hănescu 5 3    
5  Romania V Hănescu 77 6    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
6  Uruguay P Cuevas 6 6    
Q  Italy F Volandri 4 3       6  Uruguay P Cuevas 7 4 77  
LL  Spain P Andújar 69 2          Portugal F Gil 5 6 63  
   Portugal F Gil 711 6         6  Uruguay P Cuevas 1 1    
Q  Portugal R Machado 6 77         4  Russia I Andreev 6 6    
   Brazil M Daniel 3 63       Q  Portugal R Machado 3 7 4
   Italy P Starace 2 2       4  Russia I Andreev 6 5 6  
4  Russia I Andreev 6 6         4  Russia I Andreev 6 2 4
7  Argentina H Zeballos 5 0r          Poland Ł Kubot 2 6 6
   Spain M Granollers 7 3          Spain M Granollers 6 1 61  
   Italy F Fognini 6 6          Italy F Fognini 0 6 77  
   Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 4 0            Italy F Fognini 3 1  
   Poland Ł Kubot 7 77            Poland Ł Kubot 6 6    
   Spain Ó Hernández 5 62          Poland Ł Kubot 6 6  
   Germany S Greul 2 62       2  Spain A Montañés 2 2    
2  Spain A Montañés 6 77    

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