2010 HP Open – Singles

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2010 HP Open
Champion   Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn
Runner-up   Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm
Final score   7–5, 6–7(4), 6–1
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2010 HP Open

Samantha Stosur was the defending champion and top seed, but she was eliminated by Kimiko Date-Krumm in the quarterfinals 5–7, 6–3, 7–6(4).
Tamarine Tanasugarn won the title 7–5, 6–7(4), 6–1 by defeating the 40 year old Date-Krumm in the final. With Tanasugarn herself being 33 years old, it was the oldest known final (73 years combined) in the history of women's tennis.[1]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Australia Samantha Stosur (Quarterfinals)
  2. France Marion Bartoli (Semifinals)
  3. Israel Shahar Pe'er (Semifinals)
  4. Russia Maria Kirilenko (Second Round, retired due to a left hip injury)
  5. Russia Alla Kudryavtseva (First Round)
  6. Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm (Final)
  7. Czech Republic Iveta Benešová (Quarterfinals)
  8. Hungary Gréta Arn (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  6  Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm 3 7 7  
3  Israel Shahar Pe'er 6 65 5  
  6  Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm 5 7 1
     Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn 7 64 6
   Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn 6 7  
  2  France Marion Bartoli 2 5    

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  Australia S Stosur 6 6    
WC  Japan S Ishizu 0 3       1  Australia S Stosur 6 6    
   Japan J Namigata 6 6          Japan J Namigata 0 3    
Q  Japan T Yonemura 2 3         1  Australia S Stosur 7 3 64  
WC  Japan A Nakamura 7 2 6       6  Japan K Date-Krumm 5 6 7  
   Russia A Panova 65 6 3     WC  Japan A Nakamura 2 0  
Q  United Kingdom L Robson 3 3       6  Japan K Date-Krumm 6 6    
6  Japan K Date-Krumm 6 6         6  Japan K Date-Krumm 3 7 7
3  Israel S Pe'er 6 6         3  Israel S Pe'er 6 65 5
   Japan M Doi 2 3       3  Israel S Pe'er 3 6 6  
   Italy C Dentoni 4 2       WC  Japan R Fuda 6 1 3  
WC  Japan R Fuda 6 6         3  Israel S Pe'er 6 6  
   Italy A Brianti 7 3 6       7  Czech Republic I Benešová 2 0    
   Japan A Morita 5 6 4        Italy A Brianti 1 5  
Q  United States C McHale 4 3       7  Czech Republic I Benešová 6 7    
7  Czech Republic I Benešová 6 6    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
5  Russia A Kudryavtseva 1 2    
   United States C Vandeweghe 6 6          United States C Vandeweghe 7 5 4  
   Thailand T Tanasugarn 6 7          Thailand T Tanasugarn 5 7 6  
   Slovakia M Rybáriková 2 5            Thailand T Tanasugarn 6 2 6  
   United States L Osterloh 5 4            Chinese Taipei K-c Chang 3 6 4  
   Chinese Taipei K-c Chang 7 6          Chinese Taipei K-c Chang 6    
   Japan K Nara 1 0       4  Russia M Kirilenko 4 r    
4  Russia M Kirilenko 6 6            Thailand T Tanasugarn 6 7  
8  Hungary G Arn 1 2         2  France M Bartoli 2 5  
   Ukraine O Savchuk 6 6          Ukraine O Savchuk 1 1    
   United States J Craybas 6 6          United States J Craybas 6 6    
Q  South Africa N Grandin 4 2            United States J Craybas 1 2  
   Australia S Ferguson 4 65         2  France M Bartoli 6 6    
   Switzerland S Vögele 6 7          Switzerland S Vögele 2 2  
   France J Coin 2 1       2  France M Bartoli 6 6    
2  France M Bartoli 6 6    

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tanasugarn Wins Historic Final". Sony Ericsson WTA Tour. Archived from the original on 18 October 2010. Retrieved 17 October 2010. 

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