2010 MercedesCup – Singles

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2010 MercedesCup
Champion   Spain Albert Montañés
Runner-up   France Gaël Monfils
Final score   6–2, 1–2, RET.
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2010 MercedesCup

Jérémy Chardy was the defending champion; however, he lost to Daniel Gimeno-Traver in the first round.
Albert Montañés became the new champion, after his victory against Gaël Monfils in the final. Monfils retired during the second set.

Seeds[edit]

The top four seeds receive a bye into the second round.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Spain Daniel Gimeno-Traver 4 6 0  
3  France Gaël Monfils 6 4 6  
  3  France Gaël Monfils 2 1 r
  5  Spain Albert Montañés 6 2  
4  Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero 3 66  
  5  Spain Albert Montañés 6 7    

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
 
    1  Russia N Davydenko 67 6 1  
   Spain D Gimeno-Traver 7 66 6        Spain D Gimeno-Traver 7 2 6  
   France J Chardy 5 7 3          Spain D Gimeno-Traver 6 6    
Q  Romania V Crivoi 2 3            Switzerland M Chiudinelli 1 3    
WC  Germany B Phau 6 6       WC  Germany B Phau 63 3  
   Switzerland M Chiudinelli 7 6          Switzerland M Chiudinelli 7 6    
8  Romania V Hănescu 64 3            Spain D Gimeno-Traver 4 6 0
      3  France G Monfils 6 4 6
    3  France G Monfils 6 5 6  
Q  Germany B Knittel 6 4 3     Q  Spain P Andújar 4 7 4  
Q  Spain P Andújar 4 6 6       3  France G Monfils 5 6 6
Q  Spain I Navarro 6 3 2          Germany F Mayer 7 3 4  
   Spain G García-López 4 6 6        Spain G García-López 3 1  
   Germany F Mayer 6 6          Germany F Mayer 6 6    
6  Germany P Kohlschreiber 4 2    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
7  France G Simon 6 3 7  
WC  Jamaica D Brown 3 6 61     7  France G Simon 4 5    
   Germany S Greul 7 6          Germany S Greul 6 7    
   Germany M Berrer 66 4            Germany S Greul 3 5    
   Germany A Beck 4 5         4  Spain JC Ferrero 6 7    
   Argentina H Zeballos 6 7          Argentina H Zeballos 7 63 2
    4  Spain JC Ferrero 61 7 6  
      4  Spain JC Ferrero 3 66  
5  Spain A Montañés 2 7 6       5  Spain A Montañés 6 7  
   Germany P Petzschner 6 5 2     5  Spain A Montañés 7 3 6  
   Argentina JI Chela 6 7          Argentina JI Chela 5 6 2  
   Argentina E Schwank 2 5         5  Spain A Montañés 6 6  
WC  Germany M Zverev 6 6         2  Austria J Melzer 4 1    
   Ukraine S Stakhovsky 4 3       WC  Germany M Zverev 5 5  
    2  Austria J Melzer 7 7    
 

References[edit]