1991 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament

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1991 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
Date 25 February – 3 March
Edition 19th
Category ATP World Series
Draw 32S / 16D
Prize money $450,000
Surface Carpet / indoor
Location Rotterdam, Netherlands
Venue Ahoy Rotterdam
Champions
Singles
Italy Omar Camporese [1]
Doubles
United States Patrick Galbraith / Sweden Anders Järryd [2]
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The 1991 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament was a men's tennis tournament played on indoor carpet courts. It was the 19th edition of the event known that year as the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, and was part of the ATP World Series of the 1991 ATP Tour. It took place at the Ahoy Rotterdam indoor sporting arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands, from 25 February through 3 March 1991. Unseeded Omar Camporese won the singles title.

The singles line up was headlined by Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) No. 3, Australian Open runner-up, Philadelphia and Memphis winner Ivan Lendl, reigning Rome champion, ATP Comeback Player of the Year Thomas Muster, and Estoril titlist Emilio Sánchez. Also present were Wimbledon semifinalist Goran Ivanišević, Monte Carlo and Tel Aviv winner Andrei Chesnokov, Jonas Svensson, Jakob Hlasek and Karel Nováček.

Champions[edit]

Singles[edit]

Italy Omar Camporese defeated Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 3–6, 7–6(7–4), 7–6(7–4)

  • It was Omar Camporese's 1st career title.

Doubles[edit]

United States Patrick Galbraith / Sweden Anders Järryd defeated United States Steve DeVries / Australia David Macpherson 7–6, 6–2

Draws[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Upper half[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
                                       
1 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 6 6
Netherlands Tom Nijssen 3 1
1 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 6 6
Sweden Nicklas Kulti 4 0
Sweden Nicklas Kulti 6 6
Germany Christian Saceanu 2 4
1 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 3 6 7
7 Switzerland Jakob Hlasek 6 3 5
Q Czech Republic Slava Doseděl 7 5 7
France Henri Leconte 5 7 63
Q Czech Republic Slava Doseděl 3 4
7 Switzerland Jakob Hlasek 6 6
WC Australia Pat Cash 2 4
7 Switzerland Jakob Hlasek 6 6
1 Czech Republic Ivan Lendl 7 6
Sweden Anders Järryd 5 4
3 Spain Emilio Sánchez 6 6
Q Belgium Libor Pimek 3 3
3 Spain Emilio Sánchez 2 2
Sweden Anders Järryd 6 6
Israel Amos Mansdorf 4 2
Sweden Anders Järryd 6 6
Sweden Anders Järryd 7 6
Netherlands Jan Siemerink 65 2
Netherlands Mark Koevermans 6 4 2
Netherlands Jan Siemerink 3 6 6
Netherlands Jan Siemerink 4 6 6
5 Russia Andrei Chesnokov 6 3 2
WC Netherlands Richard Krajicek 4 3
5 Russia Andrei Chesnokov 6 6

Lower half[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
                                       
6 Sweden Jonas Svensson 5 6 3
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 7 0 6
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 6 3 6
Sweden Magnus Gustafsson 3 6 1
Spain Jordi Arrese 1 0 r
Sweden Magnus Gustafsson 6 3
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 7 6
Sweden Christian Bergström 5 3
Sweden Magnus Larsson 6 4 6
WC Netherlands Michiel Schapers 4 6 4
Sweden Magnus Larsson 2 5
Sweden Christian Bergström 6 7
Sweden Christian Bergström 7 7
4 Croatia Goran Ivanišević 63 64
Netherlands Paul Haarhuis 7 2 62
Italy Omar Camporese 65 6 7
8 Czech Republic Karel Nováček 6 6
Haiti Ronald Agénor 3 1
8 Czech Republic Karel Nováček 64 6 6
Spain Javier Sánchez 7 3 3
Spain Javier Sánchez 6 6
Australia Todd Woodbridge 1 4
8 Czech Republic Karel Nováček 4 5
Italy Omar Camporese 6 7
Germany Eric Jelen 2 6 2
Italy Omar Camporese 6 2 6
Italy Omar Camporese 6 6
Austria Alex Antonitsch 3 4
Austria Alex Antonitsch 2 7 6
2 Austria Thomas Muster 6 5 2

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