1996 Copenhagen Open – Singles

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Singles
1996 Copenhagen Open
1995 Champion Germany Martin Sinner
Champion France Cédric Pioline
Runner-up Denmark Kenneth Carlsen
Final score 6–2, 7–6(9–7)
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1995 · Copenhagen Open · 1997 →

Martin Sinner was the defending champion but lost in the quarterfinals to Tim Henman.

Cédric Pioline won in the final 6–2, 7–6(9–7) against Kenneth Carlsen.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

  1. Netherlands Jan Siemerink (Second Round)
  2. Czech Republic Bohdan Ulihrach (First Round)
  3. France Cédric Pioline (Champion)
  4. Belgium Filip Dewulf (Quarterfinals)
  5. Sweden Mikael Tillström (Quarterfinals)
  6. France Guillaume Raoux (Second Round)
  7. Denmark Kenneth Carlsen (Final)
  8. Germany Marc-Kevin Goellner (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Netherlands J Siemerink 6 65 6
Q Sweden M Stadling 3 77 4 1 Netherlands J Siemerink 4 77 63
  France L Roux 6 65 1   Germany M Sinner 6 63 77
  Germany M Sinner 4 77 6   Germany M Sinner 5 1  
  Sweden H Holm 6 5 65   United Kingdom T Henman 7 6  
  United Kingdom T Henman 4 7 77   United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
WC Sweden A Järryd 3 4   8 Germany M-K Goellner 3 3  
8 Germany M-K Goellner 6 6     United Kingdom T Henman 3 6 1
3 France C Pioline 7 6   3 France C Pioline 6 3 6
  United States J Tarango 5 4   3 France C Pioline 6 6  
  Morocco K Alami 4 4     Germany C-U Steeb 3 2  
  Germany C-U Steeb 6 6   3 France C Pioline 6 79  
Q Denmark T Andersen 62 2   5 Sweden M Tillström 3 67  
  Czech Republic M Damm 77 6     Czech Republic M Damm 66 67  
Q Russia A Volkov 5 62   5 Sweden M Tillström 78 79  
5 Sweden M Tillström 7 77   3 France Cédric Pioline 6 79  
6 France G Raoux 6 6   7 Denmark Kenneth Carlsen 2 67  
WC Denmark P Langvardt 1 2   6 France G Raoux 2 6 61
  Uzbekistan O Ogorodov 4 4     Belgium J van Herck 6 3 77
  Belgium J van Herck 6 6     Belgium J van Herck 6 7  
  France J Golmard 2 4   4 Belgium F Dewulf 3 5  
  Hungary S Noszály 6 6     Hungary S Noszály 3 3  
  Denmark F Fetterlein 3 4   4 Belgium F Dewulf 6 6  
4 Belgium F Dewulf 6 6     Belgium J van Herck 65 3  
7 Denmark K Carlsen 6 6   7 Denmark K Carlsen 77 6  
  Portugal N Marques 3 1   7 Denmark K Carlsen 6 63 6
WC Denmark M Christensen 2 4   Q Italy O Camporese 4 77 4
Q Italy O Camporese 6 6   7 Denmark K Carlsen 6 4 77
  Sweden T Johansson 3 4     Sweden M Gustafsson 3 6 63
  Sweden J Apell 6 6     Sweden J Apell 3 64  
  Sweden M Gustafsson 6 6     Sweden M Gustafsson 6 77  
2 Czech Republic B Ulihrach 2 4  

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