1996 Oporto Open – Singles

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Singles
1996 Oporto Open
1995 Champion Spain Alberto Berasategui
Champion Spain Félix Mantilla
Runner-up Argentina Hernán Gumy
Final score 6–7(5–7), 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1995 · Oporto Open

Alberto Berasategui was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Mikael Tillström.

Félix Mantilla won in the final 6–7(5–7), 6–4, 6–3 against Hernán Gumy.

Seeds[edit]

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

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain C Moyá 77 6  
Q Spain J Alonso 63 2   1 Spain C Moyá 6 3 7
WC Spain E Sánchez 1 2   Q Portugal B Mota 1 6 5
Q Portugal B Mota 6 6   1 Spain C Moyá 6 6  
  Belgium J van Herck 6 6     Belgium J van Herck 1 2  
  Germany L Burgsmüller 3 3     Belgium J van Herck 6 6  
  Italy O Camporese 6 6     Italy O Camporese 4 2  
7 Belgium F Dewulf 0 3   1 Spain C Moyá 0 4  
3 Spain A Berasategui 3 6 0   Spain F Mantilla 6 6  
  Sweden M Tillström 6 3 6   Sweden M Tillström 3 5  
  Spain F Mantilla 6 4 6   Spain F Mantilla 6 7  
  Spain G Blanco 2 6 2   Spain F Mantilla 711 6  
  Belgium K Goossens 6 1 3 5 Spain T Carbonell 69 3  
Q Spain I Truyol 3 6 6 Q Spain I Truyol 4 3  
  Portugal N Marques 5 7 5 5 Spain T Carbonell 6 6  
5 Spain T Carbonell 7 5 7   Spain Félix Mantilla 65 6 6
6 Argentina H Gumy 6 6   6 Argentina Hernán Gumy 77 4 3
  Portugal J Cunha e Silva 2 0   6 Argentina H Gumy 6 6  
  Russia A Chesnokov 6 77     Russia A Chesnokov 3 2  
  Spain J Arrese 4 64   6 Argentina H Gumy 6 6  
WC Portugal E Couto 1 4     Italy S Pescosolido 4 2  
  Italy S Pescosolido 6 6     Italy S Pescosolido 6 4 78
  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 1 6 1 4 Spain F Clavet 1 6 66
4 Spain F Clavet 6 4 6 6 Argentina H Gumy 77 6  
8 Morocco K Alami 2 2     Norway C Ruud 65 2  
  Australia R Fromberg 6 6     Australia R Fromberg 6 7  
  Ecuador N Lapentti 3 78 6   Ecuador N Lapentti 2 5  
Q Spain F Roig 6 66 1   Australia R Fromberg 2 6 4
  Hungary S Noszály 77 6     Norway C Ruud 6 2 6
WC Spain R Carretero 63 2     Hungary S Noszály 1 1  
  Norway C Ruud 2 6 6   Norway C Ruud 6 6  
2 Spain C Costa 6 3 3

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