1997 Monte Carlo Open – Singles

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Singles
1997 Monte Carlo Open
Champion Chile Marcelo Ríos
Runner-up Spain Álex Corretja
Final score 6–4, 6–3, 6–3
Details
Seeds 16
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1996 · Monte Carlo Open · 1998 →

Thomas Muster was the defending champion but he lost in the second round to Fabrice Santoro.

Marcelo Ríos won in the final 6–4, 6–3, 6–3 against Àlex Corretja.

Seeds[edit]

The top eight seeds received a bye to the second round.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                       
7 Chile Marcelo Ríos 6 77  
6 Spain Carlos Moyà 4 65  
7 Chile Marcelo Ríos 6 6 6    
12 Spain Álex Corretja 4 3 3    
12 Spain Álex Corretja 6 6  
WC France Fabrice Santoro 4 4  

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
WC/1 United States P Sampras 6 2 3
  Sweden M Larsson 6 6     Sweden M Larsson 3 6 6
  Morocco H Arazi 3 3     Sweden M Larsson 7 6  
  Czech Republic D Vacek 6 6     Czech Republic D Vacek 5 0  
  Sweden M Tillström 1 3     Czech Republic D Vacek 77 6  
  Spain R Carretero 62 0   15 Switzerland M Rosset 65 1  
15 Switzerland M Rosset 77 6     Sweden M Larsson 2 1  
10 Spain Á Costa 6 6   7 Chile M Ríos 6 6  
  Sweden J Björkman 4 0   10 Spain Á Costa 6 6  
  Czech Republic S Doseděl 6 3 6   Czech Republic S Doseděl 3 3  
Q Brazil G Kuerten 1 6 1 10 Spain Á Costa 63 4  
WC Italy A Gaudenzi 6 6   7 Chile M Ríos 77 6  
  France L Roux 1 2   WC Italy A Gaudenzi 2 2  
7 Chile M Ríos 6 6  

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
4 Netherlands R Krajicek 6 6  
  Germany M Stich 3 7 7   Germany M Stich 3 0  
  Australia M Woodforde 6 5 5 4 Netherlands R Krajicek 6 6  
  Australia M Philippoussis 7 77     Australia M Philippoussis 3 2  
  Argentina H Gumy 5 65     Australia M Philippoussis 7 7  
  Slovakia D Hrbatý 77 5 4 13 United States J Courier 5 5  
13 United States J Courier 61 7 6 4 Netherlands R Krajicek 6 2 4
11 Spain F Mantilla 6 6   6 Spain C Moyà 1 6 6
  Czech Republic M Damm 1 1   11 Spain F Mantilla 2 4  
  Ukraine A Medvedev 4 6 6   Ukraine A Medvedev 6 6  
WC Sweden N Kulti 6 2 3   Ukraine A Medvedev 4 63  
  Sweden T Johansson 1 2   6 Spain C Moyà 6 77  
  Spain F Clavet 6 6     Spain F Clavet 1 6 1
6 Spain C Moyà 6 4 6

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
5 Sweden T Enqvist 5 6 3
  Sweden M Gustafsson 62 2     Czech Republic B Ulihrach 7 4 6
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 77 6     Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6 65 0
  France C Pioline 6 6   12 Spain Á Corretja 4 77 6
WC Italy O Camporese 3 4     France C Pioline 4 3  
Q Portugal N Marques 0 0   12 Spain Á Corretja 6 6  
12 Spain Á Corretja 6 6   12 Spain Á Corretja 6 6  
14 Spain A Berasategui 6 7     Norway C Ruud 2 0  
  Netherlands P Haarhuis 3 5   14 Spain A Berasategui 3 6 4
Q Spain E Benfele Álvarez 6 3 6 Q Spain E Benfele Álvarez 6 3 6
  Morocco K Alami 3 6 0 Q Spain E Benfele Álvarez 7 63 1
  Norway C Ruud 6 6     Norway C Ruud 5 77 6
  Netherlands S Schalken 4 2     Norway C Ruud 6 2 6
3 Russia Y Kafelnikov 4 6 4

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
8 South Africa W Ferreira 4 65  
Q Spain C Costa 6 5 6 Q Spain C Costa 6 77  
  Slovakia K Kučera 3 7 3 Q Spain C Costa 6 7  
Q Italy D Sanguinetti 2 78 4   France A Boetsch 4 5  
  France A Boetsch 6 66 6   France A Boetsch 3 6 6
  Italy R Furlan 1 6 77   Italy R Furlan 6 4 2
9 Germany B Becker 6 3 64 Q Spain C Costa 3 5  
16 Spain S Bruguera 6 6   WC France F Santoro 6 7  
  Spain J Sánchez 4 1   16 Spain S Bruguera 6 6  
  Netherlands J Siemerink 77 6     Netherlands J Siemerink 4 4  
Q Russia A Merinov 62 3   16 Spain S Bruguera 6 5 1
Q Spain F Roig 4 1   WC France F Santoro 3 7 6
WC France F Santoro 6 6   WC France F Santoro 6 77  
2 Austria T Muster 2 63  

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