1997 Warsaw Cup by Heros – Singles

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Singles
1997 Warsaw Cup by Heros
1996 Champion Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová
Champion Austria Barbara Paulus
Runner-up Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová
Final score 6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1996 · Warsaw Cup by Heros · 1998 →

Henrieta Nagyová was the defending champion but lost in the final 6–4, 6–4 against Barbara Paulus.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated. The top two seeds received a bye to the second round.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
1 Austria Barbara Paulus 6 6  
6 Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová 4 4  

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Austria B Paulus 6 6  
  Belgium S de Ville 6 3 2/r   Germany M Babel 0 0  
  Germany M Babel 4 6 5 1 Austria B Paulus 6 6  
Q Spain G León García 6 6     Spain G León García 2 0  
WC Poland A Olsza 2 1     Spain G León García 6 6  
  Germany J Kandarr 6 6   7 Czech Republic D Chládková 4 3  
7 Czech Republic D Chládková 7 7   1 Austria B Paulus 6 6  
3 Slovakia K Habšudová 3 6 4   Spain V Ruano Pascual 2 1  
  South Africa J Kruger 6 2 6   South Africa J Kruger 6 6  
  Netherlands K Boogert 6 5 7   Netherlands K Boogert 4 2  
  Italy F Perfetti 4 7 6   South Africa J Kruger 5 5  
Q Czech Republic L Němečková 6 5 6   Spain V Ruano-Pascual 7 7  
  Belgium L Courtois 4 7 4 Q Czech Republic L Němečková 4 6 1
  Spain V Ruano-Pascual 6 5 7   Spain V Ruano-Pascual 6 4 6
5 Austria B Schett 1 7 5

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 6  
  Czech Republic S Kleinová 4 4   6 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 6  
Q Ukraine O Lugina 6 6   Q Ukraine O Lugina 2 1  
  Austria M Maruska 3 2   6 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 6  
  Spain C Torrens Valero 6 6     Spain C Torrens Valero 3 1  
Q Ukraine E Tatarkova 4 4     Spain C Torrens Valero 2 6 6
  Argentina I Gorrochategui 3 2   4 Switzerland P Schnyder 6 2 2
4 Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6   6 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 7  
8 Slovakia K Studeníková 6 6   2 Romania R Dragomir 4 5  
WC Poland M Grzybowska 3 2   8 Slovakia K Studeníková 1 6 6
  Italy S Cecchini 6 6     Italy S Cecchini 6 3 3
  Czech Republic P Langrová 3 2   8 Slovakia K Studeníková 2 3  
  Spain M Sánchez Lorenzo 2 6 6 2 Romania R Dragomir 6 6  
  France A Dechaume-Balleret 6 4 2   Spain M Sánchez Lorenzo 3 6 1
2 Romania R Dragomir 6 2 6

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