1998 ANZ Tasmanian International – Singles

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Singles
1998 ANZ Tasmanian International
1997 Champion Belgium Dominique Van Roost
Champion Switzerland Patty Schnyder
Runner-up Belgium Dominique Van Roost
Final score 6–3, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1997 · ANZ Tasmanian International · 1999 →

Dominique Van Roost was the defending champion but lost in the final 6–3, 6–2 against Patty Schnyder.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Belgium Dominique Van Roost (Final)
  2. Switzerland Patty Schnyder (Champion)
  3. South Africa Joannette Kruger (Semifinals)
  4. Japan Naoko Sawamatsu (Second Round)
  5. Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová (Quarterfinals)
  6. France Anne-Gaëlle Sidot (Quarterfinals)
  7. Austria Barbara Schett (Quarterfinals)
  8. Russia Elena Likhovtseva (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Belgium D Van Roost 6 6  
  Thailand T Tanasugarn 2 2   1 Belgium D Van Roost 6 6  
  Belgium L Courtois 6 6     Belgium L Courtois 0 4  
  Spain M Serna 1 1   1 Belgium D Van Roost 7 6  
  Czech Republic S Kleinová 6 0 3 Q China F Li 5 3  
  France J Halard-Decugis 2 6 6   France J Halard-Decugis 6 2 1
Q China F Li 6 5 7 Q China F Li 3 6 6
8 Russia E Likhovtseva 2 7 5 1 Belgium D Van Roost 6 6 6
4 Japan N Sawamatsu 7 6     Poland M Grzybowska 7 1 3
  Italy S Farina 5 4   4 Japan N Sawamatsu 6 6 5
  Poland M Grzybowska 6 6     Poland M Grzybowska 3 7 7
  France N Dechy 2 2     Poland M Grzybowska 6 2  
Q United States S Cacic 2 3   5 Slovakia H Nagyová 1 1 r
  Italy R Grande 6 6     Italy R Grande 3 6 0
  Venezuela M Vento 3 2   5 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 3 6
5 Slovakia H Nagyová 6 6   1 Belgium D Van Roost 3 2  
6 France A-G Sidot 6 6   2 Switzerland Patty Schnyder 6 6  
  Sweden Å Carlsson 1 4   6 France A-G Sidot 6 6 6
  Austria M Maruska 7 7     Austria M Maruska 7 2 2
  Spain M Sánchez Lorenzo 6 6   6 France A-G Sidot 5 2  
  Spain V Ruano Pascual 6 3   3 South Africa J Kruger 7 6  
  Germany M Babel 2 0 r   Spain V Ruano Pascual 4 3  
  France S Pitkowski 3 6   3 South Africa J Kruger 6 6  
3 South Africa J Kruger 6 7   3 South Africa J Kruger 6 2  
7 Austria B Schett 6 6   2 Switzerland P Schnyder 7 6  
  Argentina F Labat 3 2   7 Austria B Schett 6 6  
Q Canada J Nejedly 4 6 6 Q Canada J Nejedly 2 0  
  Czech Republic D Chládková 6 4 2 7 Austria B Schett 4 6 3
WC Australia S Drake-Brockman 0 1   2 Switzerland P Schnyder 6 1 6
Q Czech Republic A Gerši 6 6   Q Czech Republic A Gerši 3 3  
WC Australia A Ellwood 6 6 1 2 Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
2 Switzerland P Schnyder 4 7 6

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