1998 Monte Carlo Open – Singles

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Singles
1998 Monte Carlo Open
Champion Spain Carlos Moyà[1]
Runner-up France Cédric Pioline
Final score 6–3, 6–0, 7–5
Details
Seeds 16
Events
Singles Doubles
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Marcelo Ríos was the defending champion, but did not participate this year.

Carlos Moyà won the title, defeating Cédric Pioline 6–3, 6–0, 7–5 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. United States Pete Sampras (Third Round)
  2. Czech Republic Petr Korda (Quarterfinals)
  3. United Kingdom Greg Rusedski (Second Round)
  4. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Third Round)
  5. Sweden Jonas Björkman (Second Round)
  6. Spain Álex Corretja (Quarterfinals)
  7. Netherlands Richard Krajicek (Semifinals)
  8. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (Third Round)
  9. Spain Félix Mantilla (First Round)
  10. France Cédric Pioline (Final)
  11. United Kingdom Tim Henman (First Round)
  12. Spain Alberto Berasategui (Semifinals)
  13. Australia Mark Philippoussis (Third Round)
  14. Spain Carlos Moyà (Champion)
  15. Spain Sergi Bruguera (Second Round)
  16. Spain Álbert Costa (Third Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final[1]
                       
10 France Cédric Pioline 6 0 77
12 Spain Alberto Berasategui 3 6 65
10 France Cédric Pioline 3 0 5    
14 Spain Carlos Moyà 6 6 7    
14 Spain Carlos Moyà 4 6 6
7 Netherlands Richard Krajicek 6 1 4

Top Half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 United States P Sampras 6 7  
  United States A Agassi 6 6     United States A Agassi 4 5  
  United States T Martin 2 1   1 United States P Sampras 1 1  
  France F Santoro 6 6     France F Santoro 6 6  
WC France A Clément 2 1     France F Santoro 6 6  
Q United States J Tarango 1 6 5 15 Spain S Bruguera 3 0  
15 Spain S Bruguera 6 1 7   France F Santoro 6 2 4
10 France C Pioline 6 3 6 10 France C Pioline 1 6 6
  Spain C Costa 2 6 3 10 France C Pioline 6 77  
Q Ecuador N Lapentti 2 4   WC France S Grosjean 1 65  
WC France S Grosjean 6 6   10 France C Pioline 78 6  
  Spain A Portas 2 1   8 Brazil G Kuerten 66 1  
  Spain F Clavet 6 6     Spain F Clavet 5 5  
8 Brazil G Kuerten 7 7  

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
3 United Kingdom G Rusedski 4 6 3
WC Germany B Becker 5 6 6 WC Germany B Becker 6 3 6
  Netherlands J Siemerink 7 3 1 WC Germany B Becker 6 6  
  Uruguay M Filippini 6 2 64 13 Australia M Philippoussis 1 1  
  Sweden M Norman 2 6 77   Sweden M Norman 4 3  
  Spain J Alonso 69 6 4 13 Australia M Philippoussis 6 6  
13 Australia M Philippoussis 711 4 6 WC Germany B Becker 77 5 1
12 Spain A Berasategui 6 7   12 Spain A Berasategui 64 7 6
  Australia T Woodbridge 0 5   12 Spain A Berasategui 6 77  
Q Spain J Sánchez 3 6 4 WC Czech Republic D Vacek 0 61  
WC Czech Republic D Vacek 6 4 6 12 Spain A Berasategui 3 6 6
  Czech Republic S Doseděl 77 6     Czech Republic S Doseděl 6 3 3
  Australia R Fromberg 65 4     Czech Republic S Doseděl 6 6  
5 Sweden J Björkman 1 0  

Bottom Half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
6 Spain Á Corretja 77 6  
  Ukraine A Medvedev 4 6 79   Ukraine A Medvedev 64 4  
  Croatia G Ivanišević 6 2 67 6 Spain Á Corretja 77 6  
  New Zealand B Steven 3 1   SE Italy A Gaudenzi 61 4  
SE Italy A Gaudenzi 6 6   SE Italy A Gaudenzi 6 4 6
Q Spain G Blanco 6 6   Q Spain G Blanco 4 6 3
11 United Kingdom T Henman 2 4   6 Spain Á Corretja 3 2  
14 Spain C Moyà 6 6   14 Spain C Moyà 6 6  
  Austria T Muster 0 3   14 Spain C Moyà 6 6  
  Morocco H Arazi 6 6     Morocco H Arazi 1 1  
Q Spain J Burillo 4 0   14 Spain C Moyà 6 6  
  Sweden T Johansson 7 610 3 4 Russia Y Kafelnikov 2 3  
  Australia M Woodforde 5 712 6   Australia M Woodforde 6 2 2
4 Russia Y Kafelnikov 4 6 6

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
7 Netherlands R Krajicek 6 6  
LL Spain J A Viloca 6 6   LL Spain J A Viloca 4 2  
Q Italy D Nargiso 3 4   7 Netherlands R Krajicek 6 6  
  Switzerland M Rosset 1 0r   Czech Republic B Ulihrach 4 0  
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6 3     Czech Republic B Ulihrach 6 6  
  Germany N Kiefer 6 6     Germany N Kiefer 4 2  
9 Spain F Mantilla 1 4   7 Netherlands R Krajicek 4 77 6
16 Spain Á Costa 6 6   2 Czech Republic P Korda 6 61 1
  Sweden T Enqvist 1 3   16 Spain Á Costa 6 6  
  Sweden M Gustafsson 6 7     Sweden M Gustafsson 4 2  
LL Morocco K Alami 3 5   16 Spain Á Costa 7 4 4
Q Netherlands S Schalken 6 2 4 2 Czech Republic P Korda 5 6 6
  South Africa W Ferreira 4 6 6   South Africa W Ferreira 1 3  
2 Czech Republic P Korda 6 6  

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "1998 Monte Carlo". International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 15 December 2014.