1998 Rado Open – Singles

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Singles
1998 Rado Open
Champion Spain Àlex Corretja[1]
Runner-up Germany Boris Becker
Final score 7–6(7–5), 7–5, 6–3
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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The 1998 Rado Open was a men's tennis tournament played on Clay in Gstaad, Switzerland that was part of the International Series of the 1998 ATP Tour. It was the thirty-first edition of the tournament and was held from 6 July – 12 July 1998. This tournament is notable for being the first professional appearance of 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

  1. Chile Marcelo Ríos (Semifinals)
  2. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (First Round)
  3. Spain Àlex Corretja (Champions)
  4. France Cédric Pioline (Second Round)
  5. Spain Félix Mantilla (Quarterfinals)
  6. Spain Albert Costa (Quarterfinals)
  7. Spain Alberto Berasategui (First Round)
  8. Germany Nicolas Kiefer (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final[1]
            
1 Chile Marcelo Ríos 4 64
  Germany Boris Becker 6 7
  Germany Boris Becker 65 5 3
3 Spain Àlex Corretja 7 7 6
3 Spain Àlex Corretja 6 63 6
  Belgium Filip Dewulf 3 7 3

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Chile M Ríos 6 6
Switzerland M Rosset 3 3 1 Chile M Ríos 6 6
Argentina L Arnold 6 6 Argentina L Arnold 4 1
Switzerland R Federer 4 4 1 Chile M Ríos 6 7
Brazil G Kuerten 6 6 Spain F Clavet 3 5
France G Raoux 4 4 Brazil G Kuerten 6 4 4
Spain F Clavet 6 6 Spain F Clavet 2 6 6
7 Spain A Berasategui 4 4 1 Chile M Ríos 4 64
4 France C Pioline 6 6 Germany B Becker 6 7
Ecuador N Lapentti 4 4 4 France C Pioline 62 5
Germany B Becker 6 67 7 Germany B Becker 7 7
Switzerland G Bastl 4 7 5 Germany B Becker 6 6
France F Santoro 7 6 5 Spain F Mantilla 4 4
Czech Republic B Ulihrach 5 3 France F Santoro 4 6 2
5 Spain F Mantilla 6 6 5 Spain F Mantilla 6 0 6
France T Guardiola 2 2

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Spain A Costa 5 6 6
Argentina D Orsanic 7 2 3 6 Spain A Costa 7 6
Spain G Blanco 6 6 Spain G Blanco 63 3
Spain T Carbonell 4 3 6 Spain A Costa 7 2 2
Czech Republic C Doseděl 7 6 3 Spain À Corretja 5 6 6
Switzerland I Heuberger 64 3 Czech Republic C Doseděl 0 5
3 Spain À Corretja 6 4 6 3 Spain À Corretja 6 7
Germany O Gross 4 6 1 3 Spain À Corretja 6 63 6
8 Germany N Kiefer 0 7 7 Belgium F Dewulf 3 7 3
Spain JA Viloca 6 5 68 8 Germany N Kiefer 6 3 6
Spain J Alonso 6 7 Spain J Alonso 3 6 1
France N Escudé 2 5 8 Germany N Kiefer 6 3 4
Belgium F Dewulf 3 7 6 Belgium F Dewulf 1 6 6
Spain A Portas 6 63 2 Belgium F Dewulf 3 7 6
Brazil F Meligeni 6 4 6 Brazil F Meligeni 6 5 3
2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 3 6 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "1998 Swiss Open". International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 29 December 2014.