1998 SEAT Open – Singles

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Singles
1998 SEAT Open
1997 Champion South Africa Amanda Coetzer
Champion France Mary Pierce
Runner-up Italy Silvia Farina
Final score 6–0, 2–0 (Farina retired)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Amanda Coetzer was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Elena Tatarkova.

Mary Pierce won the final 6–0, 2–0 after Silvia Farina was forced to retire.

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.

  1. France Nathalie Tauziat (Semifinals)
  2. France Mary Pierce (Champion)
  3. Romania Irina Spîrlea (Quarterfinals)
  4. South Africa Amanda Coetzer (First Round)
  5. Japan Ai Sugiyama (Quarterfinals)
  6. Germany Anke Huber (Quarterfinals)
  7. Croatia Iva Majoli (Second Round)
  8. Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
  Italy Silvia Farina 0 0 r
2 France Mary Pierce 6 2  

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 France N Tauziat 6 6  
  Spain V Ruano Pascual 4 2   Q Austria S Plischke 2 4  
Q Austria S Plischke 6 6   1 France N Tauziat 6 6  
  France A Mauresmo 6 6   6 Germany A Huber 3 3  
  Zimbabwe C Black 3 4     France A Mauresmo 3 7 1
  Hungary R Kuti-Kis 5 2   6 Germany A Huber 6 6 6
6 Germany A Huber 7 6   1 France N Tauziat 2 6 3
3 Romania I Spîrlea 6 6     Italy S Farina 6 2 6
WC Netherlands M Oremans 3 1   3 Romania I Spîrlea 6 6  
  Spain M Serna 7 4 0   Belgium S Appelmans 3 1  
  Belgium S Appelmans 5 6 6 3 Romania I Spîrlea 4 6 3
  South Africa J Kruger 3 3     Italy S Farina 6 4 6
WC Luxembourg A Kremer 6 6   WC Luxembourg A Kremer 4 2  
  Italy S Farina 6 6     Italy S Farina 6 6  
8 Slovakia H Nagyová 3 3  

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Croatia I Majoli 6 6  
  Romania R Dragomir 2 4   7 Croatia I Majoli 2 4  
  Poland M Grzybowska 6 1 r Q Russia E Kulikovskaya 6 6  
Q Russia E Kulikovskaya 1 5   Q Russia E Kulikovskaya 2 0  
  Russia E Likhovtseva 6 6     Russia E Likhovtseva 6 6  
Q Italy R Grande 1 1     Russia E Likhovtseva 6 6  
  Ukraine E Tatarkova 6 6     Ukraine E Tatarkova 2 1  
4 South Africa A Coetzer 1 4     Russia E Likhovtseva 1 5  
5 Japan A Sugiyama 6 3 6 2 France M Pierce 6 7  
Q Czech Republic K Hrdličková 3 6 1 5 Japan A Sugiyama 6 4 6
  France A Fusai 1 4     Austria B Schett 4 6 4
  Austria B Schett 6 6   5 Japan A Sugiyama 3 2  
  France A-G Sidot 3 1   2 France M Pierce 6 6  
  France S Pitkowski 6 6     France S Pitkowski 6 1 3
2 France M Pierce 4 6 6

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