1998 Sybase Open – Singles

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Singles
1998 Sybase Open
Champion United States Andre Agassi
Runner-up United States Pete Sampras
Final score 6–2, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Pete Sampras was the two-time defending champion,[1] but lost in the final to Andre Agassi, 2–6, 4–6.[2]

Seeds[edit]

  1. United States Pete Sampras (Final)
  2. United States Michael Chang (Semifinals)
  3. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (Second Round)
  4. Australia Mark Philippoussis (First Round)
  5. Australia Todd Woodbridge (First Round)
  6. Australia Richard Fromberg (First Round)
  7. Germany Tommy Haas (Quarterfinals)
  8. Australia Mark Woodforde (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 United States Pete Sampras 6 2 6
Q Netherlands John van Lottum 3 6 2
1 United States Pete Sampras 2 4
WC United States Andre Agassi 6 6
WC United States Andre Agassi 6 77
2 United States Michael Chang 4 64

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States P Sampras 6 6
United States J Stark 3 4 1 United States P Sampras 6 77
Italy A Gaudenzi 3 1 Spain J Burillo 3 62
Spain J Burillo 6 6 1 United States P Sampras 6 6
WC United States M Washington 7 6 8 Australia M Woodforde 0 2
Paraguay R Delgado 5 2 WC United States M Washington 5 5
Zimbabwe W Black 78 2 4 8 Australia M Woodforde 7 7
8 Australia M Woodforde 66 6 6 1 United States P Sampras 6 2 6
4/WC Australia M Philippoussis 4 3 Q Netherlands J van Lottum 3 6 2
United States V Spadea 6 6 United States V Spadea 5 77 2
Q Netherlands J van Lottum 6 4 6 Q Netherlands J van Lottum 7 62 6
United States A O'Brien 3 6 2 Q Netherlands J van Lottum 2 6 710
Spain E Benfele Álvarez 61 5 United States T Martin 6 4 68
Q Brazil J Oncins 77 7 Q Brazil J Oncins 3 63
United States T Martin 6 7 United States T Martin 6 77
5 Australia T Woodbridge 4 5

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Australia R Fromberg 77 2 4
Sweden T Nydahl 65 6 6 Sweden T Nydahl 4 61
Armenia S Sargsian 3 6 4 Q United States J-M Gambill 6 77
Q United States J-M Gambill 6 1 6 Q United States J-M Gambill 5 67
WC United States A Agassi 6 6 WC United States A Agassi 7 79
Spain A Martín 2 2 WC United States A Agassi 6 6
United States J Gimelstob 65 6 1 3 Brazil G Kuerten 3 1
3 Brazil G Kuerten 77 4 6 WC United States A Agassi 6 77
7 Germany T Haas 6 6 2 United States M Chang 4 64
Spain JA Viloca-Puig 1 4 7 Germany T Haas 6 6
United States R Reneberg 4 2 South Africa G Stafford 2 3
South Africa G Stafford 6 6 7 Germany T Haas 3 77 4
Q Switzerland G Bastl 6 2 6 2 United States M Chang 6 63 6
Brazil F Meligeni 1 6 3 Q Switzerland G Bastl 5 3
Germany M Craca 2 4 2 United States M Chang 7 6
2 United States M Chang 6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sampras Survives A Big Scare / Rusedski retires with sore wrist". SF Gate. 17 February 1997. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
  2. ^ "Agassi Dominates Sampras in Upset". New York Times. 16 February 1998. Retrieved 10 November 2014.