2000 Heineken Open – Singles

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Singles
2000 Heineken Open
Champion Sweden Magnus Norman
Runner-up United States Michael Chang
Final score 3–6, 6–3, 7–5
Details
Draw 32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds 8
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1999 · Heineken Open · 2001 →

Second-seeded Magnus Norman defeated Michael Chang 3–6, 6–3, 7–5 in the final to win the singles competition at the 2000 Heineken Open men's tennis tournament. Tommy Haas was the defending champion.[1]

Seeds[edit]

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

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Germany T Haas 7 4 7
  United States J Tarango 5 6 5 1 Germany T Haas 4 5  
  Argentina F Squillari 5 5   Q Spain J Balcells 6 7  
Q Spain J Balcells 7 7   Q Spain J Balcells 4 6 6
  Spain A Berasategui 3 1   7 Spain J C Ferrero 6 3 1
  Spain A Martín 6 6     Spain A Martín 77 2 4
  Switzerland R Federer 4 4   7 Spain J C Ferrero 62 6 6
7 Spain J C Ferrero 6 6   Q Spain J Balcells 3 6 2
4 France N Escudé 6 67 1   United States M Chang 6 3 6
Q United States M Sell 0 79 6 Q United States M Sell 6 4 61
  Zimbabwe B Black 5 6 61   United States M Chang 4 6 77
  United States M Chang 7 4 77   United States M Chang 7 3 1
  Sweden M Gustafsson 6 6     Sweden M Gustafsson 5 6 0/R
WC New Zealand M Nielsen 4 4     Sweden M Gustafsson 6 6  
Q United States G Weiner 65 1   5 Sweden T Johansson 2 3  
5 Sweden T Johansson 77 6     United States Michael Chang 6 3 5
6 Netherlands S Schalken 6 4 6 2 Sweden Magnus Norman 3 6 7
  Croatia G Ivanišević 1 6 4 6 Netherlands S Schalken 6 6  
SE Germany M Hantschk 2 2   Q Germany T Behrend 4 1  
Q Germany T Behrend 6 6   6 Netherlands S Schalken 1 2  
  Armenia S Sargsian 5 6 5   Argentina G Gaudio 6 6  
  Argentina G Gaudio 7 4 7   Argentina G Gaudio 6 64 77
WC Sweden J Björkman 5 4   3 Czech Republic J Novák 4 77 64
3 Czech Republic J Novák 7 6     Argentina G Gaudio 4 5  
8 Switzerland M Rosset 6 6   2 Sweden M Norman 6 7  
  Spain F Vicente 4 3   8 Switzerland M Rosset 6 6  
  United States C Woodruff 1 3   Netherlands J van Lottum 3 2  
  Netherlands J van Lottum 6 6   8 Switzerland M Rosset 2 2  
  United States J Gambill 4 6 6 2 Sweden M Norman 6 6  
WC Australia R Fromberg 6 3 4   United States J Gambill 3 3  
LL Brazil F Costa 2 5   2 Sweden M Norman 6 6  
2 Sweden M Norman 6 7  

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