2001 Chevrolet Cup – Singles

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Singles
2001 Chevrolet Cup
Champion Argentina Guillermo Coria
Runner-up Argentina Gastón Gaudio
Final score 4–6, 6–2, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles

Gustavo Kuerten was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Guillermo Coria won in the final 4–6, 6–2, 7–5 against Gastón Gaudio.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Argentina Mariano Zabaleta 6 3 1  
   Argentina Guillermo Coria 4 6 6  
     Argentina Guillermo Coria 4 6 7
  3  Argentina Gastón Gaudio 6 2 5
3  Argentina Gastón Gaudio 6 2 6
     Spain Albert Portas 2 6 3  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Argentina F Squillari 6 65 77
  Belgium C Rochus 3 77 60 1 Argentina F Squillari 3 3  
  Spain G Puentes 4 2     Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6  
  Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6     Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6  
  Spain S Bruguera 6 62 66   Spain A Martín 4 1  
  Spain A Martín 4 77 78   Spain A Martín 6 6  
  Germany M Hantschk 3 3   6 Morocco H Arazi 2 1  
6 Morocco H Arazi 6 6     Argentina M Zabaleta 6 3 1
4 Spain F Vicente 62 6 3   Argentina G Coria 4 6 6
  Germany D Elsner 77 1 6   Germany D Elsner 5 1  
WC Chile A García 3 3   Q Spain F López 7 6  
Q Spain F López 6 6   Q Spain F López 77 2 5
  Argentina A Calleri 3 4     Argentina G Coria 65 6 7
  Argentina G Coria 6 6     Argentina G Coria 6 6  
  France A di Pasquale 65 0   7 Spain Á Calatrava 4 4  
7 Spain Á Calatrava 77 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Spain F Clavet 6 2  
  Chile N Massú 3 1r 5 Spain F Clavet 6 5 7
WC Chile F González 4 6 77 WC Chile F González 0 7 5
WC Spain T Robredo 6 3 64 5 Spain F Clavet 1 0  
Q Spain G Blanco 6 6   3 Argentina G Gaudio 6 6  
  Australia R Fromberg 4 4   Q Spain G Blanco 2 64  
  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 4 3   3 Argentina G Gaudio 6 77  
3 Argentina G Gaudio 6 6   3 Argentina G Gaudio 6 2 6
8 Argentina J I Chela 2 1     Spain A Portas 2 6 3
  Spain A Portas 6 6     Spain A Portas 6 6  
  Spain D Sánchez 6 6     Spain D Sánchez 4 3  
Q Argentina P Arquez 0 1     Spain A Portas 6 6  
  Spain F Mantilla 3 2   Q Argentina D Nalbandian 3 4  
Q Argentina D Nalbandian 6 6   Q Argentina D Nalbandian 7 6  
  Morocco K Alami 77 6     Morocco K Alami 5 1  
2 Chile M Ríos 61 2  

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