2001 Hamlet Cup – Singles

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Singles
2001 Hamlet Cup
2000 Champion Sweden Magnus Norman
Champion Germany Tommy Haas
Runner-up United States Pete Sampras
Final score 6–3, 3–6, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Magnus Norman was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Tommy Haas won in the final 6–3, 3–6, 6–2 against Pete Sampras.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. n/a
  2. Spain Àlex Corretja (First Round)
  3. United States Pete Sampras (Final)
  4. France Arnaud Clément (Semifinals)
  5. Sweden Thomas Johansson (Semifinals)
  6. Germany Tommy Haas (Champion)
  7. Croatia Goran Ivanišević (First Round)
  8. United States Jan-Michael Gambill (First Round)
  9. Sweden Thomas Enqvist (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
9 Sweden T Enqvist 6 7  
  South Korea H-T Lee 2 5   9 Sweden T Enqvist 6 6  
  France J Boutter 67 79 6   France J Boutter 3 4  
Q Slovakia D Hrbatý 79 67 3 9 Sweden T Enqvist 5 6 67
  Germany R Schüttler 62 65   5 Sweden T Johansson 7 3 79
  France A Dupuis 77 77     France A Dupuis 3 1  
  Czech Republic M Tabara 1 4   5 Sweden T Johansson 6 6  
5 Sweden T Johansson 6 6   5 Sweden T Johansson 5 3  
WC/3 United States P Sampras 6 63 77 WC/3 United States P Sampras 7 6  
  Belgium O Rochus 4 77 64 WC/3 United States P Sampras 6 6  
  Germany L Burgsmüller 3 4   Q Austria A Peya 3 2  
Q Austria A Peya 6 6   WC/3 United States P Sampras 7 6  
WC United States T Dent 6 1 3 Q Spain F Mantilla 5 3  
  Argentina G Cañas 1 6 6   Argentina G Cañas 7 3 2
Q Spain F Mantilla 6 7   Q Spain F Mantilla 5 6 6
7 Croatia G Ivanišević 3 5   WC/3 United States Pete Sampras 3 6 2
8 United States J-M Gambill 6 63 r 6 Germany Tommy Haas 6 3 6
  Spain A Martín 3 77     Spain A Martín 77 4 2
Q Brazil F Meligeni 6 77   Q Brazil F Meligeni 62 6 6
LL Austria M Hipfl 2 63   Q Brazil F Meligeni 6 3 3
  Italy D Sanguinetti 65 3   4 France A Clément 1 6 6
  Germany D Prinosil 77 6     Germany D Prinosil 4 65  
  Australia W Arthurs 6 3 66 4 France A Clément 6 77  
4 France A Clément 4 6 78 4 France A Clément 3 63  
6 Germany T Haas 6 64 6 6 Germany T Haas 6 77  
  Switzerland M Kratochvil 3 77 3 6 Germany T Haas 77 3 6
  Israel H Levy 1 7 4   Spain T Robredo 63 6 2
  Spain T Robredo 6 5 6 6 Germany T Haas 6 6  
  Sweden J Björkman 6 6     Sweden J Björkman 1 4  
  Spain S Bruguera 1 1     Sweden J Björkman 7    
  Spain G Blanco 77 64 6   Spain G Blanco 5 r  
WC/2 Spain À Corretja 64 77 1

References[edit]