2001 Heineken Open – Singles

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Singles
2001 Heineken Open
Champion Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý
Runner-up Spain Francisco Clavet
Final score 6–4, 2–6, 6–3
Details
Draw 32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds 8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Magnus Norman was the defending champion of the singles event at the Heineken Open tennis tournament, held in Auckland, New Zealand, but did not compete that year.

Dominik Hrbatý won in the final 6–4, 2–6, 6–3 against Francisco Clavet.[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 Argentina F Squillari 64 2  
  Austria S Koubek 77 6     Austria S Koubek 6 77  
  Spain Á Calatrava 6 1 6   Spain Á Calatrava 3 65  
  Argentina A Calleri 3 6 3   Austria S Koubek 2 7 5
WC United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 6   WC United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 5 7
WC New Zealand M Nielsen 4 4   WC United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 77  
  Spain A Portas 6 2 4 5 Zimbabwe B Black 1 63  
5 Zimbabwe B Black 2 6 6 WC United Kingdom G Rusedski 3 2  
3 United States J Gambill 77 6     Spain F Clavet 6 6  
SE Chile N Massú 64 4   3 United States J Gambill 6 6  
  Sweden A Vinciguerra 6 6     Sweden A Vinciguerra 4 4  
  Israel H Levy 3 4   3 United States J Gambill 4 4  
  Spain F Clavet 6 4 6   Spain F Clavet 6 6  
  Argentina J I Chela 3 6 3   Spain F Clavet 3 6 77
Q United States M Russell 6 6   Q United States M Russell 6 1 65
8 Spain F Vicente 2 2     Spain Francisco Clavet 4 6 3
6 Chile M Ríos 6 1 62 2 Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý 6 2 6
  France A di Pasquale 3 6 77   France A di Pasquale 2 6 1
  Belgium O Rochus 6 3 3 Q United States G Weiner 6 3 6
Q United States G Weiner 4 6 6 Q United States G Weiner 3 4  
SE Czech Republic M Tabara 4 4     Spain J Balcells 6 6  
  Spain J Balcells 6 6     Spain J Balcells 6 6  
  Ukraine A Medvedev 6 6     Ukraine A Medvedev 2 4  
4 Argentina G Gaudio 3 3     Spain J Balcells 62 3  
7 Sweden T Johansson 6 6   2 Slovakia D Hrbatý 77 6  
  France J Boutter 4 4   7 Sweden T Johansson 6 6  
Q Italy M Martelli 6 77   Italy M Martelli 4 3  
  Italy D Sanguinetti 4 61   7 Sweden T Johansson 77 3 2
  Argentina M Zabaleta 7 7   2 Slovakia D Hrbatý 64 6 6
WC Spain F Mantilla 5 5     Argentina M Zabaleta 6 3 3
Q Italy A Gaudenzi 5 3   2 Slovakia D Hrbatý 4 6 6
2 Slovakia D Hrbatý 7 6  

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