2001 Heineken Open Shanghai – Singles

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Singles
2001 Heineken Open Shanghai
2000 Champion Sweden Magnus Norman
Champion Germany Rainer Schüttler
Runner-up Switzerland Michel Kratochvil
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles

Magnus Norman was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Rainer Schüttler won in the final 6–3, 6–4 against Michel Kratochvil.

Francisco Clavet set an ATP tournament record for the shortest match in the first round when he defeated Shan Jiang in 25 minutes, 6–0, 6-0.[1]

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. United States Andre Agassi (First Round)
  2. Germany Rainer Schüttler (Champion)
  3. Switzerland Michel Kratochvil (Final)
  4. Spain Francisco Clavet (Semifinals)
  5. Spain Álex Calatrava (First Round)
  6. Russia Andrei Stoliarov (First Round)
  7. Germany Lars Burgsmüller (First Round)
  8. Australia Andrew Ilie (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
WC/1  United States A Agassi 64 5    
   Georgia (country) I Labadze 77 7          Georgia (country) I Labadze 62 77 6  
   United States J Gimelstob 78 3 6      United States J Gimelstob 77 63 2  
   Thailand P Srichaphan 66 6 4          Georgia (country) I Labadze 6 3 3  
Q  South Africa R Koenig 3 6 2          Denmark K Carlsen 3 6 6  
   Brazil A Sá 6 2 6        Brazil A Sá 4 3  
   Denmark K Carlsen 6 77        Denmark K Carlsen 6 6    
5  Spain Á Calatrava 4 61            Denmark K Carlsen 2 4    
3  Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 6         3  Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 6    
WC  China Y Wang 2 1       3  Switzerland M Kratochvil 4 6 6  
Q  Czech Republic P Luxa 1 5        Switzerland G Bastl 6 2 2  
   Switzerland G Bastl 6 7         3  Switzerland M Kratochvil 64 77 6
   Japan M Onoda 3 1            Netherlands E Kempes 77 61 1  
   Netherlands E Kempes 6 6          Netherlands E Kempes 77 61 6
   Zimbabwe B Black 78 6        Zimbabwe B Black 63 77 3  
7  Germany L Burgsmüller 66 3         3  Switzerland Michel Kratochvil 3 4  
6  Russia A Stoliarov 3 4         2  Germany Rainer Schüttler 6 6  
Q  Australia M Tebbutt 6 6       Q  Australia M Tebbutt 77 4 1  
   United States C Mamiit 6 3 4      Japan T Terachi 65 6 6  
   Japan T Terachi 3 6 6          Japan T Terachi 6 1 1  
   South Korea H-T Lee 6 6         4  Spain F Clavet 3 6 6  
   Japan Y Ishii 1 3          South Korea H-T Lee 4 2  
WC  China S Jiang 0 0     4  Spain F Clavet 6 6    
4  Spain F Clavet 6 6         4  Spain F Clavet 4 6 3
8  Australia A Ilie 5 4         2  Germany R Schüttler 6 1 6  
   Israel N Behr 7 6          Israel N Behr 77 66 6  
Q  Japan T Shimada 4 4        South Korea Y-I Yoon 63 78 2  
   South Korea Y-I Yoon 6 6            Israel N Behr 5 2  
   South Africa N Godwin 4 64         2  Germany R Schüttler 7 6    
   Switzerland I Heuberger 6 77          Switzerland I Heuberger 3 4  
   United States M Russell 5 4     2  Germany R Schüttler 6 6    
2  Germany R Schüttler 7 6    


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Match facts". www.atpworldtour.com. Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). 

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