2001 International Raiffeisen Grand Prix – Singles

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Singles
2001 International Raiffeisen Grand Prix
Champion Italy Andrea Gaudenzi
Runner-up Austria Markus Hipfl
Final score 6–0, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
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Andrei Pavel was the defending champion but lost in the quarterfinals to Magnus Gustafsson.

Andrea Gaudenzi won in the final 6–0, 7–5 against Markus Hipfl.

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  Slovakia D Hrbatý 1 1    
   Croatia I Ljubičić 6 6          Croatia I Ljubičić 6 65 6  
Q  Slovakia J Krošlák 65 5     LL  Bulgaria I Traykov 2 77 4  
LL  Bulgaria I Traykov 77 7            Croatia I Ljubičić 4 7 4  
Q  Argentina G Cañas 6 6         7  Czech Republic M Tabara 6 5 6  
Q  United States B Bryan 3 2       Q  Argentina G Cañas 4 4  
   Spain D Sánchez 2 3     7  Czech Republic M Tabara 6 6    
7  Czech Republic M Tabara 6 6         7  Czech Republic M Tabara 1 7 2  
4  Spain A Portas 4 1         WC  Austria M Hipfl 6 5 6  
   Czech Republic J Vaněk 6 6          Czech Republic J Vaněk 5 0    
WC  Austria M Hipfl 6 6     WC  Austria M Hipfl 7 6    
   Germany D Elsner 3 4         WC  Austria M Hipfl 6 6  
   Belgium X Malisse 77 6            Belgium X Malisse 3 3    
WC  Austria W Eschauer 64 0          Belgium X Malisse 6 6  
   Morocco K Alami 64 77 77      Morocco K Alami 4 1    
6  Australia A Ilie 77 65 63       WC  Austria Markus Hipfl 0 5  
5  Spain Á Calatrava 6 6         WC  Italy Andrea Gaudenzi 6 7  
   South Korea H-T Lee 3 4       5  Spain Á Calatrava 5 6 2  
Q  United States H Armando 63 3        Netherlands J Siemerink 7 3 6  
   Netherlands J Siemerink 77 6            Netherlands J Siemerink 64 3    
   Belgium O Rochus 6 4 4       WC  Italy A Gaudenzi 77 6    
   Chile N Massú 0 6 6        Chile N Massú 65 2  
WC  Italy A Gaudenzi 5 6 6   WC  Italy A Gaudenzi 77 6    
3  Chile M Ríos 7 1 4       WC  Italy A Gaudenzi 6 6  
8  Sweden M Gustafsson 77 6         8  Sweden M Gustafsson 3 3    
   Russia A Stoliarov 61 3       8  Sweden M Gustafsson 7 77    
   Slovakia K Kučera 6 77        Slovakia K Kučera 5 63    
   Spain G Blanco 3 63         8  Sweden M Gustafsson 79 6  
   Armenia S Sargsian 4 5         2  Romania A Pavel 67 3    
   Belgium C Rochus 6 7          Belgium C Rochus 1 1  
   Austria S Koubek 3 3     2  Romania A Pavel 6 6    
2  Romania A Pavel 6 6    


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