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

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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