2001 Kremlin Cup – Men's Singles

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Men's Singles
2001 Kremlin Cup
Champion Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Runner-up Germany Nicolas Kiefer
Final score 6–4, 7–5
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women

Yevgeny Kafelnikov was the defending champion and won in the final 6–4, 7–5 against Nicolas Kiefer.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Champion)
  2. Russia Marat Safin (Second Round)
  3. Switzerland Roger Federer (First Round)
  4. Germany Tommy Haas (Semifinals)
  5. Sweden Thomas Johansson (Quarterfinals)
  6. France Fabrice Santoro (Second Round)
  7. Argentina Guillermo Cañas (Second Round)
  8. France Nicolas Escudé (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6 6    
4  Germany Tommy Haas 1 2    
  1  Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6 7  
     Germany Nicolas Kiefer 4 5  
   Germany Nicolas Kiefer 6 6  
     Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý 4 3    

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6  
WC Russia M Youzhny 3 3   1 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 77  
LL France A Dupuis 5 4   SE Argentina D Nalbandian 3 64  
SE Argentina D Nalbandian 7 6   1 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 7  
WC Russia A Stoliarov 7 6   5 Sweden T Johansson 3 5  
  Czech Republic M Tabara 5 3   WC Russia A Stoliarov 3 4  
  Italy D Sanguinetti 2 3   5 Sweden T Johansson 6 6  
5 Sweden T Johansson 6 6   1 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6  
4 Germany T Haas 6 6   4 Germany T Haas 1 2  
Q United States B Bryan 2 4   4 Germany T Haas 7 6  
  Sweden T Enqvist 61 77 6   Sweden T Enqvist 5 2  
  Italy A Gaudenzi 77 64 1 4 Germany T Haas 6 6  
  Argentina F Squillari 4 5   Q Sweden M Gustafsson 1 4  
  South Africa W Ferreira 6 7     South Africa W Ferreira 64 1  
Q Sweden M Gustafsson 6 5 6 Q Sweden M Gustafsson 77 6  
8 France N Escudé 4 7 4

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 France F Santoro 6 6  
  Spain G Blanco 2 1   6 France F Santoro 2 4  
Q Federal Republic of Yugoslavia N Zimonjić 4 77 611 Q Switzerland M Rosset 6 6  
Q Switzerland M Rosset 6 64 713 Q Switzerland M Rosset 3 61  
  France J Boutter 5 3     Germany N Kiefer 6 77  
  France J Golmard 7 6     France J Golmard 4 3  
  Germany N Kiefer 6 1 77   Germany N Kiefer 6 6  
3 Switzerland R Federer 3 6 64   Germany N Kiefer 6 6  
7 Argentina G Cañas 6 6     Slovakia D Hrbatý 4 3  
  Sweden A Vinciguerra 0 1   7 Argentina G Cañas 66 61  
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 1 0     Czech Republic J Novák 78 77  
  Czech Republic J Novák 6 6     Czech Republic J Novák 7 4 3
WC Belarus V Voltchkov 4 5     Slovakia D Hrbatý 5 6 6
  Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 7     Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 4 77
  Belarus M Mirnyi 7 4 4 2 Russia M Safin 0 6 65
2 Russia M Safin 5 6 6

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