2001 Majorca Open – Singles

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Singles
2001 Majorca Open
Champion Spain Alberto Martín
Runner-up Argentina Guillermo Coria
Final score 6–3, 3–6, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles

Marat Safin was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Alberto Martín won in the final 6–3, 3–6, 6–2 against Guillermo Coria.

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  Romania A Pavel 4 77 5  
WC  Spain F Mantilla 6 62 7     WC  Spain F Mantilla 4 2    
   Argentina M Zabaleta 4 64        Spain J Balcells 6 6    
   Spain J Balcells 6 77            Spain J Balcells 77 6    
   Russia M Youzhny 2 6 3          Argentina A Calleri 65 4    
WC  France M Llodra 6 4 6     WC  France M Llodra 3 1  
   Argentina A Calleri 6 77        Argentina A Calleri 6 6    
5  Spain F Clavet 2 65            Spain J Balcells 6 3 5  
4  Argentina G Coria 6 6         4  Argentina G Coria 4 6 7  
Q  Netherlands R Wassen 4 1       4  Argentina G Coria 6 7    
Q  Spain A Montañés 0 2        Spain T Robredo 0 5    
   Spain T Robredo 6 6         4  Argentina G Coria 3 77 6
WC  Spain F López 77 5 4          Costa Rica J A Marín 6 62 1  
   Germany J Knippschild 65 7 6        Germany J Knippschild 4 6 4
Q  Costa Rica J A Marín 6 6        Costa Rica J A Marín 6 1 6  
8  Spain A Portas 1 2         4  Argentina Guillermo Coria 3 6 2
6  Germany N Kiefer 6 6            Spain Alberto Martín 6 3 6
   Slovakia K Kučera 4 2       6  Germany N Kiefer 6 6    
   Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 60 6      Switzerland M Kratochvil 1 4    
   Spain Á Calatrava 4 77 2       6  Germany N Kiefer 4 2    
   Spain S Bruguera 4           3  Spain C Moyá 6 6    
Q  Czech Republic F Čermák 3r          Spain S Bruguera 4 6 3
   Argentina M Puerta 3 0r   3  Spain C Moyá 6 4 6  
3  Spain C Moyá 6 1         3  Spain C Moyá 3 3  
7  Spain F Vicente 6 4 6          Spain A Martín 6 6    
   Israel H Levy 3 6 2     7  Spain F Vicente 3 6 1  
   Spain G Puentes 5 5        Czech Republic C Doseděl 6 0 6  
   Czech Republic C Doseděl 7 7            Czech Republic C Doseděl 2 4  
   Chile N Massú 6 3 63          Spain A Martín 6 6    
   Spain A Martín 4 6 77        Spain A Martín 6 4 6
   Spain G Blanco 6 77        Spain G Blanco 0 6 2  
2  Germany T Haas 3 64    


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