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
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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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