2001 Milan Indoor – Singles

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Singles
2001 Milan Indoor
2000 Champion Switzerland Marc Rosset
Champion Switzerland Roger Federer
Runner-up France Julien Boutter
Final score 6–4, 6–7(7–9), 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Marc Rosset was the defending champion at the Milan Indoor tennis tournament but lost in the second round to Greg Rusedski.

Roger Federer won in the final 6–4, 6–7(7–9), 6–4 against Julien Boutter. It was Federer's first title of the year and the first of his career.[1]

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

  1. Russia Marat Safin (Quarterfinals)
  2. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Semifinals)
  3. Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý (First Round)
  4. Germany Nicolas Kiefer (First Round)
  5. Romania Andrei Pavel (First Round)
  6. Netherlands Sjeng Schalken (First Round)
  7. Switzerland Roger Federer (Champion)
  8. Switzerland Marc Rosset (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia M Safin 6 7  
  Germany D Prinosil 4 5   1 Russia M Safin 3 6 7
WC Italy A Gaudenzi 5 2   Q Belgium X Malisse 6 3 5
Q Belgium X Malisse 7 6   1 Russia M Safin 0 65  
  Italy G Pozzi 1 5     United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 77  
  United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 7     United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 1  
  Croatia I Ljubičić 6 612 4 8 Switzerland M Rosset 3 0r
8 Switzerland M Rosset 4 714 6   United Kingdom G Rusedski 65 63  
3 Slovakia D Hrbaty 6 5 3   France J Boutter 77 77  
  France F Santoro 3 7 6   France F Santoro 64 4  
  France J Boutter 77 6     France J Boutter 77 6  
  France J Golmard 65 4     France J Boutter 6 6  
  Israel H Levy 6 63 4   United States J-M Gambill 4 4  
  Spain S Bruguera 3 77 6   Spain S Bruguera 3 5  
  United States J-M Gambill 6 63 6   United States J-M Gambill 6 7  
6 Netherlands S Schalken 1 77 2   France Julien Boutter 4 79 4
7 Switzerland R Federer 6 6   7 Switzerland Roger Federer 6 67 6
  Germany R Schüttler 3 4   7 Switzerland R Federer 2 6 6
Q France C Saulnier 78 6   Q France C Saulnier 6 3 4
  Italy D Sanguinetti 66 4   7 Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 7 67 7 WC Croatia G Ivanišević 4 4  
  France N Escudé 5 79 5   Czech Republic B Ulihrach      
WC Croatia G Ivanišević 2 6 6 WC Croatia G Ivanišević w/o    
WC/4 Germany N Kiefer 6 2 3 7 Switzerland R Federer 6 64 6
5 Romania A Pavel 66 6 65 2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 2 7 3
  Ukraine A Medvedev 78 2 77   Ukraine A Medvedev 2 5  
  Czech Republic J Vaněk 4 6 61   Belarus V Voltchkov 6 7  
  Belarus V Voltchkov 6 1 77   Belarus V Voltchkov 4 3  
  Czech Republic C Doseděl 2 64   2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6  
Q Switzerland I Heuberger 6 77   Q Switzerland I Heuberger 2 3  
Q United States J Tarango 6 4 2 2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6  
2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 4 6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Federer beats Boutter in Milan for first title". www.hurriyetdailynews.com. Hurriyet. 6 February 2001. 

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