2001 St. Petersburg Open – Singles

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Singles
2001 St. Petersburg Open
Champion Russia Marat Safin
Runner-up Germany Rainer Schüttler
Final score 3–6, 6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Marat Safin was the defending champion and won in the final 3–6, 6–3, 6–3 against Rainer Schüttler.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (First Round)
  2. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Semifinals)
  3. Russia Marat Safin (Champion)
  4. Germany Tommy Haas (First Round)
  5. Croatia Goran Ivanišević (Quarterfinals)
  6. France Fabrice Santoro (Quarterfinals)
  7. United Kingdom Greg Rusedski (Second Round)
  8. France Nicolas Escudé (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Germany Rainer Schüttler 6 6  
Q  France Michaël Llodra 3 4  
     Germany Rainer Schüttler 6 3 3
  3  Russia Marat Safin 3 6 6
3  Russia Marat Safin 64 6 6
  2  Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov 77 2 4  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Spain J C Ferrero 68 4  
  Germany R Schüttler 710 6     Germany R Schüttler 6 6  
  Czech Republic D Vacek 6 77     Czech Republic D Vacek 2 4  
  Belgium O Rochus 3 63     Germany R Schüttler 7 6  
  Czech Republic J Novák 0 64     Belarus M Mirnyi 5 3  
  Belarus M Mirnyi 6 77     Belarus M Mirnyi 714 6  
  Russia A Stoliarov 1 4   7 United Kingdom G Rusedski 612 4  
7 United Kingdom G Rusedski 6 6     Germany R Schüttler 6 6  
4 Germany T Haas 6 67 4 Q France M Llodra 3 4  
WC Ukraine A Medvedev 3 79 6 WC Ukraine A Medvedev 63 2  
  Austria S Koubek 6 77     Austria S Koubek 77 6  
  Czech Republic J Vaněk 1 60     Austria S Koubek 3 3  
Q France M Llodra 6 77   Q France M Llodra 6 6  
  Slovakia D Hrbatý 3 63   Q France M Llodra 77 6  
  Belarus V Voltchkov 6 77     Belarus V Voltchkov 61 2  
8 France N Escudé 2 64  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
WC/5 Croatia G Ivanišević 6 6  
  Chile N Massú 2 3   WC/5 Croatia G Ivanišević 710 7  
  Spain F Mantilla 6 77     Spain F Mantilla 68 5  
Q Georgia (country) I Labadze 4 63   WC/5 Croatia G Ivanišević 3 60  
  Germany L Burgsmüller 6 3 4 3 Russia M Safin 6 77  
  Spain A Martín 4 6 6   Spain A Martín 78 4 66
  Germany D Prinosil 4 2   3 Russia M Safin 66 6 78
3 Russia M Safin 6 6   3 Russia M Safin 64 6 6
6 France F Santoro 6 6   2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 77 2 4
WC Russia M Elgin 4 3   6 France F Santoro 7 2 6
  Spain J Díaz 4 5   Q Hungary A Sávolt 5 6 3
Q Hungary A Sávolt 6 7   6 France F Santoro 1 4  
  Russia M Youzhny 7 7   2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 6 6  
  Spain Á Calatrava 5 5     Russia M Youzhny 77 66 5
Q Armenia S Sargsian 63 2   2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 61 78 7
2 Russia Y Kafelnikov 77 6  

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