2002 Open Romania – Singles

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Singles
2002 Open Romania
Champion Spain David Ferrer
Runner-up Argentina José Acasuso
Final score 6–3, 6–2
Details
Draw 32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds 8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Younes El Aynaoui was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Unseeded David Ferrer won in the final 6–3, 6–2 against José Acasuso.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Romania Andrei Pavel (Semifinals)
  2. Switzerland Michel Kratochvil (Second Round)
  3. Spain Félix Mantilla (Second Round)
  4. Spain Fernando Vicente (Second Round)
  5. Argentina José Acasuso (Final)
  6. Spain Albert Montañés (First Round)
  7. Spain David Sánchez (Semifinals)
  8. Romania Adrian Voinea (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Romania A Pavel 6 6  
  Spain A Martín 1 3   1 Romania A Pavel 4 6 6
  Spain A Portas 6 4 6   Spain A Portas 6 4 2
WC Romania I Moldovan 2 6 3 1 Romania A Pavel 6 6  
  Croatia Ž Krajan 3 4   Q Spain J Giner 1 3  
Q Spain J Giner 6 6   Q Spain J Giner 6 6  
  Georgia (country) I Labadze 6 77     Georgia (country) I Labadze 3 2  
8 Romania A Voinea 1 61   1 Romania A Pavel 6 64 1
4 Spain F Vicente 1 6 6 5 Argentina J Acasuso 4 77 6
Q Germany D Elsner 6 3 2 4 Spain F Vicente 66 7 1
  Argentina F Squillari 6 6     Argentina F Squillari 78 5 6
  Sweden A Vinciguerra 3 1     Argentina F Squillari 1 64  
WC Romania V Hănescu 77 1   5 Argentina J Acasuso 6 77  
  Spain J Balcells 63 1r WC Romania V Hănescu 4 2  
  Belgium D Norman 3 2   5 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6  
5 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6   5 Argentina José Acasuso 3 2  
7 Spain D Sánchez 3 6 6   Spain David Ferrer 6 6  
  France C Pioline 6 1 2 7 Spain D Sánchez 6 6  
  Belgium C Rochus 7 5     Belgium C Rochus 2 1  
WC Romania G Trifu 5 5r 7 Spain D Sánchez 6 6  
Q Spain D Pérez 66 0   Q Spain G Blanco 1 3  
Q Spain G Blanco 78 6   Q Spain G Blanco 6 4 6
  Costa Rica J A Marín 5 2   3 Spain F Mantilla 1 6 2
3 Spain F Mantilla 7 6   7 Spain D Sánchez 1 2  
6 Spain A Montañés 4 4     Spain D Ferrer 6 6  
  Austria J Melzer 6 6     Austria J Melzer 4 66  
  Italy A Gaudenzi 6 1 0   Spain D Ferrer 6 78  
  Spain D Ferrer 4 6 6   Spain D Ferrer 6 6  
  France A di Pasquale 6 6     France A di Pasquale 3 1  
  France N Coutelot 2 1     France A di Pasquale 7 6  
  Monaco J-R Lisnard 4 65   2 Switzerland M Kratochvil 5 1  
2 Switzerland M Kratochvil 6 77  

References[edit]