2003 BCR Open Romania – Singles

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Singles
2003 BCR Open Romania
2002 Champion Spain David Ferrer
Champion Spain David Sánchez
Runner-up Chile Nicolás Massú
Final score 6–2, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Ferrer was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Galo Blanco.

David Sánchez won in the final 6–2, 6–2 against Nicolás Massú.

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 Nikolay Davydenko (First Round)
  2. Chile Nicolás Massú (Final)
  3. Armenia Sargis Sargsian (Quarterfinals)
  4. Spain David Sánchez (Champion)
  5. France Paul-Henri Mathieu (Quarterfinals)
  6. Spain David Ferrer (First Round)
  7. Spain Fernando Vicente (First Round)
  8. Spain Alberto Martín (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia N Davydenko 5 77 0
Q Russia I Andreev 7 61 6 Q Russia I Andreev 2 6 2
Q Italy A Seppi 6 3 4   Argentina J Acasuso 6 4 6
  Argentina J Acasuso 2 6 6   Argentina J Acasuso 4 6 6
  Netherlands J van Lottum 3 6 6   Netherlands J van Lottum 6 2 3
  Spain A Montañés 6 2 0   Netherlands J van Lottum 6 78  
  Spain G Blanco 6 6     Spain G Blanco 1 66  
6 Spain D Ferrer 2 3     Argentina J Acasuso 77 66 3
4 Spain D Sánchez 6 6   4 Spain D Sánchez 64 78 6
  Spain À Corretja 2 3   4 Spain D Sánchez 77 6  
  Slovakia K Beck 6 1 69   Austria J Melzer 62 4  
  Austria J Melzer 4 6 711 4 Spain D Sánchez 6 3 6
  Spain A Portas 6 6   5 France P-H Mathieu 4 6 3
WC Romania G Moraru 3 1     Spain A Portas 2 1  
  Austria S Koubek 2 3   5 France P-H Mathieu 6 6  
5 France P-H Mathieu 6 6   4 Spain David Sánchez 6 6  
8 Spain A Martín 6 6   2 Chile Nicolás Massú 2 2  
  France O Mutis 3 2   8 Spain A Martín 4 6 4
  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 3 1   WC Romania R Sabău 6 0 6
WC Romania R Sabău 6 6   WC Romania R Sabău 2 6 6
WC Romania I Moldovan 6 6   3 Armenia S Sargsian 6 3 4
  Germany T Behrend 4 1   WC Romania I Moldovan 5 1  
  Argentina F Squillari 2 2   3 Armenia S Sargsian 7 6  
3 Armenia S Sargsian 6 6   WC Romania R Sabău 1 4  
7 Spain F Vicente 3 0   2 Chile N Massú 6 6  
  Belgium C Rochus 6 6     Belgium C Rochus 3 4  
  Romania V Hănescu 4 6 79   Romania V Hănescu 6 6  
Q Germany A Waske 6 4 67   Romania V Hănescu 4 1  
  Germany L Burgsmüller 77 4 2 2 Chile N Massú 6 6  
Q Czech Republic F Čermák 63 6 6 Q Czech Republic F Čermák 3 3  
  Peru L Horna 64 3   2 Chile N Massú 6 6  
2 Chile N Massú 77 6  

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