2004 Heineken Open – Singles

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Singles
2004 Heineken Open
2003 Champion Brazil Gustavo Kuerten
Champion Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý
Runner-up Spain Rafael Nadal
Final score 4–6, 6–2, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles

Gustavo Kuerten was the defending champion but lost in the semifinals to Dominik Hrbatý.

Hrbatý won in the final 4–6, 6–2, 7–5 against Rafael Nadal.

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  Argentina G Coria 77 6    
   Germany N Kiefer 64 3       1  Argentina G Coria        
WC  New Zealand M Nielsen 3 2        Slovakia D Hrbatý w/o      
   Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 6            Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 3 6  
   Peru L Horna 4 3         Q  Germany P Kohlschreiber 1 6 3  
Q  Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 6       Q  Germany P Kohlschreiber 77 6  
   Czech Republic R Štěpánek 5 3     6  Argentina G Gaudio 63 1    
6  Argentina G Gaudio 7 6            Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 6    
3  Brazil G Kuerten 67 77 7       3  Brazil G Kuerten 3 2    
WC  Spain À Corretja 79 63 5     3  Brazil G Kuerten 6 6    
   Spain A Martín 6 6        Spain A Martín 2 4    
   Austria S Koubek 4 4         3  Brazil G Kuerten 6 77  
Q  Netherlands F Hemmes Jr. 6 6         5  United States V Spadea 2 64    
   Sweden R Söderling 2 3       Q  Netherlands F Hemmes Jr. 1 2  
   United States T Martin 3 4     5  United States V Spadea 6 6    
5  United States V Spadea 6 6            Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý 4 6 7
8  Finland J Nieminen 1 4            Spain Rafael Nadal 6 2 5
   France F Santoro 6 6          France F Santoro 2 4    
   France G Carraz 6 63 6      France G Carraz 6 6    
   Slovakia K Beck 4 77 3          France G Carraz 1r    
WC  New Zealand S Rea 2 1            Spain R Nadal 2      
Q  Croatia M Ančić 6 6       Q  Croatia M Ančić 60 66  
   Spain R Nadal 77 6        Spain R Nadal 77 78    
4  Netherlands S Schalken 62 4            Spain R Nadal 6 6  
7  Chile F González 3 4         2  Czech Republic J Novák 1 3    
   Netherlands R Sluiter 6 6          Netherlands R Sluiter 77 6    
   Spain D Sánchez 77 6        Spain D Sánchez 63 3    
   United States J-M Gambill 65 3            Netherlands R Sluiter 6 4 4
Q  Luxembourg G Müller 7 63 6       2  Czech Republic J Novák 4 6 6  
   Ecuador N Lapentti 5 77 1     Q  Luxembourg G Müller 64 2  
   Belgium X Malisse 67 77 3   2  Czech Republic J Novák 77 6    
2  Czech Republic J Novák 79 64 6  


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