2006 Heineken Open – Singles

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Singles
2006 Heineken Open
Champion Finland Jarkko Nieminen
Runner-up Croatia Mario Ančić
Final score 6–2, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Jarkko Nieminen defeated Mario Ančić 6–2, 6–2 to win the 2006 Heineken Open singles competition. Fernando González was the defending champion.

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 Chile F González 6 6  
LL Peru L Horna 3 4   1 Chile F González 6 6  
Q Czech Republic I Minář 2     Q Czech Republic I Minář 1 4  
  South Africa W Moodie 1r   1 Chile F González 0 3  
  Denmark K Carlsen 5 2   5 Croatia M Ančić 6 6  
  United Kingdom A Murray 7 6     United Kingdom A Murray 3 64  
WC New Zealand M Nielsen 1 2   5 Croatia M Ančić 6 77  
5 Croatia M Ančić 6 6   5 Croatia M Ančić 6 6  
3 United States R Ginepri 61 6 2   Switzerland S Wawrinka 3 1  
  Spain A Martín 77 3 6   Spain A Martín 2 2  
  Czech Republic T Zíb 3 4     Switzerland S Wawrinka 6 6  
  Switzerland S Wawrinka 6 6     Switzerland S Wawrinka 6 6  
WC New Zealand D King-Turner 2 2     Germany F Mayer 3 4  
  Germany F Mayer 6 6     Germany F Mayer 6 6  
  Czech Republic R Vik 78 6     Czech Republic R Vik 2 2  
8 Spain F López 66 1   5 Croatia Mario Ančić 2 2  
7 Finland J Nieminen 6 6   7 Finland Jarkko Nieminen 6 6  
  Cyprus M Baghdatis 2 2   7 Finland J Nieminen 6 6  
  Italy F Volandri 0 1r   United States P Goldstein 4 3  
  United States P Goldstein 6 3   7 Finland J Nieminen 6 77  
  Belgium C Rochus 6 6     Chile N Massú 3 64  
  Argentina J Acasuso 4 4     Belgium C Rochus 4 2  
  Chile N Massú 6 6     Chile N Massú 6 6  
4 Slovakia D Hrbatý 2 4   7 Finland J Nieminen 6 64 77
6 Belgium O Rochus 6 6   6 Belgium O Rochus 4 77 64
  Spain Montañés 2 4   6 Belgium O Rochus 6 7  
Q Czech Republic J Hernych 6 6   Czech Republic J Hernych 1 5  
  Romania A Pavel 1 2   6 Belgium O Rochus 6 6  
Q Netherlands R Sluiter 6 6   2 Spain D Ferrer 2 0  
  Italy D Bracciali 3 4   Q Netherlands R Sluiter 4 3  
Q Italy F Luzzi 5 2   2 Spain D Ferrer 6 6  
2 Spain D Ferrer 7 6  

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