2006 Movistar Open – Singles

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Singles
2006 Movistar Open
Champion Argentina José Acasuso
Runner-up Chile Nicolás Massú
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Gastón Gaudio was the defending champion, but lost in the second round this year.

José Acasuso won the title, defeating Nicolás Massú 6–4, 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
  Spain Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo 2 4
3 Argentina José Acasuso 6 6
3 Argentina José Acasuso 6 6
2 Chile Nicolás Massú 4 3
5 Chile Nicolás Massú 3 77 6
2 Chile Fernando González 6 63 4

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Argentina G Gaudio 6 6  
WC Chile F Parada 1 4   1 Argentina G Gaudio 78 1 4
  Spain N Almagro 6 3 1   Spain R R Hidalgo 66 6 6
  Spain R R Hidalgo 0 6 6   Spain R R Hidalgo 6 2 6
  Chile P Capdeville 3 6 3 6 Spain Montañés 2 6 2
  Spain S Ventura 6 0 6   Spain S Ventura 6 4 3
  Argentina J Mónaco 4 2   6 Spain Montañés 4 6 6
6 Spain Montañés 6 6     Spain R R Hidalgo 2 4  
3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6   3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6  
  Spain I Navarro 3 2   3 Argentina J Acasuso 6 6  
Q Argentina G Marcaccio 78 0 6 Q Argentina G Marcaccio 1 1  
  Peru L Horna 66 6 3 3 Argentina J Acasuso 3 6 7
WC Chile J Aguilar 6 6   Q Czech Republic L Friedl 6 1 5
WC Chile G Hormazábal 4 2   WC Chile J Aguilar 64 3  
Q Czech Republic L Friedl 65 6 6 Q Czech Republic L Friedl 77 6  
7 Argentina C Berlocq 77 3 1

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Chile N Massú 6 6  
  Brazil M Daniel 3 3   5 Chile N Massú 6 6  
Q United States H Armando 2 3     Costa Rica J A Marín 3 4  
  Costa Rica J A Marín 6 6   5 Chile N Massú 4 77 6
Q Spain C Cuadrado 7 6   Q Spain C Cuadrado 6 64 3
  Germany T Behrend 5 0   Q Spain C Cuadrado 6 6  
LL Spain D Gimeno-Traver 1 6 6 LL Spain D Gimeno-Traver 3 3  
4 Argentina A Calleri 6 3 3 5 Chile N Massú 3 77 6
8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 1 7 6 2 Chile F González 6 63 4
  Brazil F Saretta 6 5 3 8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 62 77 6
  Italy A di Mauro 66 6 6   Italy A di Mauro 77 64 0
  Chile A García 78 1 4 8 Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 4 3  
  Argentina J M del Potro 6 6   2 Chile F González 6 6  
  Spain A Portas 2 2     Argentina J M del Potro 3 64  
  Greece V Mazarakis 1 2   2 Chile F González 6 77  
2 Chile F González 6 6  

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