2006 in tennis

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This page covers all the important events in the sport of tennis in 2006. Primarily, it provides the results of notable tournaments throughout the year on both the ATP and WTA Tours, the Davis Cup, and the Fed Cup.

Roger Federer triumphed in four top tennis contests in 2006: Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the US Open, and the Tennis Masters Cup. Amélie Mauresmo won at Wimbledon and the Australian Open; while Justine Henin-Hardenne won the French Open and the WTA Tour Championships. Other champions that year included Rafael Nadal in the French Open, and Maria Sharapova in the US Open. In international team competitions, the Russian men's team beat Argentina to win the Davis Cup, and the Italian women's team beat Belgium to win the Fed Cup.

ITF[edit]

Grand Slam events[edit]

Davis Cup[edit]

Main article: 2006 Davis Cup


World Group Draw

  • S-Seeded
  • U-Unseeded
  • *Choice of ground
Round One Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                       
S Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia 3
U Flag of Austria.svg Austria* 2
S Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia* 2
S Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 3
S Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina* 5
U Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 0
S Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina* 5
S Flag of Australia.svg Australia 0
S Flag of Spain.svg Spain 1
U Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus* 4
U Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus 0
S Flag of Australia.svg Australia* 5
S Flag of Australia.svg Australia 3
U Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland* 2
S Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 2
S Flag of Russia.svg Russia* 3
U Flag of Germany.svg Germany* 2
S Flag of France.svg France 3
S Flag of France.svg France* 1
S Flag of Russia.svg Russia 4
U Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands* 0
S Flag of Russia.svg Russia 5
S Flag of Russia.svg Russia* 3
S Flag of the United States.svg United States 2
U Flag of Romania.svg Romania 1
S Flag of the United States.svg United States* 4
S Flag of the United States.svg United States* 3
U Flag of Chile.svg Chile 2
U Flag of Chile.svg Chile* 4
S Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia 1

World Group Playoffs

Date: 22 Sep – 24 Sep

Venue Winner Score Loser
Portschach, Austria Austria Austria 5–0 Mexico Mexico
Düsseldorf, Germany Germany Germany 4–1 Thailand Thailand
Leiden, Netherlands Czech Republic Czech Republic 4–1 Netherlands Netherlands
Bucharest, Romania Romania Romania 4–1 South Korea Korea Republic
Bratislava, Slovakia Belgium Belgium 3–2 Slovakia Slovakia
Santander, Spain Spain Spain 4–1 Italy Italy
Belo Horizonte, Brazil Sweden Sweden 3–1 Brazil Brazil
Geneva, Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland 4–1 Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro

Fed Cup[edit]

World Group I Draw

  • S-Seeded
  • U-Unseeded
  • *Choice of ground
Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
S Flag of France.svg France* 1
U Flag of Italy.svg Italy 4
U Flag of Italy.svg Italy 3
S Flag of Spain.svg Spain* 1
S Flag of Spain.svg Spain* 5
U Flag of Austria.svg Austria 0
U Flag of Italy.svg Italy 3
U Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium 2
U Flag of Germany.svg Germany* 2
S Flag of the United States.svg United States 3
S Flag of the United States.svg United States 0
U Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium* 4
U Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium* 3
S Flag of Russia.svg Russia 2

Hopman Cup[edit]

ATP[edit]

Tennis Masters Cup[edit]

ATP Masters Series[edit]

ARAG ATP World Team Cup[edit]

(May 21 – May 27)

  • TP: Ties Played
  • TW: Ties Won
  • MW: Matches Won
  • SW: Sets Won
Red Group TP TW MW SW
 Germany 3 3 6 15
 Czech Republic 3 2 5 14
 Argentina 3 1 4 8
 Italy 3 0 3 6
Blue Group TP TW MW SW
 Croatia 3 3 8 15
 Chile 3 2 4 10
 Spain 3 1 3 10
 United States 3 0 3 7

Sony Ericsson WTA Tour[edit]

Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Championships[edit]

WTA Tier I[edit]

Retired[edit]