2008 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships – Singles

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Singles
2008 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Champion France Fabrice Santoro
Runner-up India Prakash Amritraj
Final score 6–3, 7–5
Details
Draw 32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds 8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Fabrice Santoro was the defending champion, and won in the final 6–3, 7–5, against Prakash Amritraj.

Seeds[edit]

The top four seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1. United States Mardy Fish (Second Round)
  2. France Fabrice Santoro (Champion)
  3. France Nicolas Mahut (Second Round)
  4. Russia Igor Kunitsyn (Quarterfinals)
  5. United States John Isner (First Round)
  6. United States Donald Young (Second Round)
  7. Canada Frank Dancevic (Semifinals)
  8. South Africa Kevin Anderson (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
WC India Prakash Amritraj 7 4 6
7 Canada Frank Dancevic 64 6 3
WC India Prakash Amritraj 3 5  
2 France Fabrice Santoro 6 7  
  United States Vincent Spadea 64 1  
2 France Fabrice Santoro 7 6  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States M Fish 66 5  
  United States K Kim 3 4   Q India R Bopanna 7 7  
Q India R Bopanna 6 6   Q India R Bopanna 4 3  
WC India P Amritraj 63 6 6 WC India P Amritraj 6 6  
  Australia J Sirianni 7 4 4 WC India P Amritraj 7 6  
  United States J Levine 6 6     United States J Levine 5 3  
5 United States J Isner 3 1   WC India P Amritraj 7 4 6
7 Canada F Dancevic 64 6 3
4 Russia I Kunitsyn 6 6  
  Russia M Ledovskikh 4 7 6   Russia M Ledovskikh 1 1  
  Denmark K Pless 6 5 4 4 Russia I Kunitsyn 5 3  
  Chile P Capdeville 4 6 1 7 Canada F Dancevic 7 6  
Q United States B Evans 6 3 6 Q United States B Evans 7 4 63
WC United States T Dent 6 5 1 7 Canada F Dancevic 5 6 7
7 Canada F Dancevic 3 7 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6/WC United States D Young 6 2 6
Q South Korea W-s Jun 3 6 4 6/WC United States D Young 64 3  
Q Austria A Peya 63 6 7 Q Austria A Peya 7 6  
  Germany P Petzschner 7 3 5 Q Austria A Peya 63 5  
  Germany S Stadler 2 6 4   United States V Spadea 7 7  
  United States V Spadea 6 3 6   United States V Spadea 6 6  
3 France N Mahut 2 3  
  United States V Spadea 64 1  
8 South Africa K Anderson 63 6 6 2 France F Santoro 7 6  
  Luxembourg G Müller 7 3 3 8 South Africa K Anderson 63 6 4
  Spain I Navarro 7 6     Spain I Navarro 7 3 6
  South Africa R de Voest 5 4     Spain I Navarro 3 64  
  Germany B Becker 5 65   2 France F Santoro 6 7  
  Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi 7 7     Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi 64 2  
2 France F Santoro 7 6  

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