2009 BH Telecom Indoors – Singles

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Singles
2009 BH Telecom Indoors
Champion Croatia Ivan Dodig
Runner-up Germany Dominik Meffert
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Andreas Beck was the defending champion. He decided that he wouldn't play this year.
Ivan Dodig won in the grand finale 6–4, 6–3, against Dominik Meffert.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Czech Republic Lukáš Rosol (First Round)
  2. Czech Republic Pavel Šnobel (First Round)
  3. Switzerland George Bastl (Second Round)
  4. Poland Dawid Olejniczak (First Round)
  5. Germany Dominik Meffert (Final)
  6. Austria Andreas Haider-Maurer (Semifinals)
  7. United States Ryler DeHeart (First Round)
  8. Slovenia Blaž Kavčič (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final four[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
5 Germany Dominik Meffert 6 6  
  France Gary Lugassy 2 4  
5 Germany Dominik Meffert 4 3  
  Croatia Ivan Dodig 6 6  
  Croatia Ivan Dodig 2 7 6
6 Austria Andreas Haider-Maurer 6 65 3

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Czech Republic L Rosol 7 3 64
  Spain G Alcaide 5 6 7   Spain G Alcaide 3 64  
  Slovakia L Lacko 7 7     Slovakia L Lacko 6 7  
  Italy Enrico Burzi 66 63     Slovakia L Lacko 7 4 4
Q Croatia N Mektić 7 7   5 Germany D Meffert 65 6 6
  Slovakia I Klec 64 63   Q Croatia N Mektić 3 7 5
  Spain I Cervantes-Huegun 65 63   5 Germany D Meffert 6 65 7
5 Germany D Meffert 7 7   5 Germany D Meffert 6 6  
4 Poland D Olejniczak 3 5     France G Lugassy 2 4  
Q Montenegro G Tošić 6 7   Q Montenegro G Tošić 64 7 2
  Slovakia M Semjan 2 4     France G Lugassy 7 5 6
  France G Lugassy 6 6     France G Lugassy 66 6 6
  Russia K Kravchuk 6 6     Russia K Kravchuk 7 4 4
WC Croatia I Zovko 1 3     Russia K Kravchuk 5 6 6
  Slovakia K Čapkovič 2 6 6   Slovakia K Čapkovič 7 4 4
7 United States R DeHeart 6 2 1

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Slovenia B Kavčič 3 7 7
  United States N Monroe 6 64 66 8 Slovenia B Kavčič 6 6  
  Canada P-L Duclos 62 7 4   Spain G Olaso 4 2  
  Spain G Olaso 7 63 6 8 Slovenia B Kavčič 4 1  
  Czech Republic J Mertl 4 3     Croatia I Dodig 6 6  
  Croatia I Dodig 6 6     Croatia I Dodig 6 4 6
Q Germany S Rieschick 3 66   3 Switzerland G Bastl 4 6 3
3 Switzerland G Bastl 6 7     Croatia I Dodig 2 7 6
6 Austria A Haider-Maurer 1 7 6 6 Austria A Haider-Maurer 6 65 3
Q Finland H Kontinen 6 62 3 6 Austria A Haider-Maurer 3 6 6
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina A Šetkić 2 7 6 WC Bosnia and Herzegovina A Šetkić 6 2 1
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina M Bašić 6 67 4 6 Austria A Haider-Maurer 7 6  
  Belgium Y Mertens 4 6 3 WC Bosnia and Herzegovina I Gorčić 5 3  
  Latvia A Juška 6 4 6   Latvia A Juška 5 4  
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina I Gorčić 63 6 6 WC Bosnia and Herzegovina I Gorčić 7 6  
2 Czech Republic P Šnobel 7 3 1

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