2009 Bauer Watertechnology Cup – Singles

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Singles
2009 Bauer Watertechnology Cup
Champion Germany Daniel Brands
Runner-up Jamaica Dustin Brown
Final score 6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Denis Gremelmayr, who was the defending champion, lost to Alexander Peya already in the first round.
Daniel Brands won in the final match 6–4, 6–4, against Dustin Brown.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Austria Stefan Koubek (First Round)
  2. Germany Daniel Brands (Champion)
  3. Slovenia Blaž Kavčič (Second Round)
  4. France Sébastien de Chaunac (Semifinals)
  5. Czech Republic Lukáš Rosol (Quarterfinals)
  6. Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý (First Round)
  7. Germany Dominik Meffert (First Round)
  8. Germany Denis Gremelmayr (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Jamaica Dustin Brown 3 7 7
  Germany Dieter Kindlmann 6 64 65
  Jamaica Dustin Brown 4 4  
2 Germany Daniel Brands 6 6  
4 France Sébastien de Chaunac 69 1  
2 Germany Daniel Brands 7 6  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Austria S Koubek 6 4 1
  Jamaica D Brown 3 6 6   Jamaica D Brown 6 6  
  Belgium Y Mertens 2 5     Italy A Arnaboldi 2 4  
  Italy A Arnaboldi 6 7     Jamaica D Brown 6 3 6
  Austria M Fischer 1 2   WC Germany P Gojowczyk 3 6 3
  Austria P Oswald 6 6     Austria P Oswald 2 6 5
WC Germany P Gojowczyk 3 7 6 WC Germany P Gojowczyk 6 3 7
6 Slovakia D Hrbatý 6 69 4   Jamaica D Brown 3 7 7
3 Slovenia B Kavčič 7 4 6   Germany D Kindlmann 6 64 65
  Germany J Reister 66 6 2 3 Slovenia B Kavčič 6 3 3
  Germany D Kindlmann 7 6     Germany D Kindlmann 4 6 6
WC Germany C-M Stiebe 5 2     Germany D Kindlmann 6 6  
  Czech Republic R Vik 3 3   Q Germany N Langer 4 2  
Q Germany N Langer 6 6   Q Germany N Langer 6 63 6
  United Kingdom A Bogdanović 7 3 6   United Kingdom A Bogdanović 3 7 2
7 Germany D Meffert 64 6 3

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Germany D Gremelmayr 6 1 3
  Austria A Peya 1 6 6   Austria A Peya 6 2  
  United Kingdom J Goodall 3 7 6   United Kingdom J Goodall 4 0 r
LL Finland T Nieminen 6 64 4   Austria A Peya 4 62  
Q Germany B Knittel 6 6   4 France S de Chaunac 6 7  
  France V Millot 3 2   Q Germany B Knittel 3 2  
WC Germany K Krawietz 3 60   4 France S de Chaunac 6 6  
4 France S de Chaunac 6 7   4 France S de Chaunac 69 1  
5 Czech Republic L Rosol 6 6   2 Germany D Brands 7 6  
WC Germany M Zimmermann 1 4   5 Czech Republic L Rosol 6 6  
  Italy A Stoppini 4 6 7   Italy A Stoppini 4 4  
Q Croatia N Mektić 6 4 67 5 Czech Republic L Rosol 4 4  
  Croatia A Veić 64 1   2 Germany D Brands 6 6  
Q Netherlands A van der Duim 7 6   Q Netherlands A van der Duim 62 6 5
  Czech Republic J Minář 62 63   2 Germany D Brands 7 3 7
2 Germany D Brands 7 7  

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