2009 MercedesCup – Singles

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Singles
2009 MercedesCup
Champion France Jérémy Chardy
Runner-up Romania Victor Hănescu
Final score 1–6, 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Juan Martín del Potro was the defending champion, but chose not to participate that year.

Jérémy Chardy won in the final 1–6, 6–3, 6–4 against Victor Hănescu.

Seeds[edit]

  1. France Gilles Simon (Second Round)
  2. Russia Nikolay Davydenko (Quarterfinals)
  3. Czech Republic Tomáš Berdych (First Round)
  4. Romania Victor Hănescu (Final)
  5. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber (Second Round)
  6. Spain Albert Montañés (withdrew)
  7. France Fabrice Santoro (First Round)
  8. Argentina José Acasuso (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
  France Jérémy Chardy 6 7  
  Germany Nicolas Kiefer 3 5  
  France Jérémy Chardy 1 6 6
4 Romania Victor Hănescu 6 3 4
4 Romania Victor Hănescu 6 64 6
  Italy Fabio Fognini 3 7 2

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 France G Simon 6 6  
  Germany P Petzschner 3 4   1 France G Simon 3 2  
  Germany M Zverev 6 6     Germany M Zverev 6 6  
  Spain G García-López 2 4     Germany M Zverev 64 1  
  Kazakhstan A Golubev 6 3 0   France J Chardy 7 6  
  Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 3 6 6   Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 6 3 1
  France J Chardy 6 7     France J Chardy 2 6 6
8 Argentina J Acasuso 2 64     France J Chardy 6 7  
3 Czech Republic T Berdych 3 3     Germany N Kiefer 3 5  
  Germany N Kiefer 6 6     Germany N Kiefer 6 6  
  Germany A Beck 64 65   WC Germany S Greul 3 4  
WC Germany S Greul 7 7     Germany N Kiefer 6 6  
Q Poland Ł Kubot 6 6   Q Poland Ł Kubot 2 1  
Q Spain P Andújar 2 4   Q Poland Ł Kubot 6 6  
  Argentina D Junqueira 3 2   5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 2 4  
5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 6  

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
LL France A Sidorenko 7 1 6
Q Spain D Muñoz-De La Nava 63 6 2 LL France A Sidorenko 2 6 6
  Serbia J Tipsarević 4 4     Spain Ó Hernández 6 4 3
  Spain Ó Hernández 6 6   LL France A Sidorenko 62 4  
  Czech Republic I Minář 6 62 4 4 Romania V Hănescu 7 6  
  Germany R Schüttler 2 7 6   Germany R Schüttler 2 1  
Q Germany D Meffert 4 66   4 Romania V Hănescu 6 6  
4 Romania V Hănescu 6 7   4 Romania V Hănescu 6 64 6
7 France F Santoro 7 63 1   Italy F Fognini 3 7 2
  Italy F Fognini 5 7 6   Italy F Fognini 6 4  
  Russia M Youzhny 64 64     France P-H Mathieu 4 1 r
  France P-H Mathieu 7 7     Italy F Fognini 6 3 7
WC Germany M Berrer 0 7 7 2 Russia N Davydenko 1 6 5
WC Austria S Koubek 6 63 64 WC Germany M Berrer 3 3  
  Spain I Navarro 6 5 3 2 Russia N Davydenko 6 6  
2 Russia N Davydenko 4 7 6

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