2010 Chang-Sat Bangkok Open – Singles

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Singles
2010 Chang-Sat Bangkok Open
Champion Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
Runner-up Russia Konstantin Kravchuk
Final score 6–1, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2009 · Chang-Sat Bangkok Open · 2011 →

Florian Mayer chose to not defend his 2009 title.
Grigor Dimitrov won this year's event by beating Konstantin Kravchuk 6–1, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. United States Michael Russell (First Round, retired)
  2. Japan Go Soeda (Semifinals)
  3. Germany Denis Gremelmayr (Second Round)
  4. Russia Konstantin Kravchuk (Final)
  5. Australia Matthew Ebden (First Round, retired)
  6. France Laurent Recouderc (Second Round)
  7. Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov (Champion)
  8. Japan Tatsuma Ito (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
Q Germany Sebastian Rieschick 66 77 3
4 Russia Konstantin Kravchuk 77 64 6
4 Russia Konstantin Kravchuk 1 4  
7 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 6 6  
7 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 6 63 6
2 Japan Go Soeda 3 77 0

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States M Russell 3 r  
  United Kingdom J Ward 6       United Kingdom J Ward 6 710  
  China Z Zhang 5 2     United States A Bogomolov Jr. 3 68  
  United States A Bogomolov Jr. 7 6     United Kingdom J Ward 4 4  
Q Germany S Rieschick 3 6 78 Q Germany S Rieschick 6 6  
  Australia N Lindahl 6 4 66 Q Germany S Rieschick 77 6  
WC Thailand P Siriluethaiwattana 1 2   6 France L Recouderc 64 1  
6 France L Recouderc 6 6   Q Germany S Rieschick 66 77 3
4 Russia K Kravchuk 77     4 Russia K Kravchuk 78 64 6
  Czech Republic J Minář 65 r   4 Russia K Kravchuk 6 6  
Q Australia B Tomic 6 7   Q Australia B Tomic 3 1  
  Russia A Kumantsov 1 5   4 Russia K Kravchuk 6 2 6
  South Korea Y-j Kim 4 r   8 Japan T Ito 3 6 3
  Japan Y Sugita 6       Japan Y Sugita 4 4  
  United States R DeHeart 2 5   8 Japan T Ito 6 6  
8 Japan T Ito 6 7  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 2 6 6
Q South Korea J Woong-sun 6 0 1 7 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 6 6  
  Russia E Kirillov 6 6     Russia E Kirillov 4 3  
Q China G Mao-Xin 4 2   7 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 77 6  
WC Russia D Tursunov 7 6   WC Russia D Tursunov 64 3  
WC India Y Bhambri 5 1   WC Russia D Tursunov 3 6 78
WC Thailand D Udomchoke 6 1 4 3 Germany D Gremelmayr 6 4 66
3 Germany D Gremelmayr 2 6 6 7 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 6 63 6
5 Australia M Ebden 2 6 r 2 Japan G Soeda 3 77 0
  Denmark F Nielsen 6 4     Denmark F Nielsen 6 4 5
  Chinese Taipei T-h Yang 1 5     Germany P Gojowczyk 3 6 7
  Germany P Gojowczyk 6 7     Germany P Gojowczyk 1 63  
  Japan T Suzuki 1 2   2 Japan G Soeda 6 77  
  Russia A Kudryavtsev 6 6     Russia A Kudryavtsev 1 r  
  United Kingdom J Goodall 3 4   2 Japan G Soeda 3    
2 Japan G Soeda 6 6  

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