2010 Copa Petrobras São Paulo – Singles

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Singles
2010 Copa Petrobras São Paulo
Champion Brazil Marcos Daniel
Runner-up Brazil Thomaz Bellucci
Final score 6–1, 3–6, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Thomaz Bellucci was the defending champion, however he lost in the final to his compatriot Marcos Daniel in three sets (1–6, 6–3, 3–6).

Seeds[edit]

  1. Brazil Thomaz Bellucci (Final)
  2. Spain Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo (First Round)
  3. Portugal Rui Machado (Quarterfinals)
  4. Brazil João Souza (First Round)
  5. Spain Albert Ramos-Viñolas (First Round)
  6. Chile Nicolás Massú (Second Round)
  7. Kazakhstan Yuri Schukin (Quarterfinals)
  8. Spain Daniel Muñoz-de la Nava (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
1/WC Brazil Thomaz Bellucci 4 6 6
WC Sweden Christian Lindell 6 3 3
1/WC Brazil Thomaz Bellucci 1 6 3
  Brazil Marcos Daniel 6 3 6
  Brazil Marcos Daniel 6 7  
Q France Nicolas Devilder 4 5  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1/WC Brazil T Bellucci 6 6  
ALT Slovakia I Klec 2 0   1/WC Brazil T Bellucci 6 6  
SE Chile P Capdeville 6 6   SE Chile P Capdeville 2 4  
  Brazil C Zampieri 3 4   1/WC Brazil T Bellucci 6 6  
  France É Prodon 2       Portugal L Tavares 3 3  
  Chile J Aguilar 0 r     France É Prodon 6 65 4
  Portugal L Tavares 6 6     Portugal L Tavares 4 7 6
8 Spain D Muñoz-de la Nava 4 4   1/WC Brazil T Bellucci 4 6 6
4 Brazil J Souza 7 2 3 WC Sweden C Lindell 6 3 3
WC Sweden C Lindell 5 6 6 WC Sweden C Lindell 6 6  
  Brazil T Alves 6 6     Brazil T Alves 3 4  
LL Brazil E Ribeiro Neto 3 4   WC Sweden C Lindell 4 6 6
  Argentina JP Brzezicki 6 4 4 7 Kazakhstan Y Schukin 6 3 4
Q France M Teixeira 3 6 6 Q France M Teixeira 4 1  
PR Argentina D Hartfield 3 5   7 Kazakhstan Y Schukin 6 6  
7 Kazakhstan Y Schukin 6 7  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Chile N Massú 6 1 6
Q France T Cazes-Carrère 3 6 1 6 Chile N Massú 1 4  
  Brazil M Daniel 6 7     Brazil M Daniel 6 6  
Q Brazil T Lopes 1 5     Brazil M Daniel 6 6  
  Paraguay R Delgado 2 2   3 Portugal R Machado 1 4  
  Brazil J Silva 6 6     Brazil J Silva 61 6 3
  France O Patience 6 1 0 3 Portugal R Machado 7 4 6
3 Portugal R Machado 4 6 6   Brazil M Daniel 6 7  
5 Spain A Ramos-Viñolas 6 1 4 Q France N Devilder 4 5  
Q France N Devilder 4 6 6 Q France N Devilder 6 6  
WC Brazil T Fernandes 3 7 6 WC Brazil T Fernandes 3 4  
WC Brazil A Meirelles 6 5 0 Q France N Devilder 2 7 6
  Brazil R Dutra da Silva 7 6     Brazil R Dutra da Silva 6 5 1
  Croatia A Veić 5 4     Brazil R Dutra da Silva 6 7  
  Brazil R Hocevar 6 6     Brazil R Hocevar 3 64  
2 Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 2 2  

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