2010 Generali Ladies Linz – Singles

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Singles
2010 Generali Ladies Linz
Champions Serbia Ana Ivanovic
Runners-up Switzerland Patty Schnyder
Final score 6–1, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles

Yanina Wickmayer was the defending champion, but chose to participate in the 100,000+H ITF event in Torhout, Belgium.

Ana Ivanovic won in the final 6–1, 6–2, against Patty Schnyder after 45 minutes of play; to win her second title here. It was her first career title since winning this tournament in 2008, after going through a poor two years of her career.[1]

Seeds[edit]

  1. United States Serena Williams (withdrew due to a right foot injury)
  2. Slovakia Daniela Hantuchová (Quarterfinals)
  3. Ukraine Alona Bondarenko (First Round)
  4. Slovakia Dominika Cibulková (First Round)
  5. Czech Republic Petra Kvitová (Second Round)
  6. Germany Andrea Petkovic (Semifinals)
  7. Serbia Ana Ivanovic (Champion)
  8. Czech Republic Klára Zakopalová (Second Round)
  9. Italy Sara Errani (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Italy Roberta Vinci 3 5    
7/WC  Serbia Ana Ivanovic 6 7    
  7/WC  Serbia Ana Ivanovic 6 6  
     Switzerland Patty Schnyder 1 2  
6  Germany Andrea Petkovic 2 6 5
     Switzerland Patty Schnyder 6 4 7  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
3 Ukraine A Bondarenko 2 2  
  Italy R Vinci 6 6     Italy R Vinci 6 6  
WC Austria Y Meusburger 7 3 3   Sweden S Arvidsson 4 2  
  Sweden S Arvidsson 5 6 6   Italy R Vinci 5 6 6
  France A Cornet 1 3   9 Italy S Errani 7 3 4
Q Czech Republic R Voráčová 6 6   Q Czech Republic R Voráčová 2 2  
Q Kazakhstan S Karatantcheva 2 2   9 Italy S Errani 6 6  
9 Italy S Errani 6 6     Italy R Vinci 3 5  
5 Czech Republic P Kvitová 6 1   7/WC Serbia A Ivanovic 6 7  
  Australia A Rodionova 2 0 r 5 Czech Republic P Kvitová 2 1  
Q Slovenia P Hercog 4 6 4   Germany J Görges 6 6  
  Germany J Görges 6 4 6   Germany J Görges 66 2  
  Czech Republic B Záhlavová-Strýcová 65 6 6 7/WC Serbia A Ivanovic 7 6  
  Latvia A Sevastova 7 1 4   Czech Republic B Záhlavová-Strýcová 3 2  
LL Romania S Cîrstea 2 0   7/WC Serbia A Ivanovic 6↑ 6  
7/WC Serbia A Ivanovic 6 6  

↑Ana Ivanovic was docked one game in the first set for taking too long during a bathroom break.[2]

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Germany A Petkovic 6 6  
  Germany A Kerber 3 4   6 Germany A Petkovic 6 6  
  United Kingdom A Keothavong 4 6 7   United Kingdom A Keothavong 0 3  
  Australia J Groth 6 1 64 6 Germany A Petkovic 6 6  
WC Austria S Bammer 7 6   Q Greece E Daniilidou 3 2  
  Russia A Chakvetadze 5 0   WC Austria S Bammer 1 62  
Q Greece E Daniilidou 6 6   Q Greece E Daniilidou 6 7  
4 Slovakia D Cibulková 2 4   6 Germany A Petkovic 2 6 5
8 Czech Republic K Zakopalová 7 7     Switzerland P Schnyder 6 4 7
  Russia E Vesnina 5 5   8 Czech Republic K Zakopalová 2 0  
  Argentina G Dulko 2 3     Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
  Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6     Switzerland P Schnyder 6 6  
  Spain A Parra Santonja 3 3   2 Slovakia D Hantuchová 4 4  
  Spain C Suárez Navarro 6 6     Spain C Suárez Navarro 4 3  
  Ukraine K Bondarenko 1 2   2 Slovakia D Hantuchová 6 6  
2 Slovakia D Hantuchová 6 6  

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