2010 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships – Singles

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Singles
2010 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
ChampionUnited States Mardy Fish
Runner-upBelgium Olivier Rochus
Final score5–7, 6–3, 6–4
Details
Draw32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2009 · Hall of Fame Tennis Championships · 2011 →

Rajeev Ram was the champion in 2009; however, he lost to qualifier Raven Klaasen in the second round.
Mardy Fish defeated Olivier Rochus in the final 5–7, 6–3, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. United States Sam Querrey (Second Round)
  2. Colombia Santiago Giraldo (Second Round)
  3. Colombia Alejandro Falla (First Round)
  4. Belgium Olivier Rochus (Final)
  5. United States Mardy Fish (Champion)
  6. Slovakia Karol Beck (First Round)
  7. United States Rajeev Ram (Second Round)
  8. United States Taylor Dent (First round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Argentina Brian Dabul 3 2  
4 Belgium Olivier Rochus 6 6  
4 Belgium Olivier Rochus 7 3 4
5 United States Mardy Fish 5 6 6
5 United States Mardy Fish 77 6  
Q United Kingdom Richard Bloomfield 65 4  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States S Querrey 6 6  
  United States J Levine 3 3   1 United States S Querrey 4 3  
  Germany B Phau 63 79 4   Jamaica D Brown 6 6  
  Jamaica D Brown 77 67 6   Jamaica D Brown 4 4  
  Argentina B Dabul 5 6 0   Argentina B Dabul 6 6  
  Australia C Ball 7 2 1r   Argentina B Dabul 7 6  
  Japan G Soeda 6 3 6   Japan G Soeda 5 2  
8 United States T Dent 4 6 4   Argentina B Dabul 3 2
4 Belgium O Rochus 77 6   4 Belgium O Rochus 6 6
  France É Roger-Vasselin 62 4   4 Belgium O Rochus 6 6  
Q Ukraine S Bubka 77 6 Q Ukraine S Bubka 3 3  
  Australia C Guccione 60 4 4 Belgium O Rochus 6 6  
  Serbia I Bozoljac 65 60   Q South Africa R Klaasen 1 3  
Q South Africa R Klaasen 77 77   Q South Africa R Klaasen 5 6 77
  Spain I Navarro 3 63   7 United States R Ram 7 1 63
7 United States R Ram 6 77  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 United States M Fish 6 6  
  United States M Russell 1 2   5 United States M Fish 6 6  
  United States K Kim 4 3     India S Devvarman 2 0  
  India S Devvarman 6 6   5 United States M Fish 66 6 6
  France M Gicquel 5 4     Canada F Dancevic 78 4 4
  Canada F Dancevic 7 6     Canada F Dancevic 77 6  
WC France N Mahut 6 1 6 WC France N Mahut 65 3  
3 Colombia A Falla 3 6 3 5 United States M Fish 77 6  
6 Slovakia K Beck 1 2   Q United Kingdom R Bloomfield 65 4  
WC United States R Harrison 6 6   WC United States R Harrison 7 77  
  Spain S Ventura 3 6 5 WC United States D Kudla 5 65  
WC United States D Kudla 6 3 7 WC United States R Harrison 7 63 5
  Belgium C Rochus 61 3   Q United Kingdom R Bloomfield 5 77 7
Q United Kingdom R Bloomfield 77 6   Q United Kingdom R Bloomfield 6 77  
Q Austria A Peya 61 6 4 2 Colombia S Giraldo 3 65  
2 Colombia S Giraldo 77 1 6

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