2010 Mitsubishi Electric Cup – Singles

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Singles
2010 Mitsubishi Electric Cup
Champion Germany Daniel Brands
Runner-up Spain Pablo Andújar
Final score 6–7(4), 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Marrero was the defender of championship title, but lost to Christophe Rochus in the second round.
Daniel Brands won in the final 6–7(4), 6–3, 6–4, against Pablo Andújar.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Germany Daniel Brands (Champion)
  2. Russia Igor Kunitsyn (First Round)
  3. Spain Pere Riba (Semifinals)
  4. Romania Victor Crivoi (Quarterfinals, retired)
  5. Jamaica Dustin Brown (First Round)
  6. Serbia Ilija Bozoljac (First Round)
  7. Poland Michał Przysiężny (First Round, retired)
  8. Belgium Christophe Rochus (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 Germany Daniel Brands 6 6  
8 Belgium Christophe Rochus 3 4  
1 Germany Daniel Brands 64 6 6
  Spain Pablo Andújar 7 3 4
3 Spain Pere Riba 4 6 2
  Spain Pablo Andújar 6 3 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Germany D Brands 6 62 7
  Belgium N Desein 2 7 66 1 Germany D Brands 6 6  
  Spain A Ramos-Viñolas 62 6 4   France V Millot 2 3  
  France V Millot 7 3 6 1 Germany D Brands 6 6  
  Croatia R Karanušić 2 r   WC Italy M Trevisan 2 3  
  Switzerland M Lammer 5       Switzerland M Lammer 2 3  
WC Italy M Trevisan 7 6   WC Italy M Trevisan 6 6  
6 Serbia I Bozoljac 62 3   1 Germany D Brands 6 6  
4 Romania V Crivoi 6 7   8 Belgium C Rochus 3 4  
  Chile A García 4 5   4 Romania V Crivoi 7 6  
LL Brazil M Demoliner 1 1   WC Serbia D Katić 65 3  
WC Serbia D Katić 6 6   4 Romania V Crivoi 3 r  
  Austria M Fischer 4 4   8 Belgium C Rochus 1    
  Spain D Marrero 6 6     Spain D Marrero 2 3  
WC Italy S Ianni 0 6 4 8 Belgium C Rochus 6 6  
8 Belgium C Rochus 6 2 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Poland M Przysiężny 2 0 r
WC Italy A Arnaboldi 6 1   WC Italy A Arnaboldi 1 4  
  Czech Republic D Lojda 61 5     Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 6 6  
  Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 7 7     Argentina M Vassallo Argüello 6 2 3
  Italy F Volandri 1 6 6 3 Spain P Riba 4 6 6
Q Netherlands J Huta Galung 6 3 4   Italy F Volandri 6 3 2
  Spain D Muñoz-De La Nava 7 4 63 3 Spain P Riba 4 6 6
3 Spain P Riba 5 6 7 3 Spain P Riba 4 6 2
6 Jamaica D Brown 64 3     Spain P Andújar 6 3 6
  Spain P Andújar 7 6     Spain P Andújar 7 7  
  Ukraine S Bubka 4 2     Chile J Aguilar 5 5  
  Chile J Aguilar 6 6     Spain P Andújar 7 6  
Q Italy F Aldi 6 6   Q Italy F Aldi 63 4  
  United States J Witten 2 3   Q Italy F Aldi 6 6  
Q Monaco B Balleret 6 4 6 Q Monaco B Balleret 2 2  
2 Russia I Kunitsyn 4 6 4

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