2010 Open 13

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2010 Open 13
Date February 15 – February 21
Edition 17th
Category ATP World Tour 250
Draw 32S/16D
Location Marseille, France
France Michaël Llodra [1]
France Julien Benneteau / France Michaël Llodra [2]
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The 2010 Open 13 is a tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the 17th edition of the Open 13, and is part of the International Series of the 2010 ATP World Tour. It took place at the Palais des Sports in Marseille, France, from February 15 through February 21, 2010.

It was also one of the few ATP tournaments to have been won only by European players, with France with 5 (Guy Forget, Fabrice Santoro, Arnaud Clément, Gilles Simon, and this year's defending champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga), Sweden with 4 (Thomas Enqvist, Joachim Johansson), Switzerland with 4 (Marc Rosset, Roger Federer), Germany with 1 (Boris Becker), Russia with 1 (Yevgeny Kafelnikov), Slovakia with 1 (Dominik Hrbatý), and Great Britain with 1 (Andy Murray).

The singles draw feature ATP No. 8, 2009 French Open finalist Robin Söderling and defending champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Other players include Gaël Monfils, Gilles Simon, Tommy Robredo, Mikhail Youzhny, Marcos Baghdatis and Julien Benneteau. The previous top two seeds here were Andy Murray and Juan Martín del Potro, but both had pulled out of the tournament earlier.

ATP entrants[edit]


Player Nationality Ranking* Seeding
Robin Söderling Sweden Sweden 8 1
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga France France 9 2
Gaël Monfils France France 13 3
Tommy Robredo Spain Spain 15 4
Gilles Simon France France 16 5
Mikhail Youzhny Russia Russia 20 6
Marcos Baghdatis Cyprus Cyprus 36 7
Julien Benneteau France France 38 8
  • Rankings as of February 8, 2010.

Other entrants[edit]

The following players received wildcards into the main draw:

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

The following players received entry as a lucky loser from the qualifying draw:



France Michaël Llodra defeated France Julien Benneteau, 6–3, 6–4

  • It was Llodra's first title of the year, 4th title of his career, and his second consecutive final of the event.


France Julien Benneteau / France Michaël Llodra defeated Austria Julian Knowle / Sweden Robert Lindstedt, 6–3, 6–4


  1. ^ "ATP – 2010 Marseille Men's Singles draw". www.atpworldtour.com. ATP. 
  2. ^ "ATP – 2010 Marseille Men's Doubles draw". www.atpworldtour.com. ATP. 

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