2010 Polsat Warsaw Open – Singles

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Singles
2010 Polsat Warsaw Open
ChampionRomania Alexandra Dulgheru
Runner-upChina Zheng Jie
Final score6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Alexandra Dulgheru was the defending champion, and won in the final 6-3, 6-4 against Zheng Jie.

Seeds[edit]

The top two seeds received a bye into the second round.

  1. Denmark Caroline Wozniacki (Quarterfinals, retired due to injured ankle)
  2. Russia Elena Dementieva (Second Round)
  3. China Li Na (Semifinals)
  4. France Marion Bartoli (First Round)
  5. China Zheng Jie (Final)
  6. Ukraine Alona Bondarenko (Quarterfinals)
  7. Ukraine Kateryna Bondarenko (First Round)
  8. United States Melanie Oudin (First Round)

Qualifying[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
5 China Zheng Jie 6 7  
Q Hungary Gréta Arn 4 5  
5 China Zheng Jie 3 4  
  Romania Alexandra Dulgheru 6 6  
3 China Li Na 4 6 4
  Romania Alexandra Dulgheru 6 3 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Denmark C Wozniacki 2 6 6
  Germany A Kerber 2 3     Slovenia P Hercog 6 3 4
  Slovenia P Hercog 6 6   1 Denmark C Wozniacki 3 r  
  Czech Republic I Benešová 3 4   5 China J Zheng 6    
  Italy T Garbin 6 6     Italy T Garbin 1 1  
  Belarus O Govortsova 1 7 5 5 China J Zheng 6 6  
5 China J Zheng 6 5 7 5 China J Zheng 6 7  
4 France M Bartoli 6 1 2 Q Hungary G Arn 4 5  
  Czech Republic K Zakopalová 4 6 6   Czech Republic K Zakopalová 4 4  
  Croatia P Martić 5 7 3 Q Hungary G Arn 6 6  
Q Hungary G Arn 7 65 6 Q Hungary G Arn 5 6 6
LL Slovenia A Klepač 3 1   6 Ukraine A Bondarenko 7 4 4
  Czech Republic B Záhlavová-Strýcová 6 6     Czech Republic B Záhlavová-Strýcová 2 4  
  Italy R Vinci 3 1   6 Ukraine A Bondarenko 6 6  
6 Ukraine A Bondarenko 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 United States M Oudin 0 2  
  Slovakia M Rybáriková 6 6     Slovakia M Rybáriková 67 3  
  Italy S Errani 6 6     Italy S Errani 7 6  
Q Serbia B Jovanovski 1 0     Italy S Errani 2 1  
WC Poland M Domachowska 63 6 5 3 China N Li 6 6  
WC Poland K Piter 7 4 7 WC Poland K Piter 0 3  
  Romania IR Olaru 64 0   3 China N Li 6 6  
3 China N Li 7 6   3 China N Li 4 6 4
7 Ukraine K Bondarenko 3 1     Romania A Dulgheru 6 3 6
  Romania A Dulgheru 6 6     Romania A Dulgheru 6 6  
  Switzerland T Bacsinszky 6 6     Switzerland T Bacsinszky 2 4  
Q Romania I-C Begu 0 2     Romania A Dulgheru 6 7  
  Canada A Wozniak 4 1   Q Bulgaria T Pironkova 4 5  
Q Bulgaria T Pironkova 6 6   Q Bulgaria T Pironkova 7 4 6
2 Russia E Dementieva 5 6 4

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