2010 Samarkand Challenger – Singles

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Singles
2010 Samarkand Challenger
Champion Slovakia Andrej Martin
Runner-up Slovakia Marek Semjan
Final score 6–4, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
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Dustin Brown was the defending champion, but he chose to compete in Istanbul challenger instead.
Andrej Martin won the title, after won 6–4, 7–5 against his compatriot Marek Semjan in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Slovenia Blaž Kavčič (Quarterfinals)
  2. Spain Óscar Hernández (First Round)
  3. Russia Andrey Kuznetsov (Second Round)
  4. France Guillaume Rufin (First Round)
  5. Russia Evgeny Kirillov (Second Round)
  6. Slovakia Andrej Martin (Champion)
  7. Slovakia Marek Semjan (Final)
  8. Latvia Andis Juška (Semifinals, retired due to stomach ache)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
  Estonia Jürgen Zopp 4 6 65
7 Slovakia Marek Semjan 6 3 7
7 Slovakia Marek Semjan 4 5  
6/Q Slovakia Andrej Martin 6 7  
8 Latvia Andis Juška 4 r  
6/Q Slovakia Andrej Martin 5    

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Slovenia B Kavčič 6 6  
WC Brazil T Fernandes 2 2   1 Slovenia B Kavčič 69 6 6
WC Uzbekistan A Saidmukhamedov 2 1     Spain C Poch-Gradin 7 3 4
  Spain C Poch-Gradin 6 6   1 Slovenia B Kavčič 6 5 5
  Ukraine D Molchanov 3 2     Estonia J Zopp 1 7 7
  Estonia J Zopp 6 6     Estonia J Zopp 6 7  
  Germany A Flock 6 3 1 5 Russia E Kirillov 3 67  
5 Russia E Kirillov 4 6 6   Estonia J Zopp 4 6 65
3 Russia A Kuznetsov 6 6   7 Slovakia M Semjan 6 3 7
  Czech Republic J Minář 4 4   3 Russia A Kuznetsov 3 6 4
  New Zealand J Statham 5 5     Russia V Rudnev 6 2 6
  Russia V Rudnev 7 7     Russia V Rudnev 4 64  
WC Uzbekistan M Inoyatov 6 6   7 Slovakia M Semjan 6 7  
  Russia A Kumantsov 4 0   WC Uzbekistan M Inoyatov 4 2  
  Argentina J-M Valverde 3 3   7 Slovakia M Semjan 6 6  
7 Slovakia M Semjan 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Latvia A Juška 6 2 6
Q France A Michon 4 6 3 8 Latvia A Juška 6 7  
  Kazakhstan A Kedryuk 6 4 3   Russia M Ledovskikh 4 61  
  Russia M Ledovskikh 4 6 6 8 Latvia A Juška 7 6  
WC Uzbekistan V Uzakov 3 4     New Zealand M Venus 62 3  
Q Lithuania L Grigelis 6 6   Q Lithuania L Grigelis 6 3 63
  New Zealand M Venus 6 7     New Zealand M Venus 2 6 7
4 France G Rufin 2 66   8 Latvia A Juška 4 r  
6/Q Slovakia A Martin 7 63 6 6/Q Slovakia A Martin 5    
Q Ukraine A Smirnov 5 7 3 6/Q Slovakia A Martin 6 6  
  Russia M Elgin 6 5 7   Russia M Elgin 2 3  
SE South Korea W-s Jun 2 7 5 6/Q Slovakia A Martin 7 6  
  Serbia B Pašanski 6 6     Chinese Taipei T-h Yang 5 3  
  Germany D Blömke 4 4     Serbia B Pašanski 4 1  
  Chinese Taipei T-h Yang 6 6     Chinese Taipei T-h Yang 6 6  
2 Spain Ó Hernández 1 2  

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