2011 Challenger DCNS de Cherbourg – Singles

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Singles
2011 Challenger DCNS de Cherbourg
Champion Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
Runner-up France Nicolas Mahut
Final score 6–2, 7–6(7–4)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Nicolas Mahut was the defending champion and 2nd seed. He reached the final, but lost to 1st seed Grigor Dimitrov 2–6, 6–7(4–7).

Seeds[edit]

  1. Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov (Champion)
  2. France Nicolas Mahut (Final)
  3. France Arnaud Clément (First round)
  4. France Édouard Roger-Vasselin (Second round)
  5. France Benoît Paire (Second round)
  6. Germany Andreas Beck (First round)
  7. Russia Alexandre Kudryavtsev (Second round)
  8. Switzerland Stéphane Bohli (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
1 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 6 6  
  France Stéphane Robert 3 0  
1 Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov 6 77  
2 France Nicolas Mahut 2 65  
  Slovakia Karol Beck 6 4 3
2 France Nicolas Mahut 4 6 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 77 77  
  France D Guez 63 64   1 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 77 6  
  France J Ouanna 3 0     Czech Republic I Minář 65 2  
  Czech Republic I Minář 6 6   1 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 64 77 6
  France V Millot 2 0 r 8 Switzerland S Bohli 77 64 3
  France M Gicquel 6 3     France M Gicquel 3 2  
  Belgium Y Mertens 1 77 1 8 Switzerland S Bohli 6 6  
8 Switzerland S Bohli 6 63 6 1 Bulgaria G Dimitrov 6 6  
3 France A Clément 4 66     France S Robert 3 0  
SE Germany Stefan Seifert 6 78   SE Germany S Seifert 2 3  
  France S Robert 6 6     France S Robert 6 6  
Q Czech Republic J Mertl 3 0     France S Robert 6 6  
  Russia K Kravchuk 1 3     Australia J Millman 3 3  
  Australia J Millman 6 6     Australia J Millman 6 2 77
  France G Burquier 6 62 3 7 Russia A Kudryavtsev 4 6 62
7 Russia A Kudryavtsev 1 77 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Germany A Beck 6 63 3
  Slovakia M Semjan 1 77 6   Slovakia M Semjan 6 2 6
WC France A Sidorenko 6 6   WC France A Sidorenko 2 6 2
  Slovakia P Červenák 1 4     Slovakia M Semjan 2 1  
  Slovakia K Beck 6 3 6   Slovakia K Beck 6 6  
WC France J Eysseric 4 6 3   Slovakia K Beck 6 6  
  Australia B Klein 3 4   4 France É Roger-Vasselin 4 4  
4 France É Roger-Vasselin 6 6     Slovakia K Beck 6 4 3
5/WC France B Paire 6 3 77 2 France N Mahut 4 6 6
  France R Jouan 4 6 64 5/WC France B Paire 3 4  
Q Belgium N Desein 2 2     Spain R Bautista-Agut 6 6  
  Spain R Bautista-Agut 6 6     Spain R Bautista-Agut 4 4  
Q France M Teixeira 77 65 3 2 France N Mahut 6 6  
WC France K de Schepper 64 77 6 WC France K de Schepper 3 6 62
Q Netherlands M Middelkoop 6 3 2 2 France N Mahut 6 4 77
2 France N Mahut 2 6 6

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