2011 IPP Open – Singles

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Singles
2011 IPP Open
Champion Germany Daniel Brands
Runner-up Germany Matthias Bachinger
Final score 7–6(7–2), 7–6(7–5)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Ričardas Berankis is the defending champion, but lost in the first round to Adrian Mannarino.
Daniel Brands won the title, defeating Matthias Bachinger 7–6(7–2), 7–6(7–5) in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Uzbekistan Denis Istomin (Second Round)
  2. Finland Jarkko Nieminen (withdrew due to a throat problem)
  3. France Adrian Mannarino (Second Round)
  4. Australia Matthew Ebden (First Round)
  5. Slovakia Martin Kližan (First Round)
  6. Slovakia Karol Beck (First Round)
  7. Germany Michael Berrer (Quarterfinals)
  8. France Stéphane Robert (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Germany Matthias Bachinger 6 6  
SE Canada Frank Dancevic 3 4  
  Germany Matthias Bachinger 62 65  
  Germany Daniel Brands 77 77  
  Germany Dustin Brown 4 6 3
  Germany Daniel Brands 6 3 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Uzbekistan D Istomin 6 6  
WC Finland M Kontinen 3 2   1 Uzbekistan D Istomin 4 4  
  Germany M Bachinger 6 6     Germany M Bachinger 6 6  
  France B Paire 1 4     Germany M Bachinger 77 7  
LL Germany M Zverev 63 0     Poland M Przysiężny 62 5  
Q Finland T Nieminen 77 6   Q Finland T Nieminen 3 1  
  Poland M Przysiężny 6 77     Poland M Przysiężny 6 6  
6 Slovakia K Beck 3 63     Germany M Bachinger 6 6  
3 France A Mannarino 77 7   SE Canada F Dancevic 3 4  
  Lithuania R Berankis 63 5   3 France A Mannarino 78 5 1
  Turkey M İlhan 2 77 4   Estonia J Zopp 66 7 6
  Estonia J Zopp 6 65 6   Estonia J Zopp 3 3  
SE Canada F Dancevic 7 6   SE Canada F Dancevic 6 6  
Q Argentina F Delbonis 5 3   SE Canada F Dancevic 6 7  
LL Germany Jan-Lennard Struff 64 4   8 France S Robert 3 5  
8 France S Robert 77 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Slovakia M Kližan 3 4  
  Germany D Brown 6 6     Germany D Brown 1 6 712
  Slovakia L Lacko 6 6     Slovakia L Lacko 6 4 610
WC Serbia M Djokovic 4 2     Germany D Brown 6 7  
Q Russia M Elgin 77 6   Q Russia M Elgin 0 5  
WC Finland Herkko Pöllänen 63 4   Q Russia M Elgin 2 6 6
  Romania A Ungur 6 6     Romania A Ungur 6 3 3
4 Australia M Ebden 4 2     Germany D Brown 4 6 3
7 Germany M Berrer 77 6     Germany D Brands 6 3 6
WC Finland H Heliövaara 64 4   7 Germany M Berrer 77 4 6
Q Slovakia A Martin 6 62 6 Q Slovakia A Martin 65 6 1
  Argentina H Zeballos 2 77 4 7 Germany M Berrer 6 3 4
  France K de Schepper 5 64     Germany D Brands 4 6 6
  Germany D Brands 7 77     Germany D Brands 6 6  
  Italy P Lorenzi 6 6     Italy P Lorenzi 4 3  
LL United Kingdom Joshua Milton 4 4  

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