2011 Oberstaufen Cup – Singles

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Singles
2011 Oberstaufen Cup
Champion Germany Daniel Brands
Runner-up Germany Andreas Beck
Final score 6–4, 7–6(7–3)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Martin Fischer was the defending champion, but champion Daniel Brands defeated him in the quarterfinals.

3rd seed Brands claimed the title, defeating Andreas Beck in the final, 6–4, 7–6(7–3).

Seeds[edit]

  1. Austria Andreas Haider-Maurer (withdrew)
  2. Germany Simon Greul (Quarterfinals)
  3. Germany Daniel Brands (Champion)
  4. Slovakia Martin Kližan (First Round)
  5. Austria Martin Fischer (Quarterfinals)
  6. Germany Andreas Beck (Final)
  7. Serbia Nikola Ćirić (Quarterfinals)
  8. Romania Victor Crivoi (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Germany Cedrik-Marcel Stebe 3 6 3
3 Germany Daniel Brands 6 4 6
3 Germany Daniel Brands 6 77  
6 Germany Andreas Beck 4 63  
6 Germany Andreas Beck 77 77  
7 Serbia Nikola Ćirić 65 60  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
LL Brazil A Ghem 6 5 6
  Czech Republic J Hernych 3 7 1 LL Brazil A Ghem 6 6  
WC Germany M Zimmermann 6 6   WC Germany M Zimmermann 4 4  
Q Brazil T Fernandes 1 2   LL Brazil A Ghem 3 7 4
  France G Rufin 6 6     Germany C-M Stebe 6 5 6
  Germany Alexander Flock 3 2     France G Rufin 4 5  
  Germany C-M Stebe 6 6     Germany C-M Stebe 6 7  
8 Romania V Crivoi 2 1     Germany C-M Stebe 3 6 3
3 Germany D Brands 6 4 6 3 Germany D Brands 6 4 6
  Italy M Crugnola 4 6 4 3 Germany D Brands 6 6  
  Slovakia P Červenák 7 6     Slovakia P Červenák 1 4  
WC Germany K Krawietz 5 4   3 Germany D Brands 7 6  
WC Croatia B Puc 6 77   5 Austria M Fischer 5 2  
WC Germany D Kindlmann 4 65   WC Croatia B Puc 3 3  
  Poland M Gawron 2 4   5 Austria M Fischer 6 6  
5 Austria M Fischer 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Germany A Beck 6 6  
  Russia E Donskoy 4 4   6 Germany A Beck 7 6  
  Germany B Knittel 7 4 2   Romania M Copil 5 4  
  Romania M Copil 5 6 6 6 Germany A Beck 6 6  
Q Spain G Trujillo-Soler 6 6     Chile J Aguilar 4 3  
  Italy Andrea Arnaboldi 2 4   Q Spain G Trujillo-Soler 1 3  
  Chile J Aguilar 7 3 77   Chile J Aguilar 6 6  
4 Slovakia M Kližan 5 6 64 6 Germany A Beck 77 77  
7 Serbia N Ćirić 4 6 7 7 Serbia N Ćirić 65 60  
  Croatia K Mesaroš 6 2 66 7 Serbia N Ćirić 6 3 6
  Finland T Nieminen 2 1   Q Slovakia K Čapkovič 1 6 1
Q Slovakia K Čapkovič 6 6   7 Serbia N Ćirić 6 6  
Q Brazil L Kirche 6 65 2 2 Germany S Greul 4 3  
  Germany S Stadler 3 7 6   Germany S Stadler 3 4  
  Slovakia M Semjan 6 1 3 2 Germany S Greul 6 6  
2 Germany S Greul 3 6 6

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