2011 PBZ Zagreb Indoors – Singles

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Singles
2011 PBZ Zagreb Indoors
Champion Croatia Ivan Dodig
Runner-up Germany Michael Berrer
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Marin Čilić was the two-time defending champion; however, he was eliminated by Florian Mayer in the quarterfinals.
Ivan Dodig claimed the first ATP title of his career, by defeating Michael Berrer 6–3, 6–4 in the final match.

Seeds[edit]

First four seeds received a bye into the second round.

  1. Croatia Marin Čilić (Quarterfinals)
  2. Croatia Ivan Ljubičić (Quarterfinals)
  3. Spain Guillermo García-López (Semifinals)
  4. France Richard Gasquet (Quarterfinals, retired)
  5. Germany Florian Mayer (Semifinals)
  6. Spain Marcel Granollers (First Round)
  7. Germany Philipp Petzschner (Second Round)
  8. Germany Michael Berrer (Final)

Qualifying[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
5 Germany Florian Mayer 1 4  
8 Germany Michael Berrer 6 6  
8 Germany Michael Berrer 3 4  
  Croatia Ivan Dodig 6 6  
3 Spain Guillermo García-López 6 65 4
  Croatia Ivan Dodig 4 7 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Croatia M Čilić 7 6  
  Czech Republic J Pospíšil 3 2     Russia I Kunitsyn 63 2  
  Russia I Kunitsyn 6 6   1 Croatia M Čilić 3 4  
  Czech Republic R Štěpánek 6 6   5 Germany F Mayer 6 6  
Q Austria S Koubek 3 2     Czech Republic R Štěpánek 62 3  
WC Croatia F Škugor 6 3 66 5 Germany F Mayer 7 6  
5 Germany F Mayer 3 6 7 5 Germany F Mayer 1 4  
8 Germany M Berrer 6 6  
4 France R Gasquet w/o    
  France A Clément 6 6     France A Clément      
  Kazakhstan M Kukushkin 4 2   4 France R Gasquet 2 r  
Q Slovenia B Kavčič 6 7   8 Germany M Berrer 5    
  Germany M Zverev 2 5   Q Slovenia B Kavčič 4 1  
WC Croatia N Mektić 5 1   8 Germany M Berrer 6 6  
8 Germany M Berrer 7 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Germany P Petzschner 6 6  
  Czech Republic J Hájek 3 3   7 Germany P Petzschner 1 2  
Q United States A Bogomolov Jr. 2 7 7 Q United States A Bogomolov Jr. 6 6  
WC Croatia A Veić 6 64 62 Q United States A Bogomolov Jr. 2 68  
  Slovakia L Lacko 4 6 7 3 Spain G García-López 6 7  
  Turkey M İlhan 6 4 5   Slovakia L Lacko 1 6 2
3 Spain G García-López 6 2 6
3 Spain G García-López 6 65 4
6 Spain M Granollers 3 2     Croatia I Dodig 4 7 6
  Croatia I Dodig 6 6     Croatia I Dodig 6 6  
  Ukraine I Marchenko 7 6     Ukraine I Marchenko 2 3  
Q Serbia D Lajović 5 2     Croatia I Dodig 6 6  
  Germany D Brands 7 62 7 2 Croatia I Ljubičić 4 4  
  Croatia I Karlović 5 7 61   Germany D Brands 2 3  
2 Croatia I Ljubičić 6 6  

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