2011 Türk Telecom İzmir Cup – Singles

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Singles
2011 Türk Telecom İzmir Cup
Champion Slovakia Lukáš Lacko
Runner-up Turkey Marsel İlhan
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Somdev Devvarman was the defending champion but decided not to participate.

5th seed Lukáš Lacko won the title, defeating 1st seed Marsel İlhan 6–4, 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Turkey Marsel İlhan (Final)
  2. Belgium Steve Darcis (Semifinals)
  3. Italy Flavio Cipolla (Semifinals)
  4. Belgium Ruben Bemelmans (Second Round)
  5. Slovakia Lukáš Lacko (Champion)
  6. Tunisia Malek Jaziri (First Round)
  7. Lithuania Ričardas Berankis (Quarterfinals)
  8. Ukraine Sergei Bubka (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
1 Turkey Marsel İlhan 6 6  
3 Italy Flavio Cipolla 3 4  
1 Turkey Marsel İlhan 4 3  
5 Slovakia Lukáš Lacko 6 6  
5 Slovakia Lukáš Lacko 6 6  
2 Belgium Steve Darcis 2 2  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Turkey M İlhan 6 6  
WC Turkey Muhammet Haylaz 1 0   1 Turkey M İlhan 7 6  
LL Bulgaria D Kutrovsky 6 6   LL Bulgaria D Kutrovsky 5 1  
WC Turkey Durukan Durmus 1 1   1 Turkey M İlhan 6 6  
  Bosnia and Herzegovina A Delić 4 6 1   Lithuania L Grigelis 4 0  
  Lithuania L Grigelis 6 3 6   Lithuania L Grigelis 6 7  
  Germany A Begemann 6 4 6   Germany A Begemann 2 5  
6 Tunisia M Jaziri 4 6 4 1 Turkey M İlhan 6 6  
3 Italy F Cipolla 6 6   3 Italy F Cipolla 3 4  
  France R Jouan 0 4   3 Italy F Cipolla 6 6  
  France F Martin 1r     Q Germany S Stadler 4 1  
Q Germany S Stadler 4     3 Italy F Cipolla 6 6  
Q Russia Ervand Gasparyan 2 6 63 8 Ukraine S Bubka 4 1  
  Canada É Chvojka 6 3 77   Canada É Chvojka 0 1  
  Belgium Y Mertens 3 4   8 Ukraine S Bubka 6 6  
8 Ukraine S Bubka 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Slovakia L Lacko 5 6 7
  Russia M Ledovskikh 7 3 5 5 Slovakia L Lacko 6 6  
  Czech Republic J Mertl 77 6     Czech Republic J Mertl 2 3  
  United Kingdom J Baker 65 3   5 Slovakia L Lacko 6 6  
Q Egypt M Safwat 4 6 62   France C-A Brézac 1 3  
  France Charles-Antoine Brézac 6 2 77   France C-A Brézac 3 6 6
WC Turkey Efe Yurtacan 0 2   4 Belgium R Bemelmans 6 4 2
4 Belgium R Bemelmans 6 6   5 Slovakia L Lacko 6 6  
7 Lithuania R Berankis 7 6   2 Belgium S Darcis 2 2  
  Denmark F Nielsen 5 0   7 Lithuania R Berankis 6 7  
Q Republic of Ireland J McGee 2 2     Italy T Fabbiano 3 63  
  Italy T Fabbiano 6 6   7 Lithuania R Berankis 7 5 4
WC Turkey H Akkoyun 2 3   2 Belgium S Darcis 5 7 6
  Australia C Ball 6 6     Australia C Ball 3 65  
  France G Burquier 6 2 5 2 Belgium S Darcis 6 7  
2 Belgium S Darcis 0 6 7

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