2013 BH Telecom Indoors – Singles

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Singles
2013 BH Telecom Indoors
Champion France Adrian Mannarino
Runner-up Germany Dustin Brown
Final score 7–6(7–3), 7–6(7–2)
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2012 · BH Telecom Indoors · 2014 →

Jan Hernych was the defending champion but lost in the second round to Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
Adrian Mannarino defeated Dustin Brown 7–6(7–3), 7–6(7–2) in the final to win the title.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Slovenia Blaž Kavčič (First Round)
  2. France Josselin Ouanna (Second Round)
  3. Serbia Dušan Lajović (Second Round)
  4. France Adrian Mannarino (Champion)
  5. Germany Simon Greul (Second Round)
  6. Germany Dustin Brown (Final)
  7. Germany Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (First Round)
  8. Slovakia Karol Beck (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
8 Slovakia Karol Beck 66 4
6 Germany Dustin Brown 78 6
6 Germany Dustin Brown 63 62  
4 France Adrian Mannarino 77 77  
4 France Adrian Mannarino 6 6
Croatia Nikola Mektić 2 4

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Slovenia B Kavčič 77 3 4
Czech Republic J Veselý 64 6 6   Czech Republic J Veselý 77 65 3
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina T Brkić 78 6 WC Bosnia and Herzegovina T Brkić 65 77 6
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina Franjo Raspudić 66 3 WC Bosnia and Herzegovina T Brkić 4 3
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina M Bašić 3 3 8 Slovakia K Beck 6 6
Q France F Martin 6 6 Q France F Martin 2 63
  Spain A Menéndez-Maceiras 77 4 5 8 Slovakia K Beck 6 77
8 Slovakia K Beck 65 6 7 8 Slovakia K Beck 66 4
3 Serbia D Lajović 6 6 6 Germany D Brown 78 6
Portugal P Sousa 0 4 3 Serbia D Lajović 5 3
Kazakhstan E Korolev 6 6 Kazakhstan E Korolev 7 6
Germany B Knittel 4 4   Kazakhstan E Korolev 64 79 2
Ukraine O Nedovyesov 6 6 6 Germany D Brown 77 67 6
Q Slovakia I Zelenay 3 3   Ukraine O Nedovyesov 3 4
Italy A Giannessi 3 3 6 Germany D Brown 6 6
6 Germany D Brown 6 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Germany C-M Stebe 4 6 69
France P-H Herbert 6 4 711   France P-H Herbert 4 6 7
  Belgium Y Mertens 2 64 Czech Republic J Hernych 6 4 5
Czech Republic J Hernych 6 77   France P-H Herbert 713 65 67
Q Croatia A Pavić 3 68 4 France A Mannarino 611 77 79
Belgium N Desein 6 710   Belgium N Desein 64 7 4
  Bosnia and Herzegovina D Džumhur 5 63 4 France A Mannarino 77 5 6
4 France A Mannarino 7 77 4 France A Mannarino 6 6
5 Germany S Greul 77 5 77 Croatia N Mektić 2 4
Poland M Przysiężny 62 7 64 5 Germany S Greul 4 64
Q Croatia M Draganja 5 4 Croatia N Mektić 6 77
Croatia N Mektić 7 6   Croatia N Mektić 6 6
Netherlands M Middelkoop 3 4 Czech Republic J Mertl 2 4
Czech Republic J Mertl 6 6   Czech Republic J Mertl 6 79
WC Bosnia and Herzegovina I Gorčić 4 64 2 France J Ouanna 4 67
2 France J Ouanna 6 77

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