2013 Orange Open Guadeloupe – Singles

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Singles
2013 Orange Open Guadeloupe
Champion France Benoît Paire
Runner-up Ukraine Sergiy Stakhovsky
Final score 6–4, 5–7, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Goffin was the defending champion but decided to participate at the 2013 Sony Open Tennis instead.
Benoît Paire won the final 6–4, 5–7, 6–4 against Sergiy Stakhovsky to win the title.

Seeds[edit]

  1. France Benoît Paire (Champion)
  2. Czech Republic Lukáš Rosol (Semifinals)
  3. Luxembourg Gilles Müller (Quarterfinals)
  4. Slovakia Lukáš Lacko (Quarterfinals)
  5. Ukraine Sergiy Stakhovsky (Final)
  6. Germany Matthias Bachinger (Semifinals)
  7. Germany Jan-Lennard Struff (Second Round)
  8. France Marc Gicquel (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
1/WC France Benoît Paire 3 6 6
6 Germany Matthias Bachinger 6 1 3
1/WC France Benoît Paire 6 5 6
5 Ukraine Sergiy Stakhovsky 4 7 4
5 Ukraine Sergiy Stakhovsky 2 6 7
2 Czech Republic Lukáš Rosol 6 4 5

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1/WC France B Paire 4 6 6
WC France Calvin Hemery 6 3 2 1/WC France B Paire 6 5 6
  United States A Kuznetsov 3 3     Ukraine D Molchanov 4 7 2
  Ukraine D Molchanov 6 6   1/WC France B Paire 6 6  
Q India P Amritraj 6 6   Q India P Amritraj 2 2  
  United Kingdom J Baker 4 4   Q India P Amritraj 7 77  
  France N Renavand 4 4   8 France M Gicquel 5 65  
8 France M Gicquel 6 6   1/WC France B Paire 3 6 6
4 Slovakia L Lacko 0 6 2 6 Germany M Bachinger 6 1 3
  Germany M Zverev 6 3 0r 4 Slovakia L Lacko 77 6  
  Belgium O Rochus 6 6     Belgium O Rochus 65 2  
  Chinese Taipei J Wang 4 3   4 Slovakia L Lacko 1 4  
  Netherlands J Huta Galung 1 3   6 Germany M Bachinger 6 6  
  Germany M Berrer 6 6     Germany M Berrer 2 3  
Q Chile G Lama 1 2   6 Germany M Bachinger 6 6  
6 Germany M Bachinger 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Ukraine S Stakhovsky 6 6  
  Republic of Ireland J McGee 4 4   5 Ukraine S Stakhovsky 6 77  
  France F Serra 78 6     France F Serra 3 61  
Q Australia J Peers 66 2   5 Ukraine S Stakhovsky 711 6  
  Japan H Moriya 4 3   3 Luxembourg G Müller 69 3  
  Japan Y Sugita 6 6     Japan Y Sugita 3 2  
  Germany C-M Stebe 5 5   3 Luxembourg G Müller 6 6  
3 Luxembourg G Müller 7 7   5 Ukraine S Stakhovsky 2 6 7
7 Germany J-L Struff 3 6 6 2 Czech Republic L Rosol 6 4 5
WC France Julien Obry 6 3 2 7 Germany J-L Struff 5 6 2
  Israel D Sela 6 6     Israel D Sela 7 0 6
  France A Mannarino 2 3     Israel D Sela 5 6 4
WC Belgium K Coppejans 62 2   2 Czech Republic L Rosol 7 2 6
  Romania M Copil 77 6     Romania M Copil 3 1r  
Q Moldova R Borvanov 7 1 0 2 Czech Republic L Rosol 6 1  
2 Czech Republic L Rosol 5 6 6

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