2013 Orto-Lääkärit Open – Singles

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Singles
2013 IPP Open
and the Orto-Lääkärit Open
Champion Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko
Runner-up Sweden Susanne Celik
Final score 7–5, 4–6, 7–5
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Amra Sadiković was the defending champion, having won the event in 2012, but chose not to participate in 2013.

Jeļena Ostapenko won the tournament, defeating Susanne Celik in the final, 7–5, 4–6, 7–5.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Russia Alexandra Artamonova (withdrew)
  2. Sweden Susanne Celik (final)
  3. Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko (champion)
  4. Hungary Vanda Lukács (second round; retired)
  5. Finland Piia Suomalainen (withdrew)
  6. Russia Anna Smolina (semifinals)
  7. Netherlands Quirine Lemoine (semifinals)
  8. Sweden Anette Munozova (second round)

Main draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
6 Russia Anna Smolina 4 2
3 Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko 6 6
3 Latvia Jeļena Ostapenko 7 4 7
2 Sweden Susanne Celik 5 6 5
7 Netherlands Quirine Lemoine 2 4
2 Sweden Susanne Celik 6 6

Top half[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
LL Russia M Gasymova 0 2
  Netherlands R van der Hoek 6 6 Netherlands R van der Hoek 3 6 6
  Germany GM Mpassy-Nzoumba 1 3 WC Finland O Pimiä 6 4 1
WC Finland O Pimiä 6 6 Netherlands R van der Hoek 1 0r
Q Sweden F Östlund 7 6 6 Russia A Smolina 6 0
  Finland MN Eklund 5 4 Q Sweden F Östlund 6 4 2
Q Finland E Joronen 0 1 6 Russia A Smolina 4 6 6
6 Russia A Smolina 6 6 6 Russia A Smolina 4 2
3 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 6 3 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 6
WC Finland J Ranta-Aho 0 0 3 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 6
Q Russia A Artemova 7 2 2 Estonia B Burk 1 3
  Estonia B Burk 5 6 6 3 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 1 6
  Estonia E Paalma 6 6 Estonia E Paalma 0 6 2
Q Finland A Sillanpää 2 4 Estonia E Paalma 6 6
Q Finland R Timonen 3 2 8 Sweden A Munozova 2 1
8 Sweden A Munozova 6 6

Bottom half[edit]

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Netherlands Q Lemoine 6 78
  Czech Republic M Přádová 2 66 7 Netherlands Q Lemoine 6 6
Q Russia Y Parshina 6 6 Q Russia Y Parshina 2 4
Q United Kingdom R Berisha 4 3 7 Netherlands Q Lemoine 6 79
  Finland M-E Pasanen 4 4 WC Finland P Piirtola 1 67
WC Finland P Piirtola 6 6 WC Finland P Piirtola 6 3
  Finland T Tuomi 4 4 4 Hungary V Lukács 2 1r
4 Hungary V Lukács 6 6 7 Netherlands Q Lemoine 2 4
LL Finland K Parviainen 1 4 2 Sweden S Celik 6 6
  Russia N Belova 6 6 Russia N Belova 63 62
  Finland E Leivo 6 6 Finland E Leivo 77 77
Q Estonia V Gorlats 3 4 Finland E Leivo 4 2
WC Finland N Nylund 3 3 2 Sweden S Celik 6 6
  Russia D Afanasyeva 6 6 Russia D Afanasyeva 3 4
  Finland H Tolonen 2 2 2 Sweden S Celik 6 6
2 Sweden S Celik 6 6

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