2019 Ladies Open Lugano – Singles

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Singles
2019 Ladies Open Lugano
ChampionSlovenia Polona Hercog
Runner-upPoland Iga Świątek
Final score6–3, 3–6, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Elise Mertens was the defending champion, but chose not to participate this year.[1]

Polona Hercog won the title, defeating Iga Świątek in the final, 6–3, 3–6, 6–3.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Switzerland Belinda Bencic (First round)
  2. Spain Carla Suárez Navarro (First round)
  3. Slovakia Viktória Kužmová (Second round)
  4. Belgium Alison Van Uytvanck (Second round)
  5. France Pauline Parmentier (First round)
  6. Russia Ekaterina Alexandrova (First round)
  7. Sweden Rebecca Peterson (Second round)
  8. Belarus Vera Lapko (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  Czech Republic Kristýna Plíšková 0 1
  Poland Iga Świątek 6 6
  Poland Iga Świątek 3 6 3
  Slovenia Polona Hercog 6 3 6
  France Fiona Ferro 5 4
  Slovenia Polona Hercog 7 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Switzerland B Bencic 5 2
Q Germany A Lottner 7 6 Q Germany A Lottner 2 4
WC Switzerland Y In-Albon 4 5 Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 6 6
Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 6 7 Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 4 6 7
Switzerland T Bacsinszky 6 6 WC Russia S Kuznetsova 6 3 5
Germany T Korpatsch 0 2 Switzerland T Bacsinszky 7 3 4
WC Russia S Kuznetsova 3 6 78 WC Russia S Kuznetsova 5 6 6
6 Russia E Alexandrova 6 2 66 Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 0 1
3 Slovakia V Kužmová 6 6 Poland I Świątek 6 6
Q Italy G Gatto-Monticone 2 2 3 Slovakia V Kužmová 3 6 2
Poland I Świątek 6 6 Poland I Świątek 6 3 6
Q Ukraine K Zavatska 3 0 Poland I Świątek 4 6 6
Russia E Rodina 62 6 7 8 Belarus V Lapko 6 4 1
Q Denmark C Tauson 77 2 5 Russia E Rodina 2 0
Q Hungary RL Jani 2 6 2 8 Belarus V Lapko 6 6
8 Belarus V Lapko 6 2 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 France P Parmentier 2 4
Switzerland S Vögele 6 6 Switzerland S Vögele 6 6
Switzerland V Golubic 3 77 6 Switzerland V Golubic 1 1
Netherlands A Rus 6 65 2 Switzerland S Vögele 5 65
France F Ferro 6 7 France F Ferro 7 77
Luxembourg M Minella 2 5 France F Ferro 6 7
Czech Republic T Smitková 2 6 4 4 Belgium A Van Uytvanck 4 5
4 Belgium A Van Uytvanck 6 0 6 France F Ferro 5 4
7 Sweden R Peterson 6 77 Slovenia P Hercog 7 6
Q Poland M Fręch 3 62 7 Sweden R Peterson 6 4 62
WC Switzerland J Teichmann 2 6 62 Russia V Kudermetova 1 6 77
Russia V Kudermetova 6 4 77 Russia V Kudermetova 4 1
Germany M Barthel 78 2 4 Slovenia P Hercog 6 6
Romania S Cîrstea 66 6 6 Romania S Cîrstea 6 60 4
Slovenia P Hercog 3 6 6 Slovenia P Hercog 3 77 6
2 Spain C Suárez Navarro 6 3 4

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Czech Republic Tereza Smitková (Moved to main draw)
  2. Spain Paula Badosa Gibert (Qualifying competition, retired)
  3. Germany Tamara Korpatsch (Moved to main draw)
  4. Bulgaria Viktoriya Tomova (First round)
  5. Georgia (country) Ekaterine Gorgodze (First round)
  6. Czech Republic Tereza Martincová (Qualifying competition)
  7. Russia Liudmila Samsonova (First round)
  8. Ukraine Katarina Zavatska (Qualified)
  9. Liechtenstein Kathinka von Deichmann (First round)
  10. Germany Antonia Lottner (Qualified)
  11. Poland Magdalena Fręch (Qualified)
  12. Slovakia Rebecca Šramková (First round)

Qualifiers[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
Alt Sweden Cornelia Lister 1 4
  Croatia Tereza Mrdeža 6 6
  Croatia Tereza Mrdeža 3 3
WC Denmark Clara Tauson 6 6
WC Denmark Clara Tauson 6 6
12 Slovakia Rebecca Šramková 1 2

Second Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
2 Spain Paula Badosa Gibert 6 6
  Czech Republic Anastasia Zarycká 2 3
2 Spain Paula Badosa Gibert 5 0r
8 Ukraine Katarina Zavatska 7 3
WC Switzerland Tess Sugnaux 0 0
8 Ukraine Katarina Zavatska 6 6

Third Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
Alt Russia Ekaterina Yashina 6 65 0
WC Switzerland Fiona Ganz 2 77 6
WC Switzerland Fiona Ganz 2 2
  Italy Giulia Gatto-Monticone 6 6
  Italy Giulia Gatto-Monticone 6 6
9 Liechtenstein Kathinka von Deichmann 4 4

Fourth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4 Bulgaria Viktoriya Tomova 0 2
  Austria Barbara Haas 6 6
  Austria Barbara Haas 77 4 4
10 Germany Antonia Lottner 64 6 6
WC Switzerland Leonie Küng 0 1
10 Germany Antonia Lottner 6 6

Fifth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
5 Georgia (country) Ekaterine Gorgodze 4 6 3
  Italy Martina Di Giuseppe 6 2 6
  Italy Martina Di Giuseppe 4 0
11 Poland Magdalena Fręch 6 6
  Italy Deborah Chiesa 4 4
11 Poland Magdalena Fręch 6 6

Sixth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
6 Czech Republic Tereza Martincová 7 5 6
  Hungary Anna Bondár 5 7 2
6 Czech Republic Tereza Martincová 6 0 5
  Hungary Réka Luca Jani 4 6 7
  Hungary Réka Luca Jani 6 6
7 Russia Liudmila Samsonova 2 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elise Mertens wins third WTA singles title after victory at Samsung Open". ESPN. 15 April 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2019.