2019 Maharashtra Open – Singles

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Singles
2019 Maharashtra Open
ChampionSouth Africa Kevin Anderson
Runner-upCroatia Ivo Karlović
Final score7–6(7–4), 6–7(2–7), 7–6(7–5)
Details
Draw28 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Gilles Simon was the defending champion, but lost to Kevin Anderson in the semifinals.

Anderson went on to win the title, 7–6(7–4), 6–7(2–7), 7–6(7–5), against Ivo Karlović. Karlovic became the oldest player since Ken Rosewall in 1977 to contest an ATP final. With a combined height of 4.14 meters, this was the tallest final on the ATP tour in the open era.

Seeds[edit]

The top four seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1. South Africa Kevin Anderson (Champion)
  2. South Korea Chung Hyeon (Second round)
  3. France Gilles Simon (Semifinals)
  4. Tunisia Malek Jaziri (Quarterfinals)
  5. France Benoît Paire (Quarterfinals)
  6. Spain Roberto Carballés Baena (First round)
  7. Spain Jaume Munar (Quarterfinals)
  8. Spain Pablo Andújar (First round)

Draw[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 South Africa Kevin Anderson 6 77
3 France Gilles Simon 3 63
1 South Africa Kevin Anderson 77 62 77
Croatia Ivo Karlović 64 77 65
PR Belgium Steve Darcis 63 6 3
Croatia Ivo Karlović 77 4 6

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 South Africa K Anderson 77 78
Serbia L Đere 7 78 Serbia L Đere 63 66
WC India A Kadhe 5 66 1 South Africa K Anderson 6 6
Q Italy S Bolelli 6 6 7 Spain J Munar 3 3
Uzbekistan D Istomin 4 4 Q Italy S Bolelli 5 0
Moldova R Albot 2 64 7 Spain J Munar 7 6
7 Spain J Munar 6 77 1 South Africa K Anderson 6 77
3 France G Simon 3 63
3 France G Simon 63 6 6
Belarus I Ivashka 69 6 6 Belarus I Ivashka 77 2 1
Poland H Hurkacz 711 2 3 3 France G Simon 3 77 6
Q France A Hoang 6 4 4 5 France B Paire 6 64 4
Czech Republic J Veselý 4 6 6 Czech Republic J Veselý 4 2
LL Brazil T Monteiro 65 3 5 France B Paire 6 6
5 France B Paire 77 6

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Spain R Carballés Baena 3 4
PR Belgium S Darcis 6 6 PR Belgium S Darcis 4 77 6
United States M Mmoh 7 6 United States M Mmoh 6 64 2
WC India P Gunneswaran 5 3 PR Belgium S Darcis 7 6
Spain M Granollers 6 4 3 4 Tunisia M Jaziri 5 2
WC India R Ramanathan 4 6 6 WC India R Ramanathan 78 65 3
4 Tunisia M Jaziri 66 77 6
PR Belgium S Darcis 63 6 3
8 Spain P Andújar 3 7 66 Croatia I Karlović 77 4 6
Russia E Donskoy 6 5 78 Russia E Donskoy 4 5
Q Canada F Auger-Aliassime 4 5 Croatia I Karlović 6 7
Croatia I Karlović 6 7 Croatia I Karlović 77 77
Latvia E Gulbis 6 4 6 Latvia E Gulbis 65 65
Portugal P Sousa 4 6 4 Latvia E Gulbis 77 6
2 South Korea H Chung 62 2

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime (Qualified)
  2. Belgium Ruben Bemelmans (First round)
  3. Brazil Thiago Monteiro (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  4. Chinese Taipei Jason Jung (First round)
  5. Italy Simone Bolelli (Qualified)
  6. France Antoine Hoang (Qualified)
  7. Italy Gianluigi Quinzi (Qualifying competition)
  8. Belarus Egor Gerasimov (Qualifying competition)

Qualifiers[edit]

Lucky loser[edit]

Qualifying draw[edit]

First qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
1 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 62 6 3
El Salvador Marcelo Arévalo 77 1 2r
1 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime 7 6
7 Italy Gianluigi Quinzi 5 3
WC India Sasikumar Mukund 1 1
7 Italy Gianluigi Quinzi 6 6

Second qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
2 Belgium Ruben Bemelmans 7 3 1
Austria Sebastian Ofner 5 6 6
Austria Sebastian Ofner 64 5
5 Italy Simone Bolelli 77 7
Canada Brayden Schnur 3 65
5 Italy Simone Bolelli 6 77

Third qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
3 Brazil Thiago Monteiro 77 7
Germany Daniel Brands 65 5
3 Brazil Thiago Monteiro 6 3 2
6 France Antoine Hoang 4 6 6
Slovakia Andrej Martin 1 2
6 France Antoine Hoang 6 6

Fourth qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4 Chinese Taipei Jason Jung 1 7 2
WC India Saketh Myneni 6 5 6
WC India Saketh Myneni 6 64 77
8 Belarus Egor Gerasimov 4 77 64
Spain Daniel Gimeno Traver 3 6 2
8 Belarus Egor Gerasimov 6 3 6

References[edit]