2020 ASB Classic – Men's Singles

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Men's Singles
2020 ASB Classic
ChampionFrance Ugo Humbert
Runner-upFrance Benoît Paire
Final score7–6(7–2), 3–6, 7–6(7–5)
Details
Draw28 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
← 2019 · ASB Classic · 2021 →

Tennys Sandgren was the defending champion, but lost to John Isner in the second round.[1]

Ugo Humbert won his first title on the ATP Tour, defeating Benoît Paire in the final, 7–6(7–2), 3–6, 7–6(7–5).[2]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Italy Fabio Fognini (Second round)
  2. Canada Denis Shapovalov (Quarterfinals)
  3. Russia Karen Khachanov (Second round)
  4. United States John Isner (Semifinals)
  5. France Benoît Paire (Final)
  6. Poland Hubert Hurkacz (Semifinals)
  7. France Adrian Mannarino (First round)
  8. Moldova Radu Albot (Withdrew)

Draw[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
6 Poland Hubert Hurkacz 4 77 2
5 France Benoît Paire 6 61 6
5 France Benoît Paire 62 6 65
France Ugo Humbert 77 3 77
4 United States John Isner 65 4
France Ugo Humbert 77 6

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Italy F Fognini 6 4 3
Spain F López 3 77 6 Spain F López 3 6 6
Spain P Andújar 6 64 4 Spain F López 4 713 4
Q Sweden M Ymer 6 5 6 6 Poland H Hurkacz 6 611 6
United States F Tiafoe 4 7 1 Q Sweden M Ymer 2 62
Italy L Sonego 5 3 6 Poland H Hurkacz 6 77
6 Poland H Hurkacz 7 6 6 Poland H Hurkacz 4 77 2
5 France B Paire 6 61 6
3 Russia K Khachanov 6 3 3
Q United States M Mmoh 65 4 Australia J Millman 4 6 6
Australia J Millman 77 6 Australia J Millman 6 1 4
United Kingdom C Norrie 63 2 5 France B Paire 3 6 6
Q Brazil T Monteiro 77 6 Q Brazil T Monteiro 6 4 3
WC Italy J Sinner 4 6 4 5 France B Paire 4 6 6
5 France B Paire 6 2 6

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 France A Mannarino 6 4 4
Italy A Seppi 3 6 6 Italy A Seppi 3 64
WC Spain A Davidovich Fokina 2 6 3 United Kingdom K Edmund 6 77
United Kingdom K Edmund 6 4 6 United Kingdom K Edmund 65 65
United States T Sandgren 6 6 4 United States J Isner 77 77
WC New Zealand M Venus 4 3 United States T Sandgren 63 77 3
4 United States J Isner 77 61 6
4 United States J Isner 65 4
LL Argentina L Mayer 66 720 62 France U Humbert 77 6
Italy M Cecchinato 78 618 77 Italy M Cecchinato 1 4
France U Humbert 77 2 6 France U Humbert 6 6
Norway C Ruud 63 6 3 France U Humbert 7 6
Portugal J Sousa 4 2 2 Canada D Shapovalov 5 4
Q Canada V Pospisil 6 6 Q Canada V Pospisil 4 62
2 Canada D Shapovalov 6 77

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Bolivia Hugo Dellien (First round)
  2. Italy Marco Cecchinato (Moved to main draw)
  3. Sweden Mikael Ymer (Qualified)
  4. Brazil Thiago Monteiro (Qualified)
  5. Argentina Leonardo Mayer (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  6. United States Mackenzie McDonald (Qualifying competition)
  7. Japan Tatsuma Ito (Qualifying competition)
  8. Canada Vasek Pospisil (Qualified)

Qualifiers[edit]

Lucky loser[edit]

Qualifying draw[edit]

First qualifier[edit]

First round Qualifying competition
          
1 Bolivia Hugo Dellien 0 1
Alt United States Michael Mmoh 6 6
Alt United States Michael Mmoh 6 6
7 Japan Tatsuma Ito 2 2
  Japan Shuichi Sekiguchi 3 6 4
7 Japan Tatsuma Ito 6 4 6

Second qualifier[edit]

First round Qualifying competition
          
WC Denmark Holger Vitus Nødskov Rune 5 1
8 Canada Vasek Pospisil 7 6
Alt New Zealand Kiranpal Pannu 2 4
8 Canada Vasek Pospisil 6 6

Third qualifier[edit]

First round Qualifying competition
          
3 Sweden Mikael Ymer 7 77
Alt Canada Frank Dancevic 5 64
3 Sweden Mikael Ymer 6 6
6 United States Mackenzie McDonald 4 3

Fourth qualifier[edit]

First round Qualifying competition
          
4 Brazil Thiago Monteiro 6 6
WC New Zealand Ajeet Rai 4 2
4 Brazil Thiago Monteiro 77 4 6
5 Argentina Leonardo Mayer 63 6 1
  New Zealand Rhett Purcell 5 6 1
5 Argentina Leonardo Mayer 7 4 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tennys Sandgren claims ASB Classic title by defeating Auckland Cameron Norrie". www.stuff.co.nz. 12 Jan 2019.
  2. ^ "Humbert Clinches Maiden Title In Auckland". atpworldtour.com. ATP. 18 January 2020. Retrieved 19 January 2020.

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