2020 Bangkok Challenger II – Singles

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Singles
2020 Bangkok Challenger II
ChampionItaly Federico Gaio
Runner-upNetherlands Robin Haase
Final score6–1, 4–6, 4–2 ret.
Events
Singles Doubles
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James Duckworth was the defending champion[1] but chose not to defend his title.

Federico Gaio won the title after Robin Haase retired in the final trailing 1–6, 6–4, 2–4 in the third set.

Seeds[edit]

All seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1. Czech Republic Jiří Veselý (Quarterfinals)
  2. Japan Go Soeda (Third round)
  3. Italy Paolo Lorenzi (Second round)
  4. France Antoine Hoang (Second round)
  5. Hungary Attila Balázs (Third round, retired)
  6. China Zhang Zhizhen (Second round)
  7. Slovakia Martin Kližan (Second round)
  8. Italy Federico Gaio (Champion)
  9. Austria Sebastian Ofner (Second round)
  10. Netherlands Robin Haase (Final, retired)
  11. Italy Roberto Marcora (Second round)
  12. Uzbekistan Denis Istomin (Third round)
  13. Canada Peter Polansky (Third round)
  14. Kazakhstan Dmitry Popko (Semifinals)
  15. India Ramkumar Ramanathan (Quarterfinals)
  16. Netherlands Botic van de Zandschulp (Third round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
1 Czech Republic Jiří Veselý 63 3
8 Italy Federico Gaio 77 6
8 Italy Federico Gaio 6 6
14 Kazakhstan Dmitry Popko 4 3
14 Kazakhstan Dmitry Popko 6 6
Germany Daniel Altmaier 0 4
8 Italy Federico Gaio 6 4 4
10 Netherlands Robin Haase 1 6 2r
Russia Roman Safiullin 6 4 3
France Hugo Grenier 2 6 6
France Hugo Grenier 65 3
10 Netherlands Robin Haase 77 6
10 Netherlands Robin Haase 77 6
15 India Ramkumar Ramanathan 65 2

Top half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Czech Republic J Veselý 6 3 6
WC Thailand Thanapet Chanta 63 0 Czech Republic Z Kolář 4 6 3
Czech Republic Z Kolář 77 6 1 Czech Republic J Veselý 6 3 6
Kazakhstan Denis Yevseyev 6 6 16 Netherlands B van de Zandschulp 3 6 4
WC Thailand P Kovapitukted 3 1 Kazakhstan D Yevseyev 65 6 4
16 Netherlands B van de Zandschulp 77 1 6
1 Czech Republic J Veselý 63 3
8 Italy F Gaio 77 6
12 Uzbekistan D Istomin 6 79
Colombia S Giraldo 6 4 Colombia S Giraldo 3 67
Portugal G Oliveira 0 1r 12 Uzbekistan D Istomin 4 2
WC Thailand K Samrej 4 3 8 Italy F Gaio 6 6
Alt Japan K Uchida 6 6 Alt Japan K Uchida 6 65 5
8 Italy F Gaio 3 77 7

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
3 Italy P Lorenzi 3 2
South Korea D-h Lee 1 3 India S Mukund 6 6
India S Mukund 6 6 India S Mukund 5 4
Spain N Kuhn 0 77 1 14 Kazakhstan D Popko 7 6
Q Russia A Karatsev 6 64 6 Q Russia A Karatsev 6 0 4
14 Kazakhstan D Popko 4 6 6
14 Kazakhstan D Popko 6 6
Germany D Altmaier 0 4
9 Austria S Ofner 3 2
Russia E Karlovskiy 6 6 Russia E Karlovskiy 6 6
WC Thailand Michael Mathayomchand 3 2 Russia E Karlovskiy 5 6 3
Germany D Altmaier 6 6 Germany D Altmaier 7 4 6
Tunisia M Jaziri 2 1 Germany D Altmaier 6 6
7 Slovakia M Kližan 3 3

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
6 China Zh Zhang 6 1 65
Russia R Safiullin 6 0 Russia R Safiullin 3 6 77
China Y Bai 1 1r Russia R Safiullin 6 6
WC Thailand W Trongcharoenchaikul 5 77 1 WC Thailand W Trongcharoenchaikul 4 4
Italy GM Moroni 7 64 0r WC Thailand W Trongcharoenchaikul 3 6 6
11 Italy R Marcora 6 3 4
Russia R Safiullin 6 4 3
France H Grenier 2 6 6
13 Canada P Polansky 6 7
Croatia V Galović 3 0r Japan S Sekiguchi 3 5
Japan Shuichi Sekiguchi 6 3 13 Canada P Polansky 6 4 64
France Hugo Grenier 6 6 France H Grenier 3 6 77
PR Belgium A De Greef 1 4 France H Grenier 6 3 6
4 France A Hoang 0 6 1

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
5 Hungary A Balázs 6 3 6
Alt Canada F Peliwo 5 4 Italy F Baldi 1 6 4
Italy F Baldi 7 6 5 Hungary A Balázs 4 1r
Q Bosnia and Herzegovina M Bašić 3 1 10 Netherlands R Haase 6 2
Argentina R Olivo 6 6 Argentina R Olivo 3 3
10 Netherlands R Haase 6 6
10 Netherlands R Haase 77 6
15 India R Ramanathan 65 2
15 India R Ramanathan 77 1
Croatia B Gojo 64 2 United States JC Aragone 65 0r
United States JC Aragone 77 6 15 India R Ramanathan 7 7
Ukraine I Marchenko 6 5 4 2 Japan G Soeda 5 5
Alt Slovakia Alex Molčan 2 7 6 Alt Slovakia A Molčan 6 64 2
2 Japan G Soeda 0 77 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "James Duckworth wins Bangkok Challenger II, returns to world's top 200". www.sportingnews.com.