2006 BMW Open – Singles

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Singles
2006 BMW Open
ChampionBelgium Olivier Rochus
Runner-upBelgium Kristof Vliegen
Final score6–4, 6–2
Details
Draw32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Nalbandian was the defending champion, but did not participate this year.

Olivier Rochus won the title, defeating Kristof Vliegen 6–4, 6–2 in the all Belgian final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Argentina Guillermo Coria (First Round)
  2. Croatia Mario Ančić (First Round)
  3. Finland Jarkko Nieminen (Semifinals)
  4. Germany Tommy Haas (First Round)
  5. Belgium Olivier Rochus (Champion)
  6. Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan (First Round)
  7. Russia Mikhail Youzhny (First Round)
  8. France Florent Serra (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
5 Belgium Olivier Rochus 6 61 6
  Austria Jürgen Melzer 4 77 3
5 Belgium Olivier Rochus 6 6
  Belgium Kristof Vliegen 4 2
3 Finland Jarkko Nieminen 1 2
  Belgium Kristof Vliegen 6 6

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Argentina G Coria 6 2 3
Q Germany D Gremelmayr 3 6 6 Q Germany D Gremelmayr 6 6  
Q Austria A Peya 6 6   Q Austria A Peya 4 4  
Q Germany D Kindlmann 3 4   Q Germany D Gremelmayr 4 5  
Q Germany T Summerer 1 2   5 Belgium O Rochus 6 7  
  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 6 6     Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo 2 66  
LL Brazil J Silva 2 0   5 Belgium O Rochus 6 78  
5 Belgium O Rochus 6 6   5 Belgium O Rochus 6 61 6
4 Germany T Haas 3 63     Austria J Melzer 4 77 3
  Croatia I Karlović 6 77     Croatia I Karlović 4 6 710
LL Germany T Behrend 2r     Germany B Phau 6 3 68
  Germany B Phau 3       Croatia I Karlović 64 1  
WC Germany S Greul 6 60 710   Austria J Melzer 77 6  
  Serbia and Montenegro B Pašanski 3 77 68 WC Germany S Greul 3 6 4
  Austria J Melzer 6 6     Austria J Melzer 6 1 6
7 Russia M Youzhny 3 4  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Thailand P Srichaphan 4 4  
  Argentina J Mónaco 6 6     Argentina J Mónaco 63 6 4
  Czech Republic R Vik 77 4 6   Czech Republic R Vik 77 4 6
  Germany R Schüttler 65 6 3   Czech Republic R Vik 5 6 2
WC Germany A Waske 77 6   3 Finland J Nieminen 7 2 6
  Germany F Mayer 64 3   WC Germany A Waske 62 3  
  Romania A Pavel 63 67   3 Finland J Nieminen 77 6  
3 Finland J Nieminen 77 79   3 Finland J Nieminen 1 2  
8 France F Serra 78 5 4   Belgium K Vliegen 6 6  
  Sweden R Söderling 66 7 6   Sweden R Söderling 7 3 2
  Serbia and Montenegro J Tipsarević 7 2 4   Belgium K Vliegen 5 6 6
  Belgium K Vliegen 5 6 6   Belgium K Vliegen 7 6  
WC Germany A Beck 63 6 4   Germany P Kohlschreiber 5 4  
  Czech Republic J Hernych 77 4 6   Czech Republic J Hernych 6 0 5
  Germany P Kohlschreiber 77 77     Germany P Kohlschreiber 3 6 7
2 Croatia M Ančić 63 65  

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