2010 Heineken Open – Singles

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Singles
2010 Heineken Open
ChampionUnited States John Isner
Runner-upFrance Arnaud Clément
Final score6–3, 5–7, 7–6(7–2)
Details
Draw28 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
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Juan Martín del Potro was the defending champion, but chose not to compete.

John Isner won in the final, 6–3, 5–7, 7–6(7–2), against Arnaud Clément.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Spain Tommy Robredo (Quarterfinals)
  2. Spain David Ferrer (Second Round)
  3. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (Second Round, retired because of a right ankle sprain)
  4. Spain Nicolás Almagro (Second Round)
  5. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber (Semifinals)
  6. Austria Jürgen Melzer (Quarterfinals)
  7. Argentina Juan Mónaco (Second Round)
  8. Spain Albert Montañés (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
  United States John Isner 6 77  
8 Spain Albert Montañés 2 65  
  United States John Isner 6 5 77
  France Arnaud Clément 3 7 62
5 Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber 3 62  
  France Arnaud Clément 6 77  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Spain T Robredo 77 77  
  Germany S Greul 6 6     Germany S Greul 61 62  
Q Italy P Lorenzi 3 3   1 Spain T Robredo 65 6 4
  United States J Isner 4 77 6   United States J Isner 77 3 6
  Spain G García-López 6 63 2   United States J Isner 5 6 6
  Argentina H Zeballos 3 0   7 Argentina J Mónaco 7 4 3
7 Argentina J Mónaco 6 6     United States J Isner 6 77  
8 Spain A Montañés 2 65  
3 Spain JC Ferrero 1r  
Q United Kingdom D Evans 6 2 4 Q Switzerland M Lammer 3    
Q Switzerland M Lammer 1 6 6 Q Switzerland M Lammer 3 3  
WC New Zealand D King-Turner 2 5   8 Spain A Montañés 6 6  
WC New Zealand J Statham 6 7   WC New Zealand J Statham 68 2  
Q Australia J Lemke 1 5   8 Spain A Montañés 710 6  
8 Spain A Montañés 6 7  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 6  
LL Spain I Cervantes-Huegun 2 3   5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 6  
  Brazil T Bellucci 6 6     Brazil T Bellucci 4 1  
  Switzerland M Chiudinelli 3 3   5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 6  
  France M Gicquel 6 6     France M Gicquel 3 1  
  Belgium O Rochus 3 2     France M Gicquel 6 6  
4 Spain N Almagro 0 3  
5 Germany P Kohlschreiber 3 62  
6 Austria J Melzer 5 6 6   France A Clément 6 77  
  Italy F Fognini 7 3 2 6 Austria J Melzer 6 65 77
  Germany F Mayer 3 6 3 WC France S Grosjean 2 77 61
WC France S Grosjean 6 3 6 6 Austria J Melzer 2 5  
  France J Chardy 5 4     France A Clément 6 7  
  France A Clément 7 6     France A Clément 7 6  
2 Spain D Ferrer 5 4  

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