2011 The Hague Open – Singles

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Singles
2011 The Hague Open
ChampionBelgium Steve Darcis
Runner-upTurkey Marsel İlhan
Final score6–3, 4–6, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Denis Gremelmayr was the defending champion but decided not to participate.
Steve Darcis won in the final 6–3, 4–6, 6–2 against Marsel İlhan.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Turkey Marsel İlhan (Final)
  2. Belgium Steve Darcis (Champion)
  3. France Éric Prodon (Quarterfinals)
  4. France Marc Gicquel (Second Round)
  5. France Stéphane Robert (First Round)
  6. Russia Teymuraz Gabashvili (Second Round)
  7. Czech Republic Ivo Minář (Quarterfinals)
  8. Germany Julian Reister (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
1 Turkey Marsel İlhan 1 6 6
  France Augustin Gensse 6 3 1
1 Turkey Marsel İlhan 3 6 2
2 Belgium Steve Darcis 6 4 6
  Czech Republic Dušan Lojda 1 5  
2 Belgium Steve Darcis 6 7  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Turkey M İlhan 6 6  
  Argentina F del Bonis 3 2   1 Turkey M İlhan 6 2 6
Q France P-H Herbert 4 2     Spain D Muñoz-De La Nava 1 6 0
  Spain D Muñoz-De La Nava 6 6   1 Turkey M İlhan 4 77 6
  France J Dasnières de Veigy 5 3     Belgium D Goffin 6 63 4
  Spain J Martí 7 6     Spain J Martí 4 4  
  Belgium D Goffin 6 7   Belgium D Goffin 6 6  
5 France S Robert 3 6   1 Turkey M İlhan 1 6 6
4 France M Gicquel 6 77     France A Gensse 6 3 1
Q Finland J Paukku 3 63   4 France M Gicquel 6 5 2
  Finland H Heliövaara 5 2     France A Gensse 1 7 6
  France A Gensse 7 6     France A Gensse 5 6 77
  Australia J Lemke 5 1     Netherlands M Middelkoop 7 0 66
  Netherlands M Middelkoop 7 6     Netherlands M Middelkoop 1 6 6
WC Netherlands N van der Meer 5 2   6 Russia T Gabashvili 6 1 2
6 Russia T Gabashvili 7 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Germany J Reister 77 4 0
  Germany Jan-Lennard Struff 60 6 6   Germany Jan-Lennard Struff 4 2  
Q France M Rodrigues 4 3     Czech Republic D Lojda 6 6  
  Czech Republic D Lojda 6 6     Czech Republic D Lojda 6 6  
Q Australia C Ebelthite 6 77   3 France É Prodon 3 3  
  France V Millot 4 65   Q Australia C Ebelthite 4 4  
  Belgium Y Mertens 3 4   3 France É Prodon 6 6  
3 France É Prodon 6 6     Czech Republic D Lojda 1 5  
7/WC Czech Republic I Minář 6 6   2 Belgium S Darcis 6 7  
WC Netherlands A van der Duim 1 2   7/WC Czech Republic I Minář 6 6  
  Ukraine A Smirnov 6 7     Ukraine A Smirnov 3 1  
  Germany D Meffert 4 5   7/WC Czech Republic I Minář 6 2 5
  Germany B Phau 6 6   2 Belgium S Darcis 0 6 7
WC Netherlands Stephan Fransen 3 1     Germany B Phau 6 0 3
  Czech Republic J Mertl 4 4   2 Belgium S Darcis 3 6 6
2 Belgium S Darcis 6 6  

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