1999 ATP German Open - Singles
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1999 ATP German Open %E2%80%93 Singles
Singles
1999 ATP German Open
ChampionChile Marcelo Ríos[1]
Runner-upArgentina Mariano Zabaleta
Final score6-7(5-7), 7-5, 5-7, 7-6(7-5), 6-2
Details
Draw56
Seeds16
Events
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Marcelo Ríos defeated Mariano Zabaleta in the final, 6-7(5-7), 7-5, 5-7, 7-6(7-5), 6-2 to win the singles tennis title at the 1999 Hamburg European Open.

Albert Costa was the defending champion, but was defeated in the second round by Zabaleta.

Seeds

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated. The top eight seeds received a bye into the second round.

  1. Netherlands Richard Krajicek (second round)
  2. Spain Carlos Moyà (semifinals)
  3. United Kingdom Tim Henman (quarterfinals)
  4. Chile Marcelo Ríos (champion)
  5. United Kingdom Greg Rusedski (second round)
  6. Spain Álbert Costa (second round)
  7. Spain Félix Mantilla (second round)
  8. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (quarterfinals)
  9. Croatia Goran Ivani?evi? (first round)
  10. Sweden Thomas Johansson (first round)
  11. Germany Tommy Haas (quarterfinals)
  12. Spain Francisco Clavet (third round)
  13. South Africa Wayne Ferreira (third round)
  14. France Cédric Pioline (first round)
  15. Switzerland Marc Rosset (second round)
  16. Russia Marat Safin (second round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final[1]
            
  Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti 5 2  
  Argentina Mariano Zabaleta 7 6  
  Argentina Mariano Zabaleta 77 5 7 65 2
4 Chile Marcelo Ríos 65 7 5 77 6
4 Chile Marcelo Ríos 6 77  
2 Spain Carlos Moyà 4 64  

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 Netherlands R Krajicek 4 63  
  Morocco H Arazi 6 6     Morocco H Arazi 6 77  
Q France R Gilbert 4 2     Morocco H Arazi 4 0  
WC Germany L Burgsmüller 4 3     Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6  
  Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6     Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6  
  Netherlands P Haarhuis 3 4   15 Switzerland M Rosset 2 0  
15 Switzerland M Rosset 6 6     Ecuador N Lapentti 6 66 6
10 Sweden T Johansson 5 1   Q France A Di Pasquale 4 78 2
  Brazil F Meligeni 7 6     Brazil F Meligeni 2 6 1
  Morocco Y El Aynaoui 7 4 1   Czech Republic J Novák 6 3 6
  Czech Republic J Novák 5 6 6   Czech Republic J Novák 66 64  
  Italy D Sanguinetti 3 2   Q France A Di Pasquale 78 77  
Q France A Di Pasquale 6 6   Q France A Di Pasquale 6 4 6
7 Spain F Mantilla 4 6 0

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
3 United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
  Argentina F Squillari 6 1 77   Argentina F Squillari 3 3  
WC Germany H Dreekmann 1 6 65 3 United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
  Norway C Ruud 3 3     Argentina M Puerta 4 1  
  Argentina M Puerta 6 6     Argentina M Puerta 6 6  
  France F Santoro 3 6 6   France F Santoro 2 2  
14 France C Pioline 6 3 2 3 United Kingdom T Henman 6 1 4
12 Spain F Clavet 6 6     Argentina M Zabaleta 3 6 6
  Slovakia D Hrbatý 0 4   12 Spain F Clavet 1 77 77
  Italy A Gaudenzi 3 4     Morocco K Alami 6 65 65
  Morocco K Alami 6 6   12 Spain F Clavet 65 77 4
  Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6     Argentina M Zabaleta 77 61 6
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 3 2     Argentina M Zabaleta 7 6  
6 Spain Á Costa 5 2  

Bottom half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
5 United Kingdom G Rusedski 4 5  
  Italy G Pozzi 2 5     Spain A Berasategui 6 7  
  Spain A Berasategui 6 7     Spain A Berasategui 3 6 4
Q Finland T Ketola 6 7   11 Germany T Haas 6 1 6
  Paraguay R Delgado 3 5   Q Finland T Ketola 5 4  
  Spain F Vicente 3 6 2 11 Germany T Haas 7 6  
11 Germany T Haas 6 3 6 11 Germany T Haas 4 4  
13 South Africa W Ferreira 7 7   4 Chile M Ríos 6 6  
WC Germany M Kohlmann 5 5   13 South Africa W Ferreira 6 6  
  United States M Chang 77 1 65   Netherlands S Schalken 4 3  
  Netherlands S Schalken 63 6 77 13 South Africa W Ferreira 1 6 2
Q Germany O Gross 6 6   4 Chile M Ríos 6 3 6
  Australia A Ilie 4 2   Q Germany O Gross 66 5  
4 Chile M Ríos 78 7  

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
8 Brazil G Kuerten 6 6  
  United States J-M Gambill 3 6 6   United States J-M Gambill 4 4  
Q Sweden F Jonsson 6 2 3 8 Brazil G Kuerten 6 6  
WC Germany M Hantschk 1 3     Germany R Schüttler 4 3  
  Czech Republic S Dosed?l 6 6     Czech Republic S Dosed?l 3 3  
  Germany R Schüttler 6 6     Germany R Schüttler 6 6  
9 Croatia G Ivani?evi? 1 3   8 Brazil G Kuerten 0 2  
16 Russia M Safin 6 77   2 Spain C Moyà 6 6  
  Czech Republic D Vacek 3 63   16 Russia M Safin 6 3 3
  Germany D Prinosil 3 2   Q Romania A Voinea 4 6 6
Q Romania A Voinea 6 6   Q Romania A Voinea 5 65  
  Slovakia J Kro?lák 6 5 4 2 Spain C Moyà 7 77  
Q Italy M Meneschincheri 1 7 6 Q Italy M Meneschincheri 3 5  
2 Spain C Moyà 6 7  

References

  1. ^ a b "1999 Hamburg". International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2015.

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