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2002 Hamburg Masters %E2%80%93 Singles
Singles
2002 Hamburg Masters
Final
ChampionSwitzerland Roger Federer
Runner-upRussia Marat Safin
Score6-1, 6-3, 6-4
Details
Draw64 (4WC/8Q/2LL)
Seeds16
Events
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Roger Federer defeated Marat Safin in the final, 6-1, 6-3, 6-4 to win the singles tennis title at the 2002 Hamburg Masters.[1] It was his first Masters title[2] and the first of an eventual 28 Masters titles. With the win, Federer entered the top ten in rankings for the first time.

Albert Portas was the defending champion, but lost in the first round to Björn Phau.

Seeds

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

  1. Australia Lleyton Hewitt (quarterfinals)
  2. Brazil Gustavo Kuerten (quarterfinals)
  3. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (first round)
  4. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (first round)
  5. United Kingdom Tim Henman (second round)
  6. Russia Marat Safin (final)
  7. Germany Tommy Haas (third round)
  8. Sweden Thomas Johansson (second round)
  9. United States Andre Agassi (withdrew)
  10. France Sébastien Grosjean (second round)
  11. Switzerland Roger Federer (champion)
  12. United States Pete Sampras (first round)
  13. United States Andy Roddick (third round)
  14. Czech Republic Ji?í Novák (third round)
  15. Argentina Guillermo Cañas (third round)
  16. Morocco Younes El Aynaoui (third round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
            
6 Russia Marat Safin 6 4  
  Spain Tommy Robredo 4 2r
6 Russia Marat Safin 1 3 4    
11 Switzerland Roger Federer 6 6 6    
  Belarus Max Mirnyi 4 4  
11 Switzerland Roger Federer 6 6  

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 Australia L Hewitt 7 6  
WC Germany P Kohlschreiber 5 4   1 Australia L Hewitt 6 6  
WC Germany B Phau 6 6   WC Germany B Phau 3 3  
  Spain A Portas 4 2   1 Australia L Hewitt 6 6  
  Spain F Mantilla 6 77   14 Czech Republic J Novák 4 3  
  Sweden T Enqvist 4 65     Spain F Mantilla 2 0  
  United States J Blake 64 2   14 Czech Republic J Novák 6 6  
14 Czech Republic J Novák 77 6   1 Australia L Hewitt 3 1  
LL Brazil F Meligeni 2 2   6 Russia M Safin 6 6  
Q Spain D Sánchez 6 6   Q Spain D Sánchez 3 6 2
  Australia M Philippoussis 4 4     Argentina J I Chela 6 1 6
  Argentina J I Chela 6 6     Argentina J I Chela 66 5  
  Argentina D Nalbandian 4 3   6 Russia M Safin 78 7  
  Spain A Martín 6 6     Spain A Martín 4 2  
  Italy D Sanguinetti 3 4   6 Russia M Safin 6 6  
6 Russia M Safin 6 6  

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
3 Spain J C Ferrero 6 3 4
  Spain A Costa 2 6 6   Spain A Costa 5 65  
  Austria S Koubek 7 6     Austria S Koubek 7 77  
Q France A Dupuis 5 1     Austria S Koubek 78 6  
  South Africa W Ferreira 4 77 6 16 Morocco Y El Aynaoui 66 2  
Q Belgium O Rochus 6 60 4   South Africa W Ferreira 611 3  
  France F Santoro 63 3   16 Morocco Y El Aynaoui 713 6  
16 Morocco Y El Aynaoui 77 6     Austria S Koubek 77 3 1
10 France S Grosjean 6 6     Spain T Robredo 62 6 6
  United States J-M Gambill 2 2   10 France S Grosjean 5 5  
  Argentina F Squillari 6 2 1   Spain T Robredo 7 7  
  Spain T Robredo 0 6 6   Spain T Robredo 6 6  
  Netherlands S Schalken 6 6   7 Germany T Haas 4 4  
  Switzerland M Kratochvil 4 4     Netherlands S Schalken 5 3  
WC Germany L Burgsmüller 1 1   7 Germany T Haas 7 6  
7 Germany T Haas 6 6  

Bottom half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
8 Sweden T Johansson 62 6 6
  Sweden J Björkman 77 3 3 8 Sweden T Johansson 4 2  
  France A Clément 4 4   Q Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6  
Q Argentina M Zabaleta 6 6   Q Argentina M Zabaleta 3 6 4
  Spain C Moyá 6 2 6   Belarus M Mirnyi 6 2 6
Q Russia M Youzhny 3 6 4   Spain C Moyá 66 63  
  Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6     Belarus M Mirnyi 78 77  
12 United States P Sampras 3 4     Belarus M Mirnyi 77 4 6
13 United States A Roddick 77 6   Q France J Boutter 64 6 3
  United States T Martin 64 2   13 United States A Roddick 6 6  
  Croatia I Ljubi?i? 6 5 4   Germany R Schüttler 4 4  
  Germany R Schüttler 3 7 6 13 United States A Roddick 3 5  
Q France J Boutter 77 6   Q France J Boutter 6 7  
  Spain A Montañés 62 4   Q France J Boutter 5 7 6
  Spain À Corretja 6 6     Spain À Corretja 7 5 2
4 Russia Y Kafelnikov 1 2  

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
5 United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
  France N Escudé 4 2   5 United Kingdom T Henman 65 6 4
Q Romania A Voinea 7 7   Q Romania A Voinea 77 2 6
LL Hungary A Sávolt 5 5   Q Romania A Voinea 5 4  
  Morocco H Arazi 3r   11 Switzerland R Federer 7 6  
  Czech Republic B Ulihrach 4       Czech Republic B Ulihrach 3 0  
  Ecuador N Lapentti 1 4   11 Switzerland R Federer 6 6  
11 Switzerland R Federer 6 6   11 Switzerland R Federer 6 1 6
15 Argentina G Cañas 7 1 6 2 Brazil G Kuerten 0 6 2
  Belgium X Malisse 5 6 0 15 Argentina G Cañas 2 77 6
  Chile F González 7 6     Chile F González 6 60 0
WC Germany C Vinck 5 4   15 Argentina G Cañas 5 2  
Q Australia W Arthurs 4 4   2 Brazil G Kuerten 7 6  
  Romania A Pavel 6 6     Romania A Pavel 3 65  
  Germany N Kiefer 4 5   2 Brazil G Kuerten 6 77  
2 Brazil G Kuerten 6 7  

Qualifying

Qualifying seeds

  1. France Julien Boutter (qualified)
  2. Brazil Fernando Meligeni (qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  3. Argentina Mariano Zabaleta (qualified)
  4. Romania Adrian Voinea (qualified)
  5. Russia Mikhail Youzhny (qualified)
  6. Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan (first round)
  7. Belgium Olivier Rochus (qualified)
  8. Hungary Attila Sávolt (qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  9. Spain David Sánchez (qualified)
  10. Spain Fernando Vicente (first round)
  11. Slovakia Karol Ku?era (first round)
  12. Belgium Christophe Rochus (qualifying competition)
  13. Russia Nikolay Davydenko (qualifying competition, retired due to a knee injury)
  14. Austria Markus Hipfl (qualifying competition)
  15. France Antony Dupuis (qualified)
  16. United States Vince Spadea (first round)

Qualifiers

Lucky losers

Qualifying draw

First qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
1 France Julien Boutter 63 6 6
Switzerland Marc Rosset 77 1 3
1 France Julien Boutter 6 6
United States Bob Bryan 4 1
United States Bob Bryan 6 4 6
10 Spain Fernando Vicente 4 6 4

Second qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
2 Brazil Fernando Meligeni 77 6
Sweden Magnus Larsson 62 2
2 Brazil Fernando Meligeni 6 2 1
15 France Antony Dupuis 3 6 6
Germany Markus Hantschk 64 3
15 France Antony Dupuis 77 6

Third qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
3 Argentina Mariano Zabaleta 7 6
Germany Michael Kohlmann 5 3
3 Argentina Mariano Zabaleta 6 4
14 Austria Markus Hipfl 2 1r
WC Germany Jens Knippschild 3 6 1
14 Austria Markus Hipfl 6 1 6

Fourth qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
4 Romania Adrian Voinea 6 5 6
Greece Vasilis Mazarakis 4 7 2
4 Romania Adrian Voinea 6 6
12 Belgium Christophe Rochus 1 1
WC Germany Florian Lemke 3 0
12 Belgium Christophe Rochus 6 6

Fifth qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
5 Russia Mikhail Youzhny 6 6
Argentina Gastón Etlis 3 2
5 Russia Mikhail Youzhny 6 6
Spain Galo Blanco 2 4
Spain Galo Blanco 5 6 6
16 United States Vince Spadea 7 4 4

Sixth qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
6 Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan 4 4
Australia Wayne Arthurs 6 6
Australia Wayne Arthurs 6 6
13 Russia Nikolay Davydenko 3 6r
United States Michael Russell 6 1 1
13 Russia Nikolay Davydenko 1 6 6

Seventh qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
7 Belgium Olivier Rochus 6 7
United States Taylor Dent 4 5
7 Belgium Olivier Rochus 6 3 6
France Cédric Pioline 3 6 3
France Cédric Pioline 6 6
11 Slovakia Karol Ku?era 1 2

Eighth qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
8 Hungary Attila Sávolt 6 6
WC Germany Michael Berrer 2 3
8 Hungary Attila Sávolt 1 5
9 Spain David Sánchez 6 7
WC Germany Philipp Petzschner 2 1
9 Spain David Sánchez 6 6

References

  1. ^ Jago, Richard (20 May 2002). "Federer reduces Safin to despair". The Guardian. Hamburg. Retrieved 2022.
  2. ^ Ilic, Jovica (22 November 2017). "Hamburg 2002: Roger Federer beats Marat Safin for first Masters 1000 title". Tennis World. Retrieved 2022.

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