2003 Adidas International - Women's Singles
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2003 Adidas International %E2%80%93 Women's Singles
Women's Singles
2003 Adidas International
ChampionBelgium Kim Clijsters
Runner-upUnited States Lindsay Davenport
Final score6-4, 6-3
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Martina Hingis was the defending champion, but did not compete this year. Hingis would retire from professional tennis one month later.[1]

Kim Clijsters won the title by defeating Lindsay Davenport 6-4, 6-3 in the final. It was the 1st title in the season for Clijsters and the 11th title in her career.

Seeds

The first four seeds received a bye into the second round.

  1. United States Jennifer Capriati (Second round)
  2. Belgium Kim Clijsters (Champion)
  3. Belgium Justine Henin-Hardenne (Semifinals)
  4. Slovakia Daniela Hantuchová (Quarterfinals)
  5. Russia Anastasia Myskina (First round)
  6. United States Lindsay Davenport (Final)
  7. United States Chanda Rubin (Quarterfinals)
  8. Bulgaria Magdalena Maleeva (Second round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
Russia Tatiana Panova 3 5
6 United States Lindsay Davenport 6 7
6 United States Lindsay Davenport 4 3
2 Belgium Kim Clijsters 6 6
3 Belgium Justine Henin-Hardenne 2 3
2 Belgium Kim Clijsters 6 6

Top Half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States J Capriati 6 4 5
Russia T Panova 3 77 6 Russia T Panova 4 6 7
WC Australia E Dominikovic 6 62 2 Russia T Panova 6 6
Q Belarus O Barabanschikova 2 6 6 Q Belarus O Barabanschikova 3 2
Spain C Martínez 6 2 4 Q Belarus O Barabanschikova 77 6
Russia E Bovina 6 7 Russia E Bovina 61 2
5 Russia A Myskina 3 5 Russia T Panova 3 5
6 United States L Davenport 6 7
4 Slovakia D Hantuchová 77 6
Q Czech Republic K Koukalová 2 6 2 WC Thailand T Tanasugarn 62 1
WC Thailand T Tanasugarn 6 3 6 4 Slovakia D Hantuchová 4 6 63
Q United States L Raymond 6 4 6 6 United States L Davenport 6 3 77
Greece E Daniilidou 4 6 3 Q United States L Raymond 4 1
WC Australia N Pratt 3 3 6 United States L Davenport 6 6
6 United States L Davenport 6 6

Bottom Half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Bulgaria M Maleeva 3 7 6
Italy S Farina Elia 6 5 0 8 Bulgaria M Maleeva 4 1
South Africa A Coetzer 6 3 6 South Africa A Coetzer 6 6
Japan A Sugiyama 2 6 3 South Africa A Coetzer 4 4
Q Slovakia J Husárová 6 2 6 3 Belgium J Henin-Hardenne 6 6
Russia A Kournikova 4 6 1 Q Slovakia J Husárová 1 0
3 Belgium J Henin-Hardenne 6 6
3 Belgium J Henin-Hardenne 2 3
7 United States C Rubin 6 7 2 Belgium K Clijsters 6 6
Russia E Dementieva 3 5 7 United States C Rubin 6 6
United States A Stevenson 77 6 United States A Stevenson 1 3
LL Slovakia ? Kurhajcová 65 4 7 United States C Rubin 1 2
Argentina P Suárez 6 3 4 2 Belgium K Clijsters 6 6
Switzerland P Schnyder 2 6 6 Switzerland P Schnyder 1 3
2 Belgium K Clijsters 6 6

References

  1. ^ "Hingis quits tennis". BBC Sport. 7 February 2003. Retrieved 2016.

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