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2003 BNP Paribas Masters %E2%80%93 Singles
Singles
2003 BNP Paribas Masters
Final
ChampionUnited Kingdom Tim Henman
Runner-upRomania Andrei Pavel
Score6-2, 7-6(8-6), 7-6(7-2)
Details
Draw48
Seeds16
Events
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Tim Henman defeated Andrei Pavel in the final, 6-2, 7-6(8-6), 7-6(7-2) to win the singles tennis title at the 2003 Paris Masters.

Marat Safin was the reigning champion, but did not compete that year.

Seeds

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

  1. Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (third round)
  2. United States Andy Roddick (semifinals)
  3. Switzerland Roger Federer (quarterfinals)
  4. Argentina Guillermo Coria (third round, withdrew)
  5. Germany Rainer Schüttler (quarterfinals)
  6. Argentina David Nalbandian (withdrew)
  7. France Sébastien Grosjean (second round)
  8. Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan (third round)
  9. Australia Mark Philippoussis (second round)
  10. Chile Nicolás Massú (third round)
  11. Netherlands Sjeng Schalken (second round)
  12. Morocco Younes El Aynaoui (second round)
  13. Netherlands Martin Verkerk (third round)
  14. Czech Republic Ji?í Novák (semifinals)
  15. Spain Félix Mantilla (second round)
  16. Spain Tommy Robredo (third round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
            
14 Czech Republic Ji?í Novák 2 6 4
  Romania Andrei Pavel 6 4 6
  Romania Andrei Pavel 2 66 62    
  United Kingdom Tim Henman 6 78 77    
  United Kingdom Tim Henman 77 79  
2 United States Andy Roddick 64 67  

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 Spain J C Ferrero 79 6  
Q France N Mahut 4 6 7 Q France N Mahut 67 4  
  Finland J Nieminen 6 4 5 1 Spain J C Ferrero 5 5  
  Belarus M Mirnyi 4 6 1 14 Czech Republic J Novák 7 7  
WC France F Santoro 6 4 6 WC France F Santoro 4 6 0
14 Czech Republic J Novák 6 4 6
14 Czech Republic J Novák 6 6  
Q Morocco H Arazi 2 1  
12 Morocco Y El Aynaoui 6 3 2r
Q Morocco H Arazi 7 6   Q Morocco H Arazi 4 6 1
WC France P-H Mathieu 5 4   Q Morocco H Arazi 77 6  
  United States R Ginepri 65 4   8 Thailand P Srichaphan 63 3  
Q Slovakia K Beck 77 6   Q Slovakia K Beck 64 3  
8 Thailand P Srichaphan 77 6  

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
4 Argentina G Coria 6 3 6
  Russia M Youzhny 64 3     Spain F López 3 6 3
  Spain F López 77 6   4 Argentina G Coria      
  Romania A Pavel 77 6     Romania A Pavel w/o    
  Slovakia K Ku?era 64 2     Romania A Pavel 7 78  
15 Spain F Mantilla 5 66  
  Romania A Pavel 2 6 6
5 Germany R Schüttler 6 3 2
10 Chile N Massú 3 6 7
  Spain A Costa 64 6 7   Spain A Costa 6 1 5
  Argentina M Zabaleta 77 4 5 10 Chile N Massú 4 5  
  Chile F González 3 4   5 Germany R Schüttler 6 7  
  United States J Blake 6 6     United States J Blake 6 2 3
5 Germany R Schüttler 4 6 6

Bottom half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
7 France S Grosjean 6 4 5
  Russia N Davydenko 3 4     United Kingdom T Henman 3 6 7
  United Kingdom T Henman 6 6     United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
  Brazil G Kuerten 6 77     Brazil G Kuerten 4 2  
  United States M Fish 4 62     Brazil G Kuerten 65 713 77
9 Australia M Philippoussis 77 611 61
  United Kingdom T Henman 77 6  
3 Switzerland R Federer 65 1  
13 Netherlands M Verkerk 77 6  
LL Slovakia D Hrbatý 77 6   LL Slovakia D Hrbatý 63 4  
  United States V Spadea 61 1   13 Netherlands M Verkerk 77 612 66
  Argentina J I Chela 0 3   3 Switzerland R Federer 63 714 78
Q France T Ascione 6 6   Q France T Ascione 65 1  
3 Switzerland R Federer 77 6  

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
LL Ecuador N Lapentti 4 1  
  Sweden J Björkman 6 77     Sweden J Björkman 6 6  
  Argentina A Calleri 4 65     Sweden J Björkman 6 79  
  Czech Republic R ?t?pánek 6 2 63 Q France G Carraz 3 67  
Q France G Carraz 2 6 77 Q France G Carraz 6 2 6
11 Netherlands S Schalken 4 6 3
  Sweden J Björkman 5 60  
2 United States A Roddick 7 77  
16 Spain T Robredo 7 6  
WC France R Gasquet 6 611 4   Argentina G Gaudio 5 3  
  Argentina G Gaudio 1 713 6 16 Spain T Robredo 3 4  
Q Romania V H?nescu 2 6 6 2 United States A Roddick 6 6  
  South Africa W Ferreira 6 4 4 Q Romania V H?nescu 64 64  
2 United States A Roddick 77 77  

References


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