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2004 BNP Paribas Masters %E2%80%93 Singles
Singles
2004 BNP Paribas Masters
ChampionRussia Marat Safin
Runner-upCzech Republic Radek ?t?pánek
Final score6-3, 7-6(7-5), 6-3
Details
Draw48
Seeds16
Events
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Marat Safin defeated Radek ?t?pánek in the final, 6-3, 7-6(7-5), 6-3 to win the singles tennis title at the 2004 Paris Masters. It was his third Paris Masters title and 14th career singles title overall.[1] Safin also became the first man to win the final two Masters tournaments of the season, after the Madrid Masters the week before.

Tim Henman was the defending champion, but lost in the third round to Mikhail Youzhny.[2]

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. United States Andy Roddick (third round)
  2. Australia Lleyton Hewitt (quarterfinals)
  3. United Kingdom Tim Henman (third round)
  4. Spain Carlos Moyá (withdrew due to a shoulder injury)
  5. United States Andre Agassi (withdrew)
  6. Russia Marat Safin (champion)
  7. Argentina Gastón Gaudio (second round)
  8. Argentina David Nalbandian (withdrew due to a left knee injury)
  9. Sweden Joachim Johansson (withdrew due to a virus)
  10. Spain Tommy Robredo (second round)
  11. Romania Andrei Pavel (third round)
  12. Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý (second round)
  13. Argentina Guillermo Cañas (semifinals)
  14. Chile Nicolás Massú (third round)
  15. Chile Fernando González (second round)
  16. Czech Republic Ji?í Novák (second round)
  17. United States Vincent Spadea (third round)
  18. Germany Tommy Haas (third round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
            
Q Belarus Max Mirnyi 6 61 4
Q Czech Republic Radek ?t?pánek 3 77 6
Q Czech Republic Radek ?t?pánek 3 65 3    
6 Russia Marat Safin 6 77 6    
13 Argentina Guillermo Cañas 2 65  
6 Russia Marat Safin 6 77  

Top half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1 United States A Roddick 6 6  
  Sweden T Johansson 5 2     Armenia S Sargsian 2 2  
  Armenia S Sargsian 7 6   1 United States A Roddick 62 2  
  Morocco H Arazi 3 0   Q Belarus M Mirnyi 77 6  
Q Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6   Q Belarus M Mirnyi 710 6  
15 Chile F González 68 3  
Q Belarus M Mirnyi 65 6 77
  Sweden R Söderling 77 4 65
12 Slovakia D Hrbatý 64 2  
  Peru L Horna 66 60   WC France C Saulnier 77 6  
WC France C Saulnier 78 77   WC France C Saulnier 64 2  
  Sweden R Söderling 6 6     Sweden R Söderling 77 6  
  United States T Dent 2 4     Sweden R Söderling 4 78 6
LL Italy D Sanguinetti 6 66 0

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
3 United Kingdom T Henman 6 6  
Alt Argentina M Zabaleta 63 4     Thailand P Srichaphan 3 4  
  Thailand P Srichaphan 77 6   3 United Kingdom T Henman 5 1  
  Sweden J Björkman 2 62     Russia M Youzhny 7 6  
  Russia M Youzhny 6 77     Russia M Youzhny 6 7  
16 Czech Republic J Novák 3 5  
  Russia M Youzhny 61 3  
Q Czech Republic R ?t?pánek 77 6  
17 United States V Spadea 77 6  
  Russia N Davydenko 6 6     Russia N Davydenko 64 0  
  Spain F Verdasco 2 3   17 United States V Spadea 2 3  
Q Czech Republic R ?t?pánek 77 6   Q Czech Republic R ?t?pánek 6 6  
  France M Llodra 62 1   Q Czech Republic R ?t?pánek 6 6  
LL Romania V H?nescu 4 1  

Bottom half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
7 Argentina G Gaudio 5 6 1
  Spain F López 77 6     Spain F López 7 3 6
  Germany R Schüttler 63 4     Spain F López 5 6 6
  United States M Fish 6 3 6 11 Romania A Pavel 7 4 4
  Spain D Ferrer 3 6 2   United States M Fish 63 4  
11 Romania A Pavel 77 6  
  Spain F López 3 3  
13 Argentina G Cañas 6 6  
13 Argentina G Cañas 6 6  
Q France J-W Tsonga 4 77 6 Q France J-W Tsonga 1 3  
  Croatia M An?i? 6 65 3 13 Argentina G Cañas 77 6  
LL Belgium X Malisse 7 6   18 Germany T Haas 64 2  
WC France P-H Mathieu 5 4   LL Belgium X Malisse 1 61  
18 Germany T Haas 6 77  

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
6 Russia M Safin 61 6 7
  Croatia I Ljubi?i? 6 77     Croatia I Ljubi?i? 77 3 5
WC France A Clément 3 64   6 Russia M Safin 6 7  
  Austria J Melzer 6 6     Austria J Melzer 2 5  
  Argentina J I Chela 1 4     Austria J Melzer 6 3 6
10 Spain T Robredo 3 6 1
6 Russia M Safin 6 77  
2 Australia L Hewitt 4 62  
14 Chile N Massú 6 77  
  Italy F Volandri 6 4 1r Q Belgium C Rochus 2 64  
Q Belgium C Rochus 2 6 4 14 Chile N Massú 3r    
Q Sweden T Enqvist 6 4 3 2 Australia L Hewitt 4    
Q France G Monfils 1 6 6 Q France G Monfils 3 63  
2 Australia L Hewitt 6 77  

References

  1. ^ "Safin sweeps past Stepanek for third Paris crown". ABC News. Agence France-Presse. 7 November 2004. Retrieved 2021.
  2. ^ "Henman crashes out in Paris". The Times. 4 November 2004. Retrieved 2021.

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