2006 Austrian Open - Singles
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2006 Austrian Open %E2%80%93 Singles
Singles
2006 Austrian Open
ChampionArgentina Agustín Calleri
Runner-upArgentina Juan Ignacio Chela
Final score7-6(11-9), 6-2, 6-3
Events
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Gastón Gaudio was the defending champion,[1] but lost in the quarterfinals to Agustín Calleri.

Calleri went on to win the title, defeating Juan Ignacio Chela 7-6(11-9), 6-2, 6-3 in the final.[2]

Seeds

  1. Russia Nikolay Davydenko (Second Round)
  2. Spain Tommy Robredo (Second Round)
  3. Finland Jarkko Nieminen (Third round)
  4. Argentina Gastón Gaudio (Quarterfinals)
  5. Spain Fernando Verdasco (Semifinals)
  6. Chile Nicolás Massú (Third Round)
  7. Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela (Final)
  8. Russia Mikhail Youzhny (Semifinals)
  9. Argentina Agustín Calleri (Champion)
  10. Belarus Max Mirnyi (Third Round)
  11. Peru Luis Horna (Second Round, retired)
  12. Italy Andreas Seppi (Second round)
  13. Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber (Quarterfinals)
  14. Belgium Christophe Rochus (Second round)
  15. Serbia and Montenegro Boris Pa?anski (Second Round)
  16. Romania Andrei Pavel (Third round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                 
Ecuador Nicolás Lapentti 4 4
5 Spain Fernando Verdasco 6 6
5 Spain Fernando Verdasco 6 1 3
9 Argentina Agustín Calleri 4 6 6
4 Argentina Gastón Gaudio 5 0
9 Argentina Agustín Calleri 7 6
9 Argentina Agustín Calleri 711 6 6
7 Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela 69 2 3
7 Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela 6 6
13 Germany Philipp Kohlschreiber 4 4
7 Argentina Juan Ignacio Chela 6 4 6
8 Russia Mikhail Youzhny 2 6 4
8 Russia Mikhail Youzhny 6 3 6
Austria Jürgen Melzer 3 6 3

Top half

Section 1

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Russia N Davydenko 3 3
Ecuador N Lapentti 712 6 Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6
Czech Republic T Zíb 610 3 Ecuador N Lapentti 6 6
Costa Rica JA Marín 6 4 61 Austria S Koubek 3 3
Austria S Koubek 3 6 77 Austria S Koubek 6 3 6
15 Serbia and Montenegro B Pa?anski 1 6 2
Ecuador N Lapentti 4 4
5 Spain F Verdasco 6 6
10 Belarus M Mirnyi 6 6
Q Argentina D Patriarca 77 2 3 WC Austria A Haider-Maurer 2 4
WC Austria A Haider-Maurer 65 6 6 10 Belarus M Mirnyi 4 5
Germany A Waske 6 3 78 5 Spain F Verdasco 6 7
Poland ? Kubot 3 6 66 Germany A Waske 3 3
5 Spain F Verdasco 6 6

Section 2

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
4 Argentina G Gaudio 77 4
Q Italy L Azzaro 4 2 Argentina J Mónaco 64 1r
Argentina J Mónaco 6 6 4 Argentina G Gaudio 61 79 6
Germany M Berrer 3 6 66 Germany D Gremelmayr 77 67 0
Germany D Gremelmayr 6 3 78 Germany D Gremelmayr 7 6
14 Belgium C Rochus 5 1
4 Argentina G Gaudio 5 0
9 Argentina A Calleri 7 6
9 Argentina A Calleri 77 6
WC Austria R Eitzinger 6 6 WC Austria R Eitzinger 63 3
Austria O Marach 3 0 9 Argentina A Calleri 6 77
Q Spain Á Calatrava 4 6 6 6 Chile N Massú 2 64
LL Argentina D Junqueira 6 3 4 Q Spain Á Calatrava 6 5 63
6 Chile N Massú 3 7 77

Bottom half

Section 3

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
7 Argentina JI Chela 64 6 6
Germany R Schüttler 1 0r Argentina M Zabaleta 77 3 3
Argentina M Zabaleta 6 0 7 Argentina JI Chela 6 6
WC Austria A Sandbichler 3 3 Q Serbia and Montenegro D Vemi? 4 0
Q Serbia and Montenegro D Vemi? 6 6 Q Serbia and Montenegro D Vemi? 77 5
11 Peru L Horna 63 2r
7 Argentina JI Chela 6 6
13 Germany P Kohlschreiber 4 4
13 Germany P Kohlschreiber 77 7
Czech Republic I Miná? 1 6 1 Q Australia P Luczak 63 5
Q Australia P Luczak 6 3 6 13 Germany P Kohlschreiber 6 4 6
Romania R Sab?u 4 3 3 Finland J Nieminen 2 6 3
Q Argentina S Roitman 6 6 Q Argentina S Roitman 3 6 4
3 Finland J Nieminen 6 1 6

Section 4

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
8 Russia M Youzhny 0 6 77
Belgium D Norman 0 4 6 4 62
6 6 8 Russia M Youzhny 6 6
WC Austria W Eschauer 6 66 4 Argentina E Massa 4 1
Argentina E Massa 3 78 6 Argentina E Massa 77 77
12 Italy A Seppi 65 65
8 Russia M Youzhny 6 3 6
Austria J Melzer 3 6 3
16 Romania A Pavel 6 6
Brazil M Daniel 6 6 Brazil M Daniel 4 4
Spain A Montañés 4 3 16 Romania A Pavel 5 3
Spain Ó Hernández 3 4 Austria J Melzer 7 6
Austria J Melzer 6 6 Austria J Melzer 6 7
2 Spain T Robredo 2 5

References

  1. ^ "Gaudio rebounds from first-set loss to win Generali". ESPN. 31 July 2005. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "Calleri claims second title by winning Generali Open". USA Today. 30 July 2006. Retrieved 2014.

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