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2022 Maharashtra Open %E2%80%93 Singles

Singles
2022 Tata Open Maharashtra
ChampionPortugal João Sousa
Runner-upFinland Emil Ruusuvuori
Final score7-6(11-9), 4-6, 6-1
Details
Draw28 (3Q, 4WC)
Seeds8
Events
← 2020 · Tata Open Maharashtra · 2023 →

João Sousa defeated Emil Ruusuvuori in the final, 7-6(11-9), 4-6, 6-1 to win the singles title at the 2022 Tata Open Maharashtra. Sousa saved three match points against Elias Ymer in the semifinals. This was his first title since 2018.

Ji?í Veselý was the defending champion from when the tournament was last held in 2020,[1] but lost in the quarterfinals to Emil Ruusuvuori.

Seeds

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

  1. Russia Aslan Karatsev (second round)
  2. Italy Lorenzo Musetti (quarterfinals)
  3. Italy Gianluca Mager (second round)
  4. Czech Republic Ji?í Veselý (quarterfinals)
  5. Germany Daniel Altmaier (quarterfinals)
  6. Finland Emil Ruusuvuori (final)
  7. Lithuania Ri?ardas Berankis (first round)
  8. Italy Stefano Travaglia (quarterfinals)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
Q Sweden Elias Ymer 7 64 5
  Portugal João Sousa 5 77 7
  Portugal João Sousa 711 4 6
6 Finland Emil Ruusuvuori 69 6 1
6 Finland Emil Ruusuvuori 6 77
  Poland Kamil Majchrzak 3 60

Top half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Russia A Karatsev 2 63
Q Sweden E Ymer 7 3 6 Q Sweden E Ymer 6 77
Q Italy GM Moroni 5 6 4 Q Sweden E Ymer 6 77
Slovakia J Kovalík 712 2 5 8 Italy S Travaglia 4 64
PR India Y Bhambri 610 6 7 PR India Y Bhambri 3 2
WC India R Ramanathan 67 6 3 8 Italy S Travaglia 6 6
8 Italy S Travaglia 79 4 6 Q Sweden E Ymer 7 64 5
Portugal J Sousa 5 77 7
3 Italy G Mager 6 3 64
WC India A Kadhe 77 64 2 Portugal J Sousa 4 6 77
Portugal J Sousa 65 77 6 Portugal J Sousa 6 6
Italy F Gaio 2 63 5 Germany D Altmaier 2 3
Moldova R Albot 6 77 Moldova R Albot 6 4 4
WC India P Gunneswaran 65 2 5 Germany D Altmaier 3 6 6
5 Germany D Altmaier 77 6

Bottom half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Finland E Ruusuvuori 6 713
Belarus E Gerasimov 0 611 6 Finland E Ruusuvuori 6 6
Q Czech Republic V Kop?iva 6 6 Q Czech Republic V Kop?iva 3 3
Turkey C ?lkel 4 2 6 Finland E Ruusuvuori 6 6
Austria D Novak 4 1 4 Czech Republic J Veselý 3 4
Spain B Zapata Miralles 6 6 Spain B Zapata Miralles 3 4
4 Czech Republic J Veselý 6 6
6 Finland E Ruusuvuori 6 77
7 Lithuania R Berankis 1 2 Poland K Majchrzak 3 60
France Q Halys 6 6 France Q Halys 3 67
Poland K Majchrzak 6 7 Poland K Majchrzak 6 79
Q United Kingdom J Clarke 3 5 Poland K Majchrzak 6 65 6
France H Grenier 6 2 64 2 Italy L Musetti 2 77 4
Australia A Vukic 2 6 77 Australia A Vukic 63 6 3
2 Italy L Musetti 77 3 6

Qualifying

Seeds

  1. Turkey Altu? Çelikbilek (qualifying competition)
  2. France Enzo Couacaud (first round)
  3. Sweden Elias Ymer (qualified)
  4. Germany Daniel Masur (withdrew)
  5. United Kingdom Jay Clarke (qualified)
  6. Russia Evgeny Donskoy (first round)
  7. Chinese Taipei Tseng Chun-hsin (first round)
  8. Czech Republic Vít Kop?iva (qualified)

Qualifiers

Qualifying draw

First qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
1 Turkey Altu? Çelikbilek 6 6
WC India Mukund Sasikumar 3 3
1 Turkey Altu? Çelikbilek 77 3 5
8 Czech Republic Vít Kop?iva 64 6 7
WC India Manish Sureshkumar 2 3
8 Czech Republic Vít Kop?iva 6 6

Second qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
2 France Enzo Couacaud 6 65 62
Alt France Alexandre Müller 4 77 77
Alt France Alexandre Müller 77 3 4
5 United Kingdom Jay Clarke 65 6 6
Alt Australia Andrew Harris 1 3
5 United Kingdom Jay Clarke 6 6

Third qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
3 Sweden Elias Ymer 7 6
Bulgaria Dimitar Kuzmanov 5 4
3 Sweden Elias Ymer 6 6
Australia Marc Polmans 4 4
Australia Marc Polmans 6 6
7 Chinese Taipei Tseng Chun-hsin 3 4

Fourth qualifier

First round Qualifying competition
          
Alt Croatia Borna Gojo 6 1 67
Belgium Kimmer Coppejans 3 6 79
  Belgium Kimmer Coppejans 65 4
  Italy Gian Marco Moroni 77 6
Italy Gian Marco Moroni 7 5 6
6 Russia Evgeny Donskoy 5 7 1

References

  1. ^ PTI (10 February 2020). "Maharashtra Open 2020: Jiri Vesely clinches men's singles title as Christopher Rungkat-Andre Goransson lift doubles trophy - Sports News". Firstpost. Retrieved 2022.

External Links

  • Singles Draw
  • Qualifying Draw

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