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2009 UniCredit Czech Open

2009 UniCredit Czech Open
Date June 1–June 6
Edition 16th
Champions
Singles
Jan Hájek
Doubles
Johan Brunström / Jean-Julien Rojer

The 2009 UniCredit Czech Open was a tennis clay-court tournament included in the 2009 ATP Challenger Tour. Agustín Calleri was the defending singles champion, but could not get past the first round. Jan Hájek, world no. 288, came from the qualifying round and took the title in front of his home crowd by beating the top-100 player Steve Darcis in the final. Johan Brunström and Jean-Julien Rojer won the doubles event.

Contents

  • Singles entrants 1
    • Seeds 1.1
    • Other entrants 1.2
  • Champions 2
    • Singles 2.1
    • Doubles 2.2
  • External links 3

Singles entrants

Seeds

Nationality Player Ranking* Seeding
 RUS Mikhail Youzhny 30 1
 ROU Victor Hănescu 31 2
 SRB Viktor Troicki 32 3
 FRA Jérémy Chardy 36 4
 RUS Igor Andreev 41 5
 RUS Evgeny Korolev 51 6
 URU Pablo Cuevas 52 7
 ARG Horacio Zeballos 54 8
  • Rankings are as of May 25, 2009.

Other entrants

The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw:

The following players received entry a special Exempt into the singles main draw:

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

Champions

Singles

Jan Hájek def. Steve Darcis, 6–2, 1–6, 6–4

Doubles

Johan Brunström / Jean-Julien Rojer def. Pablo Cuevas / Dominik Hrbatý, 6–2, 6–3

External links

  • Official website
  • ITF search
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