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2012 Australian Open – Wheelchair Men's Singles

2012 Australian Open
Champion   Maikel Scheffers
Runner-up   Nicolas Peifer
Final score   3–6, 7–6(7–2), 6–0
Singles   men   women       boys   girls
Doubles   men   women   mixed   boys   girls
Other events
Legends    men    women    mixed
WC Singles    men    women    quad
WC Doubles    men    women    quad
Australian Open
 < 2011 2013 > 
Australian Open – Wheelchair Men's Singles
 < 2011 2013 > 

The 2012 Australian Open – Wheelchair Men's Singles[1][2] is a tennis tournament featuring 8 paraplegic men tennis players, which is part of the International Tennis Federation and Tennis Australia.

Shingo Kunieda was the defending champion, but did not return to defend his title.

Maikel Scheffers won the title, by defeating Nicolas Peifer 3–6, 7–6(7–2), 6–0.[3][4]


  1. Maikel Scheffers (Champion)
  2. Stéphane Houdet (Semifinals)




  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
  1   Maikel Scheffers 4 6 6  
    Satoshi Saida 6 2 3  
  1   Maikel Scheffers 2 7 9  
      Stefan Olsson 6 5 7  
    Stefan Olsson 6 6  
  WC   Ben Weekes 1 0    
    1   Maikel Scheffers 3 77 6
      Nicolas Peifer 6 62 0
      Nicolas Peifer 6 6    
    Robin Ammerlaan 3 1    
    Nicolas Peifer 6 6  
  2   Stéphane Houdet 4 4    
    Ronald Vink 4 79 4
  2   Stéphane Houdet 6 67 6  


  1. ^ Australien open Wheelchair championships
  2. ^ Australian open
  3. ^ Australian Open Wheelchair results
  4. ^ Results Men Wheelchair Singles
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