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Tennis at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's singles

Men's singles
Tennis at the 2000 Summer Olympics
Champion  Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS)
Runner-up  Tommy Haas (GER)
Final score 7–6(7–4), 3–6, 6–2, 4–6, 6–3

The men's singles tennis competition during the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney was played at the Tennis Centre, Sydney Olympic Park.

Andre Agassi was the reigning gold medalist having won in 1996. He did not participate in the Games. Yevgeny Kafelnikov of Russia defeated unseeded Tommy Haas of Germany 7–6(7–4), 3–6, 6–2, 4–6, 6–3 in the final. Arnaud Di Pasquale of France won the bronze medal.

Contents

  • Medalists 1
  • Seeds 2
  • Draw 3
    • Key 3.1
    • Finals 3.2
    • Top Half 3.3
      • Section 1 3.3.1
      • Section 2 3.3.2
    • Bottom Half 3.4
      • Section 3 3.4.1
      • Section 4 3.4.2
  • References 4

Medalists

Gold  Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Russia (RUS)
Silver  Tommy Haas
Germany (GER)
Bronze  Arnaud Di Pasquale
France (FRA)

Seeds

  1.  Marat Safin (RUS) (First round)
  2.  Gustavo Kuerten (BRA) (Quarterfinals)
  3.  Magnus Norman (SWE) (Third round)
  4.  Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) (First round)
  5.  Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) (Champion, Gold Medalist)
  6.  Àlex Corretja (ESP) (Third round)
  7.  Tim Henman (GBR) (First round)
  8.  Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) (Quarterfinals)
  9.  Nicolas Kiefer (GER) (First round)
  10.  Franco Squillari (ARG) (First round)
  11.  Mark Philippoussis (AUS) (Third round)
  12.  Marcelo Ríos (CHI) (First round)
  13.  Patrick Rafter (AUS) (Second round)
  14.  Wayne Ferreira (RSA) (First round)
  15.  Albert Costa (ESP) (First round)
  16.  Michael Chang (USA) (First round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Top Half

Section 1

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
1  M Safin (RUS) 6 1 4
   F Santoro (FRA) 1 6 6    F Santoro (FRA) 6 62 7
   A Ilie (AUS) 3 3      F Vicente (ESP) 1 77 5
   F Vicente (ESP) 6 6      F Santoro (FRA) 2 7 4
   G Pozzi (ITA) 6 6      K Alami (MAR) 6 5 6
   J Novák (CZE) 1 2      G Pozzi (ITA) 2 6 6
   K Alami (MAR) 6 77      K Alami (MAR) 6 4 8
10  F Squillari (ARG) 4 65      K Alami (MAR) 62 1  
16  M Chang (USA) 66 3      R Federer (SUI) 77 6  
IP  S Lareau (CAN) 78 6   IP  S Lareau (CAN) 1 6 3
Alt  M Tillström (SWE) 6 6   Alt  M Tillström (SWE) 6 3 6
IP  L Paes (IND) 2 4   Alt  M Tillström (SWE) 1 2  
   D Prinosil (GER) 2 2      R Federer (SUI) 6 6  
   R Federer (SUI) 6 6      R Federer (SUI) 6 77  
   K Kučera (SVK) 6 6      K Kučera (SVK) 4 65  
7  T Henman (GBR) 3 2  

Section 2

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
4  L Hewitt (AUS) 3 3  
   M Mirnyi (BLR) 6 6      M Mirnyi (BLR) 64 6 11
Alt  W Black (ZIM) 7 1 1    J Vaněk (CZE) 77 4 9
   J Vaněk (CZE) 5 6 6    M Mirnyi (BLR) 77 6  
   J Tarango (USA) 6 6      M Zabaleta (ARG) 64 2  
INV  D Camacho (BOL) 0 1      J Tarango (USA) 2 3  
   M Zabaleta (ARG) 68 6 7    M Zabaleta (ARG) 6 6  
12  M Ríos (CHI) 710 4 5    M Mirnyi (BLR) 6 5 3
14  W Ferreira (RSA) 5 2      T Haas (GER) 4 7 6
   T Haas (GER) 7 6      T Haas (GER) 4 6 6
   C Ruud (NOR) 2 4      A Vinciguerra (SWE) 6 4 2
   A Vinciguerra (SWE) 6 6      T Haas (GER) 79 6  
   G Rusedski (GBR) 2 3   6  À Corretja (ESP) 67 3  
   A Clément (FRA) 6 6      A Clément (FRA) 77 4 4
   G Ivanišević (CRO) 63 65   6  À Corretja (ESP) 65 6 6
6  À Corretja (ESP) 77 77  

Bottom Half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
8  JC Ferrero (ESP) 65 78 7
Alt  H-T Lee (KOR) 77 66 5 8  JC Ferrero (ESP) 6 78  
   S Doseděl (CZE) 2 65      N Massú (CHI) 4 66  
   N Massú (CHI) 6 77   8  JC Ferrero (ESP) 77 6  
Alt  B Cowan (GBR) 7 1 4 Alt  D Nestor (CAN) 64 3  
Alt  D Nestor (CAN) 5 6 6 Alt  D Nestor (CAN) 7 77  
   V Spadea (USA) 4 3   13  P Rafter (AUS) 5 64  
13  P Rafter (AUS) 6 6   8  JC Ferrero (ESP) 2 1
9  N Kiefer (GER) 4 3      A Di Pasquale (FRA) 6 6  
   A Di Pasquale (FRA) 6 6      A Di Pasquale (FRA) 6 6  
   V Voltchkov (BLR) 77 4 6    V Voltchkov (BLR) 2 2  
   G Gaudio (ARG) 64 6 1    A Di Pasquale (FRA) 77 77  
IP  P Srichaphan (THA) 6 4 7 3  M Norman (SWE) 64 62  
IP  A Sávolt (HUN) 2 6 5 IP  P Srichaphan (THA) 5 2  
   A Pavel (ROM) 77 3 8 3  M Norman (SWE) 7 6  
3  M Norman (SWE) 61 6 10

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
5  Y Kafelnikov (RUS) 6 6  
IP  JA Marín (CRC) 0 1   5  Y Kafelnikov (RUS) 77 6  
   N Escudé (FRA) 77 5 1    JI Chela (ARG) 64 4  
   JI Chela (ARG) 65 7 6 5  Y Kafelnikov (RUS) 77 6  
   S Sargsian (ARM) 3 4   11  M Philippoussis (AUS) 64 3  
IP  K Pless (DEN) 6 6   IP  K Pless (DEN) 4 4  
   T Johansson (SWE) 66 4   11  M Philippoussis (AUS) 6 6  
11  M Philippoussis (AUS) 78 6   5  Y Kafelnikov (RUS) 6 7  
15  A Costa (ESP) 3 6 9 2  G Kuerten (BRA) 4 5  
Alt  K Ullyett (ZIM) 6 3 11 Alt  K Ullyett (ZIM) 2 6 4
   D Hrbatý (SVK) 1 6 3    I Ljubičić (CRO) 6 4 6
   I Ljubičić (CRO) 6 1 6    I Ljubičić (CRO) 62 3  
   R Schüttler (GER) 6 6   2  G Kuerten (BRA) 77 6  
   T Martin (USA) 2 0      R Schüttler (GER) 4 4  
INV  C Pognon 1 1   2  G Kuerten (BRA) 6 6  
2  G Kuerten (BRA) 6 6  

References

  • Results
  • ITF Olympic site
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