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The 2010 Italian Open – Men's Singles was the men's singles event of the 2010 Italian Open, an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tennis tournament held in late April and early May. Defending champion Rafael Nadal defeated David Ferrer 7–5, 6–2 in the final. It was his fifth title at the tournament.[1]

Men's Singles
2010 Italian Open
ChampionSpain Rafael Nadal
Runner-upSpain David Ferrer
Final score7–5, 6–2
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Contents

SeedsEdit

The top eight seeds receive a bye into the second round.

  1.   Roger Federer (Second Round)
  2.   Novak Djokovic (Quarterfinals)
  3.   Rafael Nadal (Champion)
  4.   Andy Murray (Third Round)
  5.   Robin Söderling (Third Round)
  6.   Fernando Verdasco (Semifinals)
  7.   Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Quarterfinals)
  8.   Marin Čilić (Second Round)
  9.   Mikhail Youzhny (First Round)
  10.   Tomáš Berdych (Second Round)
  11.   Ivan Ljubičić (Third Round, retired due to side strain)
  12.   Juan Carlos Ferrero (First Round)
  13.   David Ferrer (Final)
  14.   John Isner (Second Round)
  15.   Sam Querrey (First Round)
  16.   Juan Mónaco (Second Round)

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

FinalsEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
    Ernests Gulbis 7 6  
    Feliciano López 661  
    Ernests Gulbis 4 6 4
3   Rafael Nadal 6 3 6
3   Rafael Nadal 6 6  
    Stanislas Wawrinka 4 1  
3   Rafael Nadal 7 6  
13   David Ferrer 5 2  
7   Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 4 1  
13   David Ferrer 6 6  
13   David Ferrer 7 6  
6   Fernando Verdasco 5 3  
6   Fernando Verdasco 7 3 6
2   Novak Djokovic 646 4

Top HalfEdit

Section 1Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1   R Federer 6 1 5
  M Baghdatis 2 2       E Gulbis 2 6 7
    E Gulbis 6 6       E Gulbis 6 3 7
WC   F Volandri 6 6   WC   F Volandri 2 6 64
Q   P Luczak 4 3   WC   F Volandri 6 6  
    J Benneteau 7 3 7     J Benneteau 2 0  
15   S Querrey 666 62    E Gulbis 7 6  
11   I Ljubičić 7 616     F López 661  
    P-H Mathieu 5 7 0 11   I Ljubičić 7 7  
    N Almagro 636 6     N Almagro 5 63 
    Ł Kubot 7 2 3 11   I Ljubičić 0 r  
    B Becker 4 3       F López 0    
    F López 6 6       F López 2 7 6
8   M Čilić 6 624

Section 2Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
3   R Nadal 6 6  
    P Cuevas 7 1 4     P Kohlschreiber 1 3  
    P Kohlschreiber 616 6 3   R Nadal 6 6  
    V Hănescu 6 656     V Hănescu 3 2  
    M Berrer 2 7 3     V Hănescu 7 6  
    I Andreev 645   16   J Mónaco 644  
16   J Mónaco 7 7   3   R Nadal 6 6  
10   T Berdych 6 6       S Wawrinka 4 1  
Q   M Granollers 3 3   10   T Berdych 6 3 66
    J Melzer 1 2       S Wawrinka 2 6 7
    S Wawrinka 6 6       S Wawrinka 6 6  
WC   P Lorenzi 2 6 6 5   R Söderling 3 2  
    A Montañés 6 4 3 WC   P Lorenzi 1 5  
5   R Söderling 6 7  

Bottom HalfEdit

Section 3Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
7   J-W Tsonga 6 6  
    V Troicki 3 6 1     V Troicki 2 3  
SE   T de Bakker 6 1 0r 7   J-W Tsonga 6 6  
Q   M Llodra 6 3 6 Q   S Giraldo 3 4  
    A Beck 2 6 4 Q   M Llodra 3 2  
Q   S Giraldo 6 6   Q   S Giraldo 6 6  
12   JC Ferrero 0 3   7   J-W Tsonga 4 1  
13   D Ferrer 6 6   13   D Ferrer 6 6  
    E Korolev 4 1   13   D Ferrer 7 6  
Q   J Hájek 2 2   WC   P Starace 5 2  
WC   P Starace 6 6   13   D Ferrer 6 6  
    A Seppi 6 6   4   A Murray 3 4  
    F Fognini 0 3       A Seppi 2 4  
4   A Murray 6 6  

Section 4Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
6   F Verdasco 7 6  
WC   S Bolelli 6 6   WC   S Bolelli 6113  
LL   S Greul 4 1   6   F Verdasco 6 7  
    G García-López 6 6       G García-López 4 62 
Q   JI Chela 2 2       G García-López 6 6  
    L Hewitt 6 4 6     L Hewitt 2 3  
9   M Youzhny 4 6 3 6   F Verdasco 7 3 6
14   J Isner 4 7 7 2   N Djokovic 646 4
    H Zeballos 6 655 14   J Isner 675  
    T Bellucci 6 3 6     T Bellucci 7 7  
Q   L Mayer 4 6 1     T Bellucci 4 4  
    J Tipsarević 4 4   2   N Djokovic 6 6  
    J Chardy 6 6       J Chardy 1 1  
2   N Djokovic 6 6  

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rafael Nadal beats David Ferrer to claim a fifth Rome Masters". The Guardian. 2 May 2010. Retrieved 1 August 2017.

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