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Diego Schwartzman was the defending champion, but he retired in the first round against Pablo Cuevas.[1]

Singles
2019 Rio Open
ChampionSerbia Laslo Đere
Runner-upCanada Félix Auger-Aliassime
Final score6–3, 7–5
Details
Draw32 (4Q / 3WC)
Seeds8
Events
Singles Doubles
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In a tournament known for its upsets, Laslo Đere won the title – the first of his career – defeating Félix Auger-Aliassime in the final, 6–3, 7–5. No seeded players reached the quarterfinals, and only one seed (João Sousa) won his first-round match.

SeedsEdit

  1.   Dominic Thiem (First round)
  2.   Fabio Fognini (First round)
  3.   Marco Cecchinato (First round)
  4.   Diego Schwartzman (First round, retired)
  5.   João Sousa (Second round)
  6.   Dušan Lajović (First round)
  7.   Malek Jaziri (First round)
  8.   Nicolás Jarry (First round)

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

FinalsEdit

Semifinals Final
          
    Laslo Đere w/o
    Aljaž Bedene
    Laslo Đere 6 7
WC   Félix Auger-Aliassime 3 5
    Pablo Cuevas 3 6 3
WC   Félix Auger-Aliassime 6 3 6

Top halfEdit

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1   D Thiem 3 3
  L Đere 6 6   L Đere 6 6
WC   T Seyboth Wild 6 3 2   T Daniel 4 2
  T Daniel 3 6 6   L Đere 6 7
Q   C Ruud 6 6 Q   C Ruud 4 5
LL   C Berlocq 1 2 Q   C Ruud 6 3 6
  G Pella 4 6 4 5   J Sousa 3 6 4
5   J Sousa 6 3 6   L Đere w/o
3   M Cecchinato 5 61   A Bedene
  A Bedene 7 77   A Bedene 6 6
  P Sousa 3 2 WC   T Monteiro 3 4
WC   T Monteiro 6 6   A Bedene 4 6 6
  G Andreozzi 4 4 Q   H Dellien 6 2 3
Q   H Dellien 6 6 Q   H Dellien 7 6
  R Carballés Baena 6 6578   R Carballés Baena 5 4
8   N Jarry 3 77 66

Bottom halfEdit

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7   M Jaziri 3 5
  F Delbonis 6 7   F Delbonis 6 5 3
  L Sonego 673   A Ramos Viñolas 3 7 6
  A Ramos Viñolas 79 6   A Ramos Viñolas 3 6 3
Q   E Ymer 6 5 2   P Cuevas 6 3 6
Q   JI Londero 2 7 6 Q   JI Londero 1 4
  P Cuevas 6 4   P Cuevas 6 6
4   D Schwartzman 1 1r   P Cuevas 3 6 3
6   D Lajović 2 1 WC   F Auger-Aliassime 6 3 6
  C Norrie 6 6   C Norrie 667 64
  J Munar 77 6   J Munar 78 5 77
  L Mayer 654   J Munar 4 3
  C Garín 7 6 WC   F Auger-Aliassime 6 6
  M Marterer 5 3   C Garín 5 4
WC   F Auger-Aliassime 6 6 WC   F Auger-Aliassime 7 6
2   F Fognini 2 3

QualifyingEdit

SeedsEdit

  1.   Juan Ignacio Londero (Qualified)
  2.   Lorenzo Sonego (Moved to main draw)
  3.   Hugo Dellien (Qualified)
  4.   Elias Ymer (Qualified)
  5.   Casper Ruud (Qualified)
  6.   Carlos Berlocq (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  7.   Rogério Dutra Silva (Qualifying competition)
  8.   Pedro Martínez (Qualifying competition)

QualifiersEdit

Lucky loserEdit

  1.   Carlos Berlocq

Qualifying drawEdit

First qualifierEdit

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
1   Juan Ignacio Londero 77 6
    Alessandro Giannessi 631
1   Juan Ignacio Londero 77 6
7   Rogério Dutra Silva 652
    Matteo Donati 2 6 1
7   Rogério Dutra Silva 6 3 6

Second qualifierEdit

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
Alt   Facundo Bagnis 6 7
    Kimmer Coppejans 4 5
Alt   Facundo Bagnis 5 4
5   Casper Ruud 7 6
    Thomaz Bellucci 6366
5   Casper Ruud 77 78

Third qualifierEdit

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
3   Hugo Dellien 6 1 6
WC   Rafael Matos 4 6 0
3   Hugo Dellien 6 77
6   Carlos Berlocq 3 62
WC   Natan Rodrigues 3 1
6   Carlos Berlocq 6 6

Fourth qualifierEdit

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4   Elias Ymer 3 7 6
    João Domingues 6 5 3
4   Elias Ymer 6 1 6
8   Pedro Martínez 4 6 4
WC   Mateus Alves 4 6 5
8   Pedro Martínez 6 3 7

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schwartzman beats Verdasco to win Rio Open". ESPN.com. 25 February 2018.