2000 Kremlin Cup
The Kremlin Cup 2000 was the 11th edition of the indoor tennis tournament in Moscow. The tournament was the International Series tournament of the ATP series. It was, together with the Davidoff Swiss Indoors in Basel from 23 to October 29, 2000 and was organized in the sports complex Olimpijski, the Moscow Olympic Stadium discharged.
Successful Defender of the single was the Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov, who won for the fourth time in a row the tournament. This was after two double titles and the victory at the Olympic Games, the second success for Kafelnikov this season and the 22 titles at a single tournament in his career. He defeated in the final of the German David Prinosil in two sets.
Prinosil managed to enlist on the side of Sweden Jonas Björkman the doubles tournament. The German - Swedish double stepped so that the successor of Justin Gimelstob and Daniel Vacek, neither of which competed in this year. For Prinosil it was the second doubles title this year and the eighth of his career. Björkman decided for the first time this year, a doubles tournament for themselves, but could already enjoy in his career over 20 more. It was the first time that Prinosil and Björkman were together successfully.
The field of the individual competition consisted of 32 players, double that of the competition from 16 pairs. The total prize money was $ 975,000, the total financial liabilities were $ 1,000,000.
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- WC = Wild Card
- LL = Lucky Loser
- ALT = substitute ( alternate )
- PR = Protected Ranking
- SE = Special Exempt
- R = Task ( retired )
- D = disqualification
- Supra = Walkover
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