2004 French Open – Men’s Singles

Men’s Singles

2004 French Open

Champion
Gastón Gaudio

Runner-up
Guillermo Coria

Final score
0–6, 3–6, 6–4, 6–1, 8–6

Events

Singles
men
women

boys
girls

Doubles
men
women
mixed
boys
girls

Legends
−45
45+
women

WC Singles
men
women

WC Doubles
men
women

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Main article: 2004 French Open
Juan Carlos Ferrero was the defending champion, but lost in the second round to Igor Andreev, his first loss at the event prior to the semifinals.
Gaston Gaudio (ranked 44th[1][2]) won in the final 0–6, 3–6, 6–4, 6–1, 8–6, against Guillermo Coria.
This was the first Grand Slam tournament in which Roger Federer competed as No. 1, having suffered a third round loss to former No. 1 and three-time champion Gustavo Kuerten, in what would be his last pre-quarterfinal exit from a Major until his second round loss to Sergiy Stakhovsky in the 2013 Wimbledon Championships, a run of 36 quarterfinals in a row.
After the conclusion of the 2016 US Open, this was the last major in which none of the semi-finalists had previously won a major.

Contents

1 Seeds
2 Qualifying
3 Draw

3.1 Key
3.2 Finals
3.3 Top half

3.3.1 Section 1
3.3.2 Section 2
3.3.3 Section 3
3.3.4 Section 4

3.4 Bottom half

3.4.1 Section 5
3.4.2 Section 6
3.4.3 Section 7
3.4.4 Section 8

4 References
5 External links

Seeds[edit]

Roger Federer (Third round)
Andy Roddick (Second round)
Guillermo Coria (Final)
Juan Carlos Ferrero (Second round)
Carlos Moyà (Quarterfinals)
Andre Agassi (First round)
Rainer Schüttler (First round)
David Nalbandian (Semifinals)
Tim Henman (Semifinals)
Sébastien Grosjean (Second round)
Nicolás Massú (Third round)
Lleyton Hewitt (Quarterfinals)
Paradorn Srichaphan (Second round)
Jiří Novák (Second round)
Sjeng Schalken (withdrew because of a viral infection)
Fernando González (First round)
Tommy Robredo (Fourth round)
Mark Philippoussis (First round)
Martin Verkerk (Third round)
Marat Safin (Fourth round)
Andrei Pavel (Second round)
Juan Ignacio Chela (Quarterfinals)
Feliciano López (Fourth round)
Jonas Björkman (Second round)
Ivan Ljubičić (Second round)
Albert Costa (Third round)
Vincent Spadea (Second round)
Gustavo Kuerten (Quarterfinals)
Max Mirnyi (First round)
Mariano Zabaleta (Second round)
Dominik Hrbatý (Second round)
Arnaud Clément (First round)

Qualifying[edit]
Main article: 2004 French Open – Men’s Singles Qual
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