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2010 IPP Open – Doubles

2010 IPP Open
Champions   Dustin Brown
Martin Emmrich
Runners-up   Henri Kontinen
Jarkko Nieminen
Final score   7–6(17), 0–6, [10–7]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi were the defending champions, but were ineligible compete this year, due to the ATP rules.
Dustin Brown and Martin Emmrich won in the final 7–6(17), 0–6, [10–7], against Henri Kontinen and Jarkko Nieminen.

Seeds

  1. Johan Brunström / Ken Skupski (Quarterfinals)
  2. Michael Kohlmann / Alexander Peya (Quarterfinals)
  3. Tomasz Bednarek / Igor Zelenay (Semifinals)
  4. Leoš Friedl / David Škoch (Semifinals)

Draw

Key

Draw

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   J Brunström
  K Skupski
7 7    
WC   M Kontinen
  F Nielsen
61 64       1   J Brunström
  K Skupski
4 6 [5]  
    D Brown
  M Emmrich
6 6           D Brown
  M Emmrich
6 3 [10]  
    B Battistone
  A Siljeström
3 4             D Brown
  M Emmrich
6 6    
3   T Bednarek
  I Zelenay
6 6         3   T Bednarek
  I Zelenay
4 4    
WC   M Djokovic
  A Dupuis
2 2       3   T Bednarek
  I Zelenay
6 5 [10]
    S Koubek
  M Slanar
2 3           M Elgin
  T Gabashvili
2 7 [8]  
    M Elgin
  T Gabashvili
6 6             D Brown
  M Emmrich
7 0 [10]
    A Begemann
  F Moser
4 7 [10]       WC   H Kontinen
  J Nieminen
67 6 [7]
    M Kowalczyk
  L Zovko
6 65 [2]         M Kowalczyk
  L Zovko
6 3 [5]  
    J Delgado
  J Marray
60 3       4   L Friedl
  D Škoch
3 6 [10]  
4   L Friedl
  D Škoch
7 6         4   L Friedl
  D Škoch
2 4  
    A Kudryavtsev
  M Przysiężny
3 3         WC   H Kontinen
  J Nieminen
6 6    
WC   H Kontinen
  J Nieminen
6 6       WC   H Kontinen
  J Nieminen
7 62 [11]
    A Juška
  P Marx
4 65       2   M Kohlmann
  A Peya
5 7 [9]  
2   M Kohlmann
  A Peya
6 7    

External links

  • Main Draw
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