2001 Chevrolet Cup – Doubles

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2001 Chevrolet Cup
Champions   Argentina Lucas Arnold
Spain Tomás Carbonell
Runners-up   Argentina Mariano Hood
Argentina Sebastián Prieto
Final score   6–4, 2–6, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Gustavo Kuerten and Antonio Prieto were the defending champions but only Prieto competed that year with Álex Calatrava.

Calatrava and Prieto lost in the first round to Sergio Roitman and Andrés Schneiter.

Lucas Arnold and Tomás Carbonell won in the final 6–4, 2–6, 6–3 against Mariano Hood and Sebastián Prieto.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Argentina M García
6 1 6  
LL  France N Coutelot
 France A di Pasquale
3 6 3     1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Argentina M García
64 64    
   Argentina S Roitman
 Italy A Schneiter
6 2 77      Argentina S Roitman
 Italy A Schneiter
77 77    
   Spain Á Calatrava
 Brazil A Prieto
3 6 62          Argentina S Roitman
 Italy A Schneiter
5 2    
4  Spain Á López Morón
 Spain A Portas
68 6 3          Argentina M Hood
 Argentina S Prieto
7 6    
   South Africa B Haygarth
 Israel E Ran
710 0 6        South Africa B Haygarth
 Israel E Ran
6 3 2
   Argentina M Hood
 Argentina S Prieto
6 77        Argentina M Hood
 Argentina S Prieto
4 6 6  
WC  Morocco K Alami
 Chile M Ríos
3 61            Argentina M Hood
 Argentina S Prieto
4 6 3
WC  Chile J Fillol Jr.
 Chile A García
5 61         2  Argentina L Arnold
 Spain T Carbonell
6 2 6
Q  Argentina G Cañas
 Argentina L Lobo
7 77       Q  Argentina G Cañas
 Argentina L Lobo
5 78 1  
   Australia T Crichton
 Australia A Fisher
6 6        Australia T Crichton
 Australia A Fisher
7 66 6  
3  Italy C Brandi
 Argentina D Orsanic
4 3            Australia T Crichton
 Australia A Fisher
4 2  
   Spain E Benfele Álvarez
 Argentina M Rodríguez
6 6         2  Argentina L Arnold
 Spain T Carbonell
6 6    
   Czech Republic P Kovacka
 Czech Republic P Kudrnac
2 4          Spain E Benfele Álvarez
 Argentina M Rodríguez
61 7 4
   Spain G Puentes
 Spain J Velasco, Jr.
2 4     2  Argentina L Arnold
 Spain T Carbonell
77 5 6  
2  Argentina L Arnold
 Spain T Carbonell
6 6    

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