2001 Heineken Open – Doubles

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2001 Heineken Open
Champions   South Africa Marius Barnard
United States Jim Thomas
Runners-up   South Africa David Adams
Argentina Martín García
Final score   7–6(12–10), 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Ellis Ferreira and Rick Leach were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Marius Barnard and Jim Thomas won in the final 7–6(12–10), 6–4 against David Adams and Martín García.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 South Africa D Adams
Argentina M García
62 78 6
  United States J-M Gambill
United States J Stark
77 66 4 1 South Africa D Adams
Argentina M García
7 6  
WC Slovakia D Hrbatý
Slovakia K Kučera
6 6   WC Slovakia D Hrbatý
Slovakia K Kučera
5 4  
  United States D Bowen
United States J Waite
3 1   1 South Africa D Adams
Argentina M García
6 6  
3 South Africa C Haggard
Belgium T Vanhoudt
3 6 66 Q South Africa P Rosner
South Africa J Weir-Smith
2 3  
Q South Africa P Rosner
South Africa J Weir-Smith
6 3 78 Q South Africa P Rosner
South Africa J Weir-Smith
62 6 6
  Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
77 66 77   Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
77 4 4
  Czech Republic T Cibulec
Czech Republic L Friedl
63 78 62 1 South Africa D Adams
Argentina M García
610 4  
  France J Boutter
Italy A Gaudenzi
63 6 3   South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
712 6  
  Argentina A Calleri
Argentina F Squillari
77 4 6   Argentina A Calleri
Argentina F Squillari
5 66  
  South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
6 6     South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
7 78  
4 Argentina L Arnold
Sweden J Landsberg
4 4     South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
6 1 6
  Japan T Shimada
South Africa M Wakefield
6 77     Japan T Shimada
South Africa M Wakefield
3 6 1
WC New Zealand J Greenhalgh
New Zealand A Hunt
2 60     Japan T Shimada
South Africa M Wakefield
6 6  
  Israel E Ran
Spain J Velasco, Jr.
4 4   2 Sweden S Aspelin
South Africa R Koenig
4 3  
2 Sweden S Aspelin
South Africa R Koenig
6 6  

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