2001 International Raiffeisen Grand Prix – Doubles

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2001 International Raiffeisen Grand Prix
Champions   Czech Republic Petr Pála
Czech Republic David Rikl
Runners-up   Brazil Jaime Oncins
Argentina Daniel Orsanic
Final score   6–3, 5–7, 7–5
Events
Singles   Doubles

Mahesh Bhupathi and Andrew Kratzmann were the defending champions but only Kratzmann competed that year with Chris Haggard.

Haggard and Kratzmann lost in the first round to Leoš Friedl and Dominik Hrbatý.

Petr Pála and David Rikl won in the final 6–3, 5–7, 7–5 against Jaime Oncins and Daniel Orsanic.

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  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6    
   South Africa R Koenig
 United States J Waite
2 4       1  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Rikl
6 77    
WC  Spain G Blanco
 Austria M Hipfl
4 62     WC  Austria S Koubek
 Romania A Pavel
1 63    
WC  Austria S Koubek
 Romania A Pavel
6 77         1  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Rikl
77 77    
4  South Africa D Adams
 South Africa G Stafford
610 1            South Africa M Barnard
 United States J Thomas
64 64    
   Japan T Shimada
 South Africa M Wakefield
712 6          Japan T Shimada
 South Africa M Wakefield
66 4  
LL  Argentina G Cañas
 Chile N Massú
3 2        South Africa M Barnard
 United States J Thomas
78 6    
   South Africa M Barnard
 United States J Thomas
6 6         1  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Rikl
6 5 7
Q  Belgium C Rochus
 Belgium O Rochus
1 2         2  Brazil J Oncins
 Argentina D Orsanic
3 7 5
   Spain T Carbonell
 Netherlands J Siemerink
6 6          Spain T Carbonell
 Netherlands J Siemerink
69 6 6  
   Czech Republic M Damm
 Czech Republic C Suk
2 3     3  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
711 1 4  
3  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 6            Spain T Carbonell
 Netherlands J Siemerink
2r  
   South Africa C Haggard
 Australia A Kratzmann
77 4 2       2  Brazil J Oncins
 Argentina D Orsanic
4      
   Czech Republic L Friedl
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
65 6 6        Czech Republic L Friedl
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
3 6 4
   South Africa N Godwin
 South Africa J Weir-Smith
3 4     2  Brazil J Oncins
 Argentina D Orsanic
6 2 6  
2  Brazil J Oncins
 Argentina D Orsanic
6 6    

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