2001 Milan Indoor – Doubles

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2001 Milan Indoor
Champions   Netherlands Paul Haarhuis
Netherlands Sjeng Schalken
Runners-up   Sweden Johan Landsberg
Belgium Tom Vanhoudt
Final score   7–6(7–5), 7–6(7–4)
Events
Singles   Doubles

David Adams and John-Laffnie de Jager were the defending champions but only Adams competed that year with Marius Barnard.

Adams and Barnard lost in the first round to Julien Boutter and Fabrice Santoro.

Paul Haarhuis and Sjeng Schalken won in the final 7–6(7–5), 7–6(7–4) against Johan Landsberg and Tom Vanhoudt.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  India M Bhupathi
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
6 4 1  
   Germany M-K Goellner
 Russia A Olhovskiy
4 6 6        Germany M-K Goellner
 Russia A Olhovskiy
3 6 77  
   United States J-M Gambill
 Israel H Levy
3 6 6      United States J-M Gambill
 Israel H Levy
6 3 61  
WC  Germany N Kiefer
 Russia M Safin
6 4 1          Germany M-K Goellner
 Russia A Olhovskiy
3 65    
4  Sweden J Landsberg
 Belgium T Vanhoudt
78 7         4  Sweden J Landsberg
 Belgium T Vanhoudt
6 77    
WC  France N Escudé
 Switzerland M Rosset
66 5       4  Sweden J Landsberg
 Belgium T Vanhoudt
77 6  
   Czech Republic C Suk
 Czech Republic P Vízner
3 4        Czech Republic T Cibulec
 Czech Republic L Friedl
63 4    
   Czech Republic T Cibulec
 Czech Republic L Friedl
6 6         4  Sweden J Landsberg
 Belgium T Vanhoudt
65 64  
   Japan T Shimada
 United States J Waite
2 2            Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands S Schalken
77 77  
Q  Switzerland I Heuberger
 Germany R Schüttler
6 6       Q  Switzerland I Heuberger
 Germany R Schüttler
7 1 4  
WC  Italy A Gaudenzi
 Croatia G Ivanišević
65 7 63   3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
5 6 6  
3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
77 5 77       3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
6 0 2
   Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands S Schalken
6 6            Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands S Schalken
3 6 6  
   Italy C Brandi
 Croatia I Ljubičić
4 4          Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands S Schalken
6 3 6
   France J Boutter
 France F Santoro
w/o          France J Boutter
 France F Santoro
3 6 0  
2  South Africa D Adams
 South Africa M Barnard
       

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