2001 St. Petersburg Open – Doubles

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2001 St. Petersburg Open
Champions   Russia Denis Golovanov
Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Runners-up   Georgia (country) Irakli Labadze
Russia Marat Safin
Final score   7–5, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Daniel Nestor and Kevin Ullyett were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Denis Golovanov and Yevgeny Kafelnikov won in the final 7–5, 6–4 against Irakli Labadze and Marat Safin.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6    
   United States J Gimelstob
 United States J Stark
4 4       1  Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
       
WC  Russia D Golovanov
 Russia Y Kafelnikov
7 6     WC  Russia D Golovanov
 Russia Y Kafelnikov
w/o      
   Australia J Kerr
 United States J Waite
5 2         WC  Russia D Golovanov
 Russia Y Kafelnikov
6 77    
4  Japan T Shimada
 South Africa M Wakefield
6 6         4  Japan T Shimada
 South Africa M Wakefield
1 62    
   South Africa J-L de Jager
 South Africa R Koenig
2 2       4  Japan T Shimada
 South Africa M Wakefield
6 6  
WC  Russia A Stoliarov
 Russia M Youzhny
6 3 6   WC  Russia A Stoliarov
 Russia M Youzhny
3 2    
   United States D Bowen
 Australia T Crichton
1 6 3       WC  Russia D Golovanov
 Russia Y Kafelnikov
7 6  
   Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria J Knowle
6 6         WC  Georgia (country) I Labadze
 Russia M Safin
5 4  
WC  Russia M Elgin
 Russia A Merinov
2 3          Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria J Knowle
6 3 4  
   France M Llodra
 Russia A Olhovskiy
2 4     3  South Africa D Adams
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
1 6 6  
3  South Africa D Adams
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
6 6         3  South Africa D Adams
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
4 6 65
WC  Georgia (country) I Labadze
 Russia M Safin
77 6         WC  Georgia (country) I Labadze
 Russia M Safin
6 3 77  
   Czech Republic P Luxa
 Czech Republic R Štěpánek
65 4       WC  Georgia (country) I Labadze
 Russia M Safin
6 65 6
   Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
 Czech Republic D Vacek
7 4 2   2  Czech Republic M Damm
 Germany D Prinosil
2 77 3  
2  Czech Republic M Damm
 Germany D Prinosil
5 6 6  

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