2001 UBS Open – Doubles

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2001 UBS Open
Champions   Switzerland Roger Federer
Russia Marat Safin
Runners-up   Australia Michael Hill
United States Jeff Tarango
Final score   0–1 (Hill and Tarango retired)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Jiří Novák and David Rikl were the defending champions but lost in the quarterfinals to Tomás Carbonell and Nicolás Lapentti.

Roger Federer and Marat Safin won the final 0–1 after Michael Hill and Jeff Tarango were forced to retire.

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 J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
77 6    
WC  Argentina L Lobo
 Switzerland M Rosset
61 2       1  Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
3 4    
   France J Boutter
 Switzerland L Manta
5 6 2      Spain T Carbonell
 Ecuador N Lapentti
6 6    
   Spain T Carbonell
 Ecuador N Lapentti
7 4 6          Spain T Carbonell
 Ecuador N Lapentti
6 3 4  
3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
5 7 6       3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
3 6 6  
   Australia P Hanley
 South Africa J Weir-Smith
7 5 4     3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
6 6  
   Brazil J Oncins
 Argentina D Orsanic
3 7 4   WC  Switzerland I Heuberger
 France C Pioline
0 2    
WC  Switzerland I Heuberger
 France C Pioline
6 5 6       3  Australia M Hill
 United States J Tarango
1r  
WC  Argentina G Coria
 Spain J C Ferrero
65 4            Switzerland R Federer
 Russia M Safin
0    
   Czech Republic T Cibulec
 Czech Republic L Friedl
77 6          Czech Republic T Cibulec
 Czech Republic L Friedl
79 4 4  
   Switzerland R Federer
 Russia M Safin
6 6        Switzerland R Federer
 Russia M Safin
67 6 6  
4  Argentina P Albano
 Argentina L Arnold
3 4            Switzerland R Federer
 Russia M Safin
77 77  
WC  Switzerland G Bastl
 Switzerland M Kratochvil
1 77 1          South Africa M Barnard
 Czech Republic C Suk
63 65    
   South Africa M Barnard
 Czech Republic C Suk
6 63 6        South Africa M Barnard
 Czech Republic C Suk
6 6  
   South Africa C Haggard
 Belgium T Vanhoudt
77 1 2   2  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic P Vízner
2 3    
2  Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic P Vízner
63 6 6  

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