2006 Heineken Open – Doubles

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2006 Heineken Open
Champions   Romania Andrei Pavel
Netherlands Rogier Wassen
Runners-up   Sweden Simon Aspelin
Australia Todd Perry
Final score   6–3, 5–7, [10–4]
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2006 Heineken Open

Yves Allegro and Michael Kohlmann were the defending champions, but Kohlmann did not participate this year. Allegro partnered Stanislas Wawrinka, losing in the quarterfinals.

Andrei Pavel and Rogier Wassen won in the final 6–3, 5–7, [10–4], against Simon Aspelin and Todd Perry.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia T Perry
7 67 [13]  
   Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic P Vízner
5 79 [11]     1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia T Perry
6 77    
   Switzerland Y Allegro
 Switzerland S Wawrinka
64 7 [10]      Switzerland Y Allegro
 Switzerland S Wawrinka
4 63    
WC  New Zealand D King-Turner
 New Zealand Mark Nielsen
77 5 [5]       1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia T Perry
6 6    
4  Argentina G Etlis
 Argentina M García
5 0            Belgium C Rochus
 Belgium O Rochus
3 2    
   Chile F González
 Chile N Massú
7 6          Chile F González
 Chile N Massú
     
   Belgium C Rochus
 Belgium O Rochus
4 6 [10]      Belgium C Rochus
 Belgium O Rochus
w/o      
   Australia J Kerr
 United States T Parrott
6 3 [4]       1  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia T Perry
3 7 [4]
   Spain D Ferrer
 Spain A Montañés
3 4            Romania A Pavel
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 5 [10]
   Romania A Pavel
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 6          Romania A Pavel
 Netherlands R Wassen
77 6    
   Italy D Bracciali
 United States R Ginepri
2 6 [3]   3  Argentina J Acasuso
 Argentina S Prieto
62 4    
3  Argentina J Acasuso
 Argentina S Prieto
6 3 [10]          Romania A Pavel
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 77  
   Sweden R Lindstedt
 Finland J Nieminen
6 7         Alt  Czech Republic R Vik
 Czech Republic T Zíb
2 62    
   Slovakia D Hrbatý
 Czech Republic J Levinský
2 5          Sweden R Lindstedt
 Finland J Nieminen
6 4 [10]
WC  New Zealand R Statham
 New Zealand Adam Thompson
1 2     Alt  Czech Republic R Vik
 Czech Republic T Zíb
4 6 [12]  
Alt  Czech Republic R Vik
 Czech Republic T Zíb
6 6    

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